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((FREE))!!^%^ Canelo Alvarez vs Billy Joe Saunders Live Stream Reddit

May 8 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Canelo Alvarez is ready for yet another appearance inside the boxing ring. The unified super middleweight champion has already fought twice in the last five months — and hopes for two more fights after this — as he prepares to battle Billy Joe Saunders for the WBO title. The two will square off inside AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.


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What time does Canelo vs. Saunders start?
Date: Saturday, May 8
Time: 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT
Main event: 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. ET. Watch Here__

The Canelo Alvarez vs. Billy Joe Saunders main card launches at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday night, with the champions expected to make their ring walks at approximately 10:30 p.m. or 11 p.m. ET, depending on the length of the earlier fights.

How to watch Canelo vs. Saunders
The Canelo vs. Saunders fight will stream live globally on DAZN, to more than 200 countries and territories, including the U.S. and Canada.

Those interested in watching the fight can find DAZN on a number of different systems, including, but not limited to, Amazon Fire TV/stick, Android, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, iPhone and iPad, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Roku. The DAZN app is also available on LG, Samsung and Vizio smart TVs, as well as Xfinity X1 and Flex.

As their fight gets closer, Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez’s disdain for Billy Joe Saunders’ antics is seemingly growing by the day. The super middleweight world champions having to be pulled apart following a heated faceoff Wednesday is proof of that.

Well, that increasing animosity will come to a head Saturday night, when Alvarez clashes with Saunders in their super middleweight championship unification bout at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Tex. and live on DAZN. Canelo’s WBA (Super), WBC, and The Ring super middleweight titles, along with Saunders’ WBO 168-pound title, will be on the line.

Leading up to the fight, Canelo promises to make an example out of the brash Saunders, as to how trash talking him before a fight can go wrong once the bell rings.

“Ready to make a statement this Saturday,” Alvarez tweeted Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Saunders vows that Canelo has never fought a caliber of boxer quite like him and that he intends to prove that this weekend.

“You’ve never been in the ring with someone like me,” Saunders told the boxing superstar face-to-face Wednesday. “You’ve never seen anybody with this [pointing to his heart].”

Saturday night’s winner will look to book a fight with IBF champion Caleb Plant for a shot to secure world super middleweight undisputed glory.

Canelo vs. Saunders can be seen on DAZN worldwide (except in Mexico) in over 200 countries and territories. That includes the United States and United Kingdom. Mexico, the native country of Alvarez, is the only country where this fight is NOT on DAZN.

If you aren’t subscribed to DAZN, you can sign up here . If you are in Argentina, Chile and Colombia you must download from the Apple App Store or Android Google Play store. Current DAZN subscribers will have the Canelo vs. Saunders card included as part of their plan.

DAZN (except Mexico)
DAZN is the global live streamer of Canelo vs. Saunders, including the U.S. and UK. DAZN isn’t showing the fight in Alvarez’s native Mexico, however.

Viewers must be subscribers to DAZN to watch the Canelo vs. Saunders main card. You can sign up for a subscription here for as little as just £1.99 per month , depending on your location. Current subscribers will have the fight included with their subscription.

If you are in Argentina, Chile and Colombia you must download from the Apple App Store or Android Google Play store.

According to Bet MGM as of Monday (May 3), Canelo is listed as a -700 favorite, which means that you’d need to plop down $700 to net $100 with an Alvarez victory. Saunders, on the other hand, is a +400 underdog, which means a $100 bet would land $400 for you if the British fighter could pull off the upset.

Nationality : Mexican
Age: 30
Height: 5-9
Reach: 70 1/2 inches
Total fights: 58
Record: 55-1-2 with 37 KOs

Nationality: British
Age: 31
Height: 5-11
Reach: 71 inches
Total fights: 30
Record: 30-0 with 14 KOs

Canelo Alvarez vs. Billy Joe Saunders for Alvarez’s WBC and WBA Super Middleweight titles and Saunders’ WBO Super Middleweight title
Elwin Soto vs. Katsunari Takayama for Soto’s WBO Junior Flyweight title
Kieron Conway vs. Souleymane Cissokho; Junior Middleweights
Frank Sanchez vs. Nagy Aguilera; Heavyweights
Marc Castro vs. Irving Macias Castillo; Junior Lightweights
Keyshawn Davis vs. Jose Antonio Meza; Lightweights
Kelvin Davis vs. Jan Marsalek; Welterweights
Christian Alan Gomez Duran vs. TBA; Welterweights

