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

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Date: Saturday, May 8
Time: 8 p.m. ET/1 a.m. BST
Main event: 11 p.m. ET/4 a.m. BST

The Canelo vs. Saunders main card launches at 8 p.m. ET/1 a.m. BST, with the headliners expected to make their ring walks at approximately 11 p.m. ET/4 a.m. BST for their highly-anticipated super middleweight championship unification bout.


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.

The prefight antics between Canelo Alvarez and Billy Joe Saunders have given their upcoming title clash a bit of normalcy for a boxing fight week, compared to recent events.

Saunders threatened a boycott of Saturday’s super middleweight unification bout at AT&T Stadium over the size of the ring they will fight in. His camp chided Alvarez early and often, whether it was in the hotel lobby or at Tuesday’s faceoff, when Saunders stepped toward Alvarez while wearing a blue Versace robe with gold trim.

But those shenanigans pale in comparison to the circus surrounding the current era of YouTuber boxing. Recently, the sport’s most visible cards have been headlined by the likes of Jake and Logan Paul, the brothers who have leveraged their social media followings into pay-per-view boxing spectacles.

That’s what makes this weekend’s Alvarez-Saunders fight so important. Those mocking the sport for letting its ineptitude create a path for social influencers to run amok and overshadow the rest of the boxing world have valid points.

Alvarez (55-1-2, 37 KOs) is arguably boxing’s greatest draw. For years, the Mexico-born fighter has been one of the sport’s top superstars. On Saturday, he is fighting for the third time in the past six months. And yet, even he’s being overshadowed. The sport’s headlines have been dominated by the Paul brothers; Jake Paul is coming off a knockout win over retired MMA fighter Ben Askren, an event that included the likes of Justin Bieber and SNL cast member Pete Davidson.

It’s a trend that Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn helped accelerate when he promoted a bout between Logan Paul and fellow YouTuber KSI in 2019.

“When I was doing the press conferences, part of me was dying a little bit inside,” Hearn said.

But the numbers, he said, showed why it was worth the headache. And it was an opportunity to introduce younger fans to the sport.

Saunders (30-0, 14 KOs), who holds the WBO belt, was on the undercard of Logan Paul-KSI. So was Devin Haney, the current WBC lightweight champion.

Fights between YouTubers and non-boxers have sparked similar events between retired boxers, or hybrids of the two ideas, including an upcoming exhibition pitting Logan Paul against the retired Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Canelo, whose only professional loss came to Mayweather in 2013, couldn’t escape his old rival’s shadow this weekend. Paul and Mayweather held their first news conference on Thursday, the same day Alvarez and Saunders met with reporters for the final time this week.

Alvarez told ESPN he wasn’t upset with Mayweather for participating in that type of event.

“He’s already made his story,” Alvarez told ESPN through an interpreter. “He’s already made history. Now he just wants to make money, and it’s his right to do so.”

Now comes the moment when boxing has to cash in on any new eyes on the sport who are interested in seeing what else boxing has to offer. With Alvarez, ESPN’s No. 2 pound-for-pound fighter, fighting in front of a potential crowd of 70,000 people, it’s a chance to show what boxing is supposed to be at the highest level.

The Mexican champion’s fight against Saunders is a chance to cleanse the palates for fans and those in the boxing industry and prove there’s profitability beyond celebrity exhibitions.

“I know we’ve got the reality stars and all this kind of stuff,” Hearn said. “We have to show people that boxing is a powerful sport. And you only do that with fights like this and events like this and a crowd like this and an atmosphere like this.”

Hearn believes Alvarez, who officially doesn’t have a promoter, is the only one who can create the kind of noise required to disrupt the current fad.

“Without these kinds of events, boxing is f—ed,” Hearn told ESPN. “So that’s why this is so important. And to do it as a record-breaking event, to do it as that kind of statement is what’s so great, where we can say, ‘Boxing did that.’”

Teddy’s take
Saunders is tailor-made for Alvarez. Saunders isn’t great at any particular area. He needs a strong ability in at least one area to test Alvarez, and I don’t think Saunders has a “great” ability. He’s solid in many areas — he’s well-rounded, and technically, he is pretty responsible, pretty good. But he doesn’t stand out in one area like quickness or speed, power. You need to check one of those boxes if you want to beat Alvarez at this point.

Saunders is not that fast with his feet, he’s not utterly elusive. He’s there. And being that one of Alvarez’s fortes is going to the body, that will serve him well against Saunders. Alvarez is going to navigate Saunders into a position where he can go to his body and have success there, maybe even hurt him to the body. — Teddy Atlas

Pressure’s on for Saunders
After fight week controversies surrounding everything from the three judges who will score the fight to the size of the ring, Saunders faces a tall task on Saturday against Alvarez. With the odds seemingly stacked against him, read Nick Parkinson’s story about how Saunders is feeling in the lead-up to the bout.

