BT Sport has provided a knockout summer of boxing action and now coming your way is another potential classic as Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez and Gennady 'GGG' Golovkin meet again in Las Vegas.
The blockbuster bout on Saturday September 15th will launch our brand new pay-per-view channel, BT Sport Box Office HD, with Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury and Josh Warrington vs Carl Frampton to come later this year.
Golovkin retained his WBC, WBA and IBF world titles in frustrating circumstances in their first bout when the contest ended in a tie.
With the other judges scoring it a close victory for the Kazakh and a draw, the final scorecard called the fight a controversial one-sided victory to Canelo, much to the shock of the boxing world.
An intriguing rematch became inevitable and now the true undisputed middleweight king will be crowned at the T-Mobile Arena.
How to watch Canelo vs GGG 2 on BT Sport Box Office HD
Canelo vs GGG 2 costs just £16.95 and can be ordered right now at bt.com/sportboxoffice. Live coverage begins at 11.30pm on Saturday, September 15th.
• Existing BT Sport and BT TV customers can pay using their remote control and then tune in on channel 494.
• Sky customers without a BT Sport subscription can register and pay online at bt.com/sportboxoffice and will then be able to use their remote to subscribe to subsequent events. BT Sport Box Office HD is available on channel 494.
• Virgin TV TiVo and V6 customers, using their remote, need to go to: Home > On Demand > Live Events and then press the red button to purchase the event and can pre-order from Monday, September 10th.
Which fights are scheduled on the Canelo vs GGG 2 card?
There are three mouth-watering bouts to look forward to before Canelo and GGG enter the ring.
First up, from about 1am on Sunday, September 16th, pound-for-pound king and former four-division world champion Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez will make his highly anticipated return against experienced Mexican warrior Moises "Moi" Fuentes in a ten-round super flyweight battle
Then Irish warrior Gary "Spike" O'Sullivan will challenge Canada's David Lemieux for his IBF world middleweight title.
Topping the undercard is rising Mexican star Jaime Munguia, who saw off Britain's Liam Smith on BT Sport in July to extend his perfect record to 30-0 (25 KOs).
The 21-year-old will make the second defence of his WBO junior middleweight world title against rugged Canadian contender Brandon "Bad Boy" Cook in a 12-round battle.
The stage will then be set for the main event.
Golovkin, 36, with a 38-0-1 record featuring 34 knockouts, has accumulated 20 defences in the middleweight division, tied for the record with Bernard Hopkins.
Meanwhile, Canelo, bringing a 49-1-2 record with 34 KOs, hasn’t been defeated in the ring since a majority decision loss to Floyd Mayweather back in 2013.
Punditry for all four fights will be provided by BT Sport's David Haye, Richie Woodhall and Steve Bunce.
An incredible Las Vegas night is in store, so order now and then catch up with all the latest build-up, including exclusive interviews, highlights of Canelo v GGG 1 and much more.