Not long to go now to GGG vs Jacobs. Buzz is building in the boxing community all week as everyone gets ready to see who is the number one middleweight in the world come Saturday.

In many ways the fight is a genuine throwback. A battle between two champions who entertain in the ring with their fists, not outside of it with their mouths.

Here is the full video footage of their final pre-fight press conference this week where all the talking was wrapped up.

If you like watching good fights, then Saturday night should be quite the treat for you. Ahead of GGG vs Jacobs lets take a look at the particulars.

Fight Date:

Saturday, March 18th, 2017.

Fight Location and Venue:

Madison Square Garden, New York, USA.

Fight Time:

For those in the UK and Ireland the fight coverage on BoxNation will begin at 2am on Sunday morning. For those in the US fight coverage on HBO PPV will commence at 9pm ET Saturday night – 6pm PT.

TV Info:

US – HBO

UK and Ireland – BoxNation

Live Stream Info:

For subscribers of BoxNation you can pick up the fight online via their relevant online platform. However also for the first time in history the Ring Magazine’s website Ring TV will also be offering the pay per view live on their website and available for purchase their too if you don’t have HBO in the US.

GGG vs Jacobs PPV Price:

Speaking of purchase, what’s the GGG vs Jacobs PPV price this weekend you might ask? If you are buying iy via Ring TV or HBO PPV the fight will cost you $64.99 this weekend.

Prediction:

I’ve been holding out on this for a while now, and we’ll also have our own Peter Wells’ prediction on here later this week. But I’m going to take the plunge early on into fight week on my prediction.

Let me firstly say it’s a way more competitive fight than most people probably realize. But I just think Golovkin will be looking to rebound off a sluggish performance (even though he won by TKO) last time out against Kell Brook.

A fight where he got tagged a bit too much for his liking early on and a bout in the beginning where Brook actually pushed him back for one of the first times in his career.

I think he’ll be back to his devastating best come Saturday and use more of boxing skills against the much bigger Jacobs.

For that reason I’m going by GGG mid to late round stoppage.