By the numbers
47.3: Percentage of power punches landed by Canelo, according to CompuBox — second most among all active fighters (just .2% behind No. 1 Miguel Berchelt). Canelo also lands 37.4% of his total punches (also second to Berchelt).

4.6: Power punches landed per round by Saunders, third lowest among all tracked active fighters by CompuBox.

54.2: Percentage of Saunders’ landed punches that are jabs, highest among all active fighters, according to CompuBox.

6-0: Canelo’s record against British boxers. Four of those fights ended in knockouts, with only the first (against Matthew Hatton in March 2011) and most recent (against Callum Smith in December 2020) going to the scorecards

Boxing’s Cinco de Mayo weekend tradition
While there has been pushback against the way Cinco de Mayo has been celebrated as a holiday in recent years, the weekend has become a cornerstone of the boxing calendar — especially in the past 20 years, dating back to Julio Cesar Chavez vs. Terrence Ali in 1993. Two of the top three grossing boxing pay-per-views in history — Floyd Mayweather vs. Oscar De La Hoya (2007, 2.4 million buys, third all-time) and Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao (2015, 4.6 million buys, first all-time) took place during this weekend.

Canelo has fought on this weekend six times, winning all six bouts.

Full card

AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas

Title fight: Canelo Alvarez vs. Billy Joe Saunders, 12 rounds, for Alvarez’s WBC and WBA super middleweight titles and Saunders’ WBO super middleweight title

Title fight: Elwin Soto (18-1, 12 KOs) vs. Katsunari Takayama (32-8, 12 KOs), 12 rounds, for Soto’s WBO junior flyweight title

Kieron Conway (16-1-1, 3 KOs) vs. Souleymane Cissokho (12-0, 8 KOs), 10 rounds, junior middleweights

Frank Sanchez (17-0, 13 KOs) vs. Nagy Aguilera (21-10, 14 KOs), 10 rounds, heavyweights

Christian Alan Gomez Duran (19-2-1, 17 KOs) vs. Xavier Wilson (11-2-1, 1 KO), 8 rounds, welterweights

Keyshawn Davis (2-0, 2 KOs) vs. Jose Antonio Meza (6-4, 1 KO), 6 rounds, lightweights

Marc Castro (2-0, 2 KOs) vs. Irving Macias Castillo (9-1, 6 KOs), 6 rounds, featherweights

Kelvin Davis (1-0, 1 KO) vs. Jan Marsalek (8-2, 7 KOs), 4 rounds, junior welterweights

Canelo Alvarez vs. Billy Joe Saunders fight purse, prize money
According to, Canelo and Saunders are guaranteed $15 million and $2.5 million in guaranteed payouts, respectively. Canelo will reportedly claim 60 percent of the pay-per-view share to Saunders’ 40. The fighters’ total estimated payouts are between $35 million for Canelo and $5 million for Saunders.

What is Canelo Alvarez’s net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Canelo is worth $140 million after having made a reported $37 million in earnings for the 2020 calendar year (per Forbes).

What is Billy Joe Saunders’ net worth?
Saunders’ net worth varies depending on what outlet you’re using — none of them verifiable — but ranges from $2 million (per and $2.5 million per That means he will more than double his reported net worth after Saturday’s fight.

Canelo Alvarez career record
Nationality: Mexican
Born: July 18, 1990 (30 years old)
Height: 5-9
Reach: 70.5 inches
Record: 55-1-2 (37 KOs)

Billy Joe Saunders record and bio
Nationality: English
Born: August 30, 1989
Height: 5-11
Reach: 71 inches
Total fights: 30
Record: 30-0 (14 KOs)The Canelo Alvarez vs Billy Joe Saunders stream in India will take place on DAZN, a live sports streaming app. It is a subscription service, and fans will get to watch the bout globally. The subscription cost reportedly varies with the country. There is no Canelo Alvarez vs Billy Joe Saunders channel in India.


Billy Joe Saunders and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez will be facing each other for a much-awaited super middleweight clash in Texas. Canelo, the current super middleweight champion, will take on Saunders, who is on a six-fight winning streak. His last loss was in 2013, where he fell to Floyd Mayweather by decision.

Since then, his fight vs Gennadiy Golovkin in 2016 was a draw. Saunders will be ready with an unbeaten record behind him. He played last December, winning against Martin Murray in a unanimous decision. Here is more on how to watch Canelo Alvarez vs Billy Joe Saunders live, the Canelo Alvarez vs Billy Joe Saunders schedule and the Canelo Alvarez vs Billy Joe Saunders fight purse.In the USA as well, one will have to stream via DAZN to watch the fight live. To subscribe, one will apparently have to pay $19.99 per month, or $99.99 for the year. Countries like Canada, however, offer a free trial as well. Canelo Alvarez vs Billy Joe Saunders – 12 rounds – Alvarez WBC and WBA super-middleweight titles and Saunders WBO super middleweight title.Canelo Alvarez and Billy Joe Saunders are locked in for tonight’s main event on DAZN, but before the main card starts at 8 pm ET, there will be four free streaming prelim fights kicking off at 5:25 pm ET.Featured on the prelims will be top American prospects Marc Castro and Keyshawn Davis, both in their third professional fights. The 21-year-old Castro and 22-year-old Davis are legitimate blue chip sorts, so it’s a chance to see the early stages of fighters who expect to be world title headliners themselves in the coming years.

