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Canelo vs. Golovkin III fight to hit big screen, will America follow in Mexico's footsteps?

Saúl "Canelo" Álvarez is preparing intensively for his next fight and will have a double commitment, as he will also reach the movie screens, since his fight against Gennady Golovkin will be broadcasted several movie theaters in Mexico.

On September 17, Canelo fight Gennady Golovkin at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, where they will face each other for the third time in their careers in what will be the definitive fight to see which of the two is better.

Will the United States follow Mexico's footsteps?

Fans in Mexico will have the opportunity to see the long-awaited duel on the big screen, as a leading company in Mexico will make it possible.

"We have great news! El Canelo Alvarez will face Gennady Golovkin for the third time in an epic fight that you will be able to experience on the big screen," announced Cinemex through its social networks.

It will be broadcasted in several cities of the country

The fight, they mention, will be broadcast in theaters exclusively by the aforementioned chain and the pre-sale of tickets has already begun, although at the beginning only some theaters in the capital of the country appear, not in all cities.

About seven dollars per admission

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The cost of each ticket is less than 7 dollars in some theaters, where they charge more, but in others pugilism fans will have to pay around 3 or 4 dollars to have the right to a place and watch the awaited fight. In Platinum theaters the cost can reach 8 or 9 dollars.

Some sporting events have already been broadcast in movie theaters in Mexico, including other boxing fights, Champions League soccer matches and NFL games.

Canelo and GGG to close their trilogy

After the draw they had in 2017 and the win for Canelo in 2018, both controversial results for many fans, on September 17 they will face each other again to close the trilogy, to which the Mexican comes as favorite and even to knock out, and thus close their greatest boxing rivalry.

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