The GGG vs Canelo Undercard will be available to finish in the next fortnight. Confirmed from the ESPN, the channel will also provide the PPV of the undercard. Currently, the officials are still working with the contract between the two parties. The finalization of the GGG vs Canelo Undercard coverage will be around ten days counted from the ESPN announcement. The Golden Boy promotion president Eric Gomez stated that ten days was max. That means it can be shorter than the days promised by the promoter.
By far, the details of the undercard that we can confirm through the officials of the boxing are:
- Junior middleweight title defense which involves Jaime Munguia
- The return of Roman “ Chocolatito” Gonzalez who will try to gain recognition again after losing two strikes
- Middleweight matchup which involves David Lemieux vs. Gary “Spike” O’Sullivan
It has been two months since the last appearance of Munguia. At the upcoming event, he will make his return under the Junior middleweight title defense. He was winning over Sadam Ali under the WBO Junior Middleweight back then on May 12.
In the second undercard, we can see Gonzales who has back-to-back losses to Srisaket Sor Rungvisai. That includes the blowing KO last September. He will make an appearance again to reclaim what’s lost from him.
In the other side, Lemieux has moved his weight to 168 to work for a matchup with O’Sullivan. Of course, it is an effort should be taken so that the matchup will happen. But many people speculate that it is going to be an even 160 match instead. If you are following Lemieux, you’ll agree that the bout will stay at 160 because Lemieux has the history of avoiding weight gain for the professional fight.
But we can rest assured that the involvement of Spike O’Sullivan and Jaime Munguia has concluded the speculations amongst the big fans so far. Oscar De La Hoya promotes this bout. And with such the grudges accumulated for years, it is going to be an exciting fight to watch.
Munguia will defend his second world title on the GGG vs Canelo Undercard. Golovkin and Alvarez went back with the pretty controversial result last year. That alone is enough reason for the promoters to hold the rematch event for both fighters. They supposed to meet on May 5 back then. However, as we know, the event did not happen because Alvarez did not pass the drug test held by the officials. With his contaminated body, the officials wouldn’t allow him to appear on a professional match. He also got a six-month suspension. Back then, people speculated that the event would vanish. But it is no longer a problem anymore. You can finally watch your favorite fighters on your screen.
If you can’t make it to the venue, you can still watch the Canelo vs GGG 2 undercard live stream on your screen. HBO is the leading broadcaster of the upcoming event. For the US viewers, it is a great option. The company holds the broadcast rights in the US. Consider asking your TV customer support to purchase the HBO PPV. The HBO is a geo-restriction service. If you are outside the US, you might not be able to watch the upcoming Canelo vs GGG 2 undercard live stream. However, you can use the media streaming services that give you the access to the channels. Meanwhile, you could use the VPN service to unblock the geo-restriction of the service.
There are tons of VPN services out there that you can find on the internet. Consider choosing one which has the features that you need to unblock the Canelo vs GGG 2 undercard live stream services.
Besides the HBO network, BoxNation will be a common choice for you. However, it is only available for UK viewers. Just like HBO service, it is geo-restricted service which only provides the service to the UK viewers. It won’t be a problem if you are the BT Sports customer or subscriber since you will be able to watch the match live online for free. The solution is the same as the HBO. If you want to unblock the restriction, you could use your favorite VPN to switch your current IP to the IP which is accepted by the service.