GGG Gennady Golovkin Close to Finalizing Deal With DAZN

Gennady Golovkin is expected to reveal a new fight broadcast deal in the coming days. Mike Coppinger of Ring Magazine reports that Golovkin is set to sign with online streaming platform DAZN. Eddie Hearn and John Skipper meeting with Gennady Golovkin this morning in Los Angeles. Hearn feels he’ll be able to finalize terms with GGG to bring him exclusively to DAZN. Belief is it’s a two-fight offer worth eight figures per bout. The news comes after much speculation to whether Golovin would join DAZN, the Premier Boxing Champions platform (currently broadcasting on Fox & Showtime) or ESPN+ (home to Top Rank Boxing). Golovkin has yet to issue his own public comment on the decision.  

Canelo Alvarez Headed to DAZN in New $365M, Multi-Year Mega Deal

Canelo Alvarez took the next step in establishing boxing global supremacy. ESPN reports that Alvarez has signed with the online streaming service to broadcast his fights. Here is the deal breakdown per Dan Rafael. In a record-shattering deal finalized early Wednesday morning, Alvarez signed a five-year, 11-fight deal worth a minimum of $365 million with DAZN, which only launched in the United States in September. It will commence with his move up to super middleweight to challenge secondary world titlist Rocky Fielding on Dec. 15 at Madison Square Garden in New York, where they will meet face-to-face at the kickoff news conference on Wednesday afternoon. The signing comes on the heels of HBO’s announcement that it…