Castro will face Irving Castillo, while Davis will take on Jose Antonio Meza. Both fights are set for six rounds.The stream will also feature Mexican welterweight Christian Alan Gomez Duran in an eight-round bout against Xavier Wilson, plus Keyshawn’s older brother Kelvin Davis in a four-rounder against Jan Marsalek.Weigh-ins are always a coin flip for a fight of this level; if they feel like they need some extra heat to sell the fight, they might have a push-and-shove. Canelo isn’t usually one for that sort of thing, but we did see it for his fight against Daniel Jacobs in 2019, and it worked, believe it or not. That got a lot of last-minute attention on the fight.Also weighing in will be WBO junior flyweight titleholder Elwin Soto and challenger Katsunari Takayama; junior middleweights Kieron Conway and Souleymane Cissokho; and heavyweights Frank Sanchez and Nagy Aguilera, rounding out the main card starting on DAZN at 8 pm ET on May 8.We should also see prospects Keyshawn Davis, Marc Castro, and Kelvin Davis on the scales, all of whom will fight on the free prelims that will air on various DAZN social medias, and I expect we’ll have a stream, but they haven’t mentioned a start time for that yet. I assume they will at some point during this event, but we’ll know by tomorrow either.

St Johnstone, Hibernian and Dundee United already have their names in the hat for next month’s Hampden showdowns, while Kilmarnock and St Mirren will face off tonight.

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The draw takes place tonight (April 26) following the match between Kilmarnock and St Mirren.

The time of the draw will depend on whether the match goes to extra time or penalties.The Scottish Cup semi-final clashes are set to take place on the weekend of May 8 and 9 at Hampden.

The final is set for Saturday May 22 at the national stadium.On Saturday, Dundee United and Hibernian go head-to-head in a re-run of the match which enabled Hibernian to go on and win the Scottish Cup in 2016. After defeating Dundee United on a penalty shoot-out Hibernian went on to defeat Rangers famously in the final.

Dundee United on the other hands are looking to rid the demons of their loss in the 2014 final, and repeat their glory of 2010.

Sitting third in the Premiership, Hibernian go into the match as favourites but will be looking to bounce back from two consecutive semi-final losses at Hampden Park since October.You only have to go back to last year to see the last time Hibernian played Dundee United in the Scottish Cup, where a second-half Christian Doidge hat-trick saw Hibernian progress. Following a 2-2 draw at Tannadice the match was taken into a replay. The victory saw Hibs go one ahead in the overall meetings between the two clubs from previous Scottish Cup encounters, winning five of the 16 overall ties, with seven draws.Jack Ross emphasised the importance of lifting the Scottish Cup and said: “The Scottish Cup still retains its romance for me. I grew up dreaming of lifting that cup as a player. I didn’t do it as a player so I’d love to do it as a manager.

“I’ve never touched it. I’d love to get the opportunity in a couple of weeks’ time to see if I could do it one-handed. We have a couple of games to go yet but we’ll see.”“It feels like we’ve been saying this for a long time but this is the biggest week and the biggest games of the season.

“It tallies with where we want to be, mentality wise as well, that it’s been a pretty consistent and repetitive message as the season has developed.

“Those memories you create, you look back on and when you get together with people and look back at old matches and talk about them they get better.

“Everybody at the club is aware this can be a memorable season. I don’t think it increases the pressure on us because we have put pressure on ourselves all season to achieve. Now it’s a case of finishing the job.”“It is as clear as anything that this is a huge period for us in terms of turning a very good season into a one that is historic and memorable.

“In reference to 2016, I know from the players who’re still at the club how much that day meant to them and I think it is brilliant the competition itself is still viewed in that way in Scotland.”

Dundee United manager, Micky Mellon, is also daring to dream, with just two games away from lifting the trophy and said: “It is a great opportunity for everybody, there is no doubt about that.”All four managers will be thinking, ‘this could be my time’. When the Old Firm are not involved in it your chances increase, but you have still got to get the job done.”You have got to play the game as it comes to you, stay in the moment, in the now and if you get your performance right in all those moments, then you will get the prize.

“But if you start thinking about the prize too early and you haven’t jumped all of those hurdles yet, you can make it very difficult for yourself.”

“It is difficult to measure because the play-offs are life changing, the games are do or die,” he explained. “That is 46 games, a semi-final, two legs and a one-off at Wembley – all in, your whole season all in.

“One goes to the level above and a different life and one remains where they are so that is a different type of game and I have been involved in a lot of them.


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