Gennadiy Golovkin puts his title on the line against Murata in Saturday unification

After 16 months out of the ring, GENNADIY "GGG" GOLOVKIN puts his IBF and IBO middleweight titles on the line against WBA champion RYOTA MURATA live on DAZN from Saitama Super Arena, Japan. GGG looks to continue his middleweight resurgence this weekend in a long-awaited bout against WBA middleweight champion Ryota Murata. The two-time middleweight world champion captured both belts against Sergiy Derevyanchenko back in 2019, defending the straps against Kamil Szeremeta back in 2020. The Japanese star will be looking to register a third straight knockout win, having picked up the WBA middleweight title against American Rob Brant and defending the title against Steven Butler in 2019 to set up this bout with a pound-for-pound legend.


MAIN CARD: 5:10 a.m. ET / 10:10 a.m. BST


FIGHT NIGHT – SATURDAY, APRIL 09: The main card will begin at 5:10 a.m. ET / 10:10 a.m. BST. Watch the fight exclusively on DAZN worldwide. Visit to sign-up and download the app on any internet-connected device, smart TV, streaming stick, or games console.

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GGG EXCLUSIVE: Legendary fighter Gennadiy Golovkin talks to DAZN ahead of his huge middleweight unification clash in Japan this week, where he’ll take on home favourite Ryota Murata in Saitama. The IBF and IBO middleweight champion explains he’s lost none of his power as he looks to stay on course for a trilogy fight with Canelo Alvarez. Watch the interview live on DAZN now.

IN THE RING – GGG VS. MURATA: Live on DAZN, our boxing experts break down how the massive middleweight unification clash between Gennadiy Golovkin and Ryota Murata will be won and lost.

GGG – BY THE NUMBERS: DAZN delves into the numbers behind GGG’s remarkable career to date, taking a closer look at the stats that saw the knockout artist become a two-time world champion and one of the greatest boxers of all time.

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