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Canelo Alvarez vs Jermell Charlo: Time and where to watch the fight live on TV or streaming

The Mexican will defend his super middleweight crown in Las Vegas against Charlo, who wants to become undisputed champion in two weight divisions.

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The Mexican will defend his super middleweight crown in Las Vegas against Charlo, who wants to become undisputed champion in two weight divisions.

With only some hours left for one of the best fights of the year, fans are already making their predictions and getting ready for a great night of boxing. Saúl Álvarez and Jermell Charlo will step into the ring with only one objective, getting their hand raised in a battle of weight categories.

Follow live the action between Canelo Álvarez & Jermell Charlo

Charlo has gone up from 154 to 168 lbs to be able to challenge the Guadalajara native, while Canelo will have the pressure of having to keep all of his four belts in his natural division.

Álvarez is a heavy favorite going into the fight, as he’s the bigger, stronger man, while Jermell will try to surprise Eddy Reynoso’s fighter with a game plan that allows him to outbox his opponent, especially after Dmitry Bivol’s points win over Canelo in May 2022.

When and where is the Canelo Álvarez vs Jermell Charlo fight?

The fight between Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz will be held on Saturday, September 30 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

What time does the Canelo Álvarez vs Jermell Charlo card start?

The Canelo Álvarez-Jermell Charlo boxing card