Álvarez, 30, has developed his own fighting style, it is, and one should rarely use this term: complete. He continues to box aggressively, so hardly wait, he has a lot of power in his punches, especially in his hooks to the body. But he also swings his head and body, so that it is now the opponents who keep seeing their blows flying into the void. (Canelo’s biggest weakness: his legs are not the fastest.) Álvarez is now adapting his strategy from round to round, reacting to his opponents’ tactics and demonstrating that he, at the age of 15, had his first professional fight had denied, behaved as intelligently in the ring as very few.

Álvarez showed his most mature performance to date last December against British super middleweight Callum Smith. It was 18 centimeters larger, had 19 centimeters more range, and one of the most dangerous left hooks in professional boxing; he went into battle as world champion of the WBA. Álvarez, however, danced, marched, waggled his head and torso and was therefore as difficult to hit as Mayweather was once for him; at the same time, he was likely to hit every legal square inch of his opponent. So he hit his left arm again and again with full force and thus took the strength from Smith’s hook. Shortly before the end of the fight, Smith himself pointed at his arm, it was a bow to Canelo’s strategy: You showed me off.

Álvarez’s knockout rate has dropped from 71 percent to 43 percent since the Mayweather fight, but he has hardly been in serious trouble since then – despite consistently facing opponents from the front row of boxing. He boxed against Gennady Golowkin, the toughest middleweight puncher, in 2017 and 2018; the draw in the first fight was perhaps still flattering for Canelo, but in the rematch he proved his courage: he put Golowkin in the middle of the ring, did not let himself be driven into the ropes, but rather exchanged blows; and because he was already commuting a lot back then, in the end he just won, but not undeservedly. Immediately afterwards, he was now the best marketable boxer, he signed a contract with the streaming portal Dazn, which guaranteed him 365 million dollars for eleven fights for the rights in the USA alone. In autumn 2020, after a violent legal dispute with the streaming service and its promoter Golden Boy, he agreed to dissolve this contract; the fight against Saunders is the last in which Álvarez is tied to Dazn.

Since the duel against Smith, he has been working with the British promotion company Matchroom, so far only with combat-related contracts; but he has already indicated that he has nothing against further cooperation. “What fascinates me about him is that he always wants to box the strongest opponent,” says Frank Smith, CEO of Matchroom, “he doesn’t just want to win, he always thinks of his legacy, of his place in boxing history.” That’s why Álvarez boxed Mayweather, that’s why he boxed Golowkin twice, that’s why he’s boxing Billy Joe Saunders this Saturday.

The big goal: To be the first to own all super middleweight titles
The 31-year-old Briton is considered the toughest possible opponent for Álvarez in the super middleweight division. Unlike Callum Smith, he is only five centimeters taller, but technically and tactically he is almost complete. He also humiliates his opponents by smoothly dodging blows, and he himself also hits hard and variably. “Billy Joe is the strongest physically opponent Canelo has boxed so far, it really is an incredibly even fight,” says Frank Smith, who works with Saunders with Matchroom. “But if you look at Canelos power and his experience, then maybe he has slight advantages.”

Saunders knows that he is the outsider, in fights on the so-called Cinco-de-Mayo weekend people should, according to the planned dramaturgy, celebrate a Mexican. At the first meeting in Dallas on Wednesday, the Briton showed how he wants to prevent that: He provoked Álvarez with trash talk, and that is probably his greatest chance: that Álvarez will get angry, too brave, too aggressive. But Canelo reacted (still) cool to the provocations, he wrote on Instagram: “Menos palabras, más acción”. Less talk, more action. He doesn’t think of a defeat anyway, he prefers to talk about the plan to box the American Caleb Plant in the fall in order to be the first to own all the super middleweight titles.

It is not megalomania that Álvarez thinks that way. It’s the healthy self-esteem of those who know that the nickname they got as a teased boy on the street is no longer an insult. They called him Canelo then.


May 8
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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