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How to watch Gennadiy Golovkin vs. Kamil Szeremeta fight on December 18th

Golovkin returns to the ring to fight Szeremeta. We break down how to watch, odds, the full card, and more.

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Gennady Golovkin is awarded victory in his IBF middleweight title bout against Sergiy Derevyanchenko at Madison Square Garden on October 05, 2019 in New York City. Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images

This weekend the top two middleweights will be in action. The top man, Canelo Alvarez fights on Saturday in a super middleweight bout on Saturday, while the No. 2 man, Gennady Golovkin faces off against a mandatory middleweight challenger when he puts his IBF and IBO titles on the line Friday evening.

GGG is facing Kamil Szeremeta with the main card getting underway at an early 5 p.m. ET slot. We can expect the main event ring walks some time around 8 p.m. The fight will air via live stream on DAZN.

How to watch Gennady Golovkin vs. Kamil Szeremeta

GGG will challenge Szeremeta in the ring at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida. This title fight will live stream exclusively on DAZN, where you can sign up for a monthly or annual subscription. A monthly subscription is $19.99, while an annual subscription is $99.99. With a DAZN login, you can watch the fight on your computer, smart TV, Apple TV, Fire Stick, Xbox and PS4. You can also use your Android or Apple cell phone stream the Golovkin vs. Szeremeta fight using the DAZN app.

Ring walks for Golovkin vs. Szeremeta are expected at around 8 p.m. ET.

Fighter history

Golovkin enters the fight with a 40-1-1 record and 35 KOs in his professional career. He opened his career 37-0 before running into Canelo Alvarez. The two battled to a draw in September 2017 and then Alvarez won a majority decision in September 2018 to claim the WBC, WBA, IBO, and The Ring Magazine middleweight titles. Golovkin has since won two straight, defeating Steve Rolls via KO and winning the IBF and IBO titles in a unanimous decision victory over Sergiy Derevyanchenko.

Szeremeta enters the fight with a 21-0 record and 5 KOs in his professional career. Prior to October 2019, he had fought 18 of his 20 career fights in his native Poland, along with a fight each in Italy and France. In October 2019 he made his American debut, defeating Oscar Cortes via second round TKO at Madison Square Garden on the undercard of GGG’s win over Derevyanchenko.



Gennadiy Golovkin: -3335
Kamil Szeremeta: +900

Moneyline (3-way)

Gennadiy Golovkin: -2500
Kamil Szeremeta: +1000
Tie: +2200

Full card

Gennadiy Golovkin vs. Kamil Szeremeta, 12 rounds, for IBF middleweight title
Ali Akhmedov vs. Carlos Gongora, 12 rounds, super middleweight
Hyun Mi Choi vs. Calista Silgado, 10 rounds, for WBA World Female Super Featherweight title
John Ryder vs. Mike Guy, 10 rounds, super middleweight
Jalan Walker vs. Rafael Reyes, 6 rounds, featherweight
Reshat Mati vs. TBA, 6 rounds, welterweight