There is another option to watch Canelo vs GGG 2 on Saturday, September 15th besides purchasing it through Pay Per View or going to see it live in person. Fathom Events teamed up with Golden Boy Promotions and GGG Promotions to show the big fight live from 450 different movie theaters across the United States. This is a growing trend in boxing as many promoters and managers are looking for additional ways to reach more audiences while boxing is slowly declining in popularity. Canelo and Golovkin have vowed not to leave this fight in the judges’ hands so this is surely a fight that boxing fans do not want to miss out on. Canelo vs. Golovkin 2 rematch will take place at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT. at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
This move will certainly give boxing fans a different feel to the event and if you are watching the fight by yourself it would be a more cost effective way to watch it. Tickets are only $20 compared to the $80 you have to pay for PPV. If you have less than 4 people watching the fight with you, going to a movie theater would be a fun option if you are trying to save some money. You can purchase the tickets at Fathom Events or you can go to your local movie theater to purchase tickets ahead of time. You can also use the same site to find the closest theater that is showing the fight. If you live in a major city then finding a theater that is showing the fight should not be a problem at all. don’t miss to watch Canelo vs GGG 2 live stream online or cable TV services .
Ray Nutt, Fathom Events CEO, had this to say “Canelo vs. Golovkin: Supremacy left the fight world clamoring for this epic rematch. We are proud to once again team up with some of the very best in the boxing business to bring this fight to cinemas nationwide. Fight fans are in for a real treat when these warriors head back into the squared circle and we’re excited to be bringing it to their local cinemas.” Great to hear as boxing will need to continue to nurture this relationship if they want to continue growing this part of their business.
Reddit user, caliwolf, had this to say about watching boxing on the silver screen, “It’s a fantastic experience. In my opinion, it’s really the best way to watch boxing. Because it’s a huge screen, because no one is blocking your view, because the sound is loud enough, because everyone is watching attentively, because you don’t have to deal with drunks who don’t know about boxing, you see and hear everything.” That is a ringing endorsement for going to your local theater to watch Canelo vs GGG 2. Where will you be watching the big fight from? Let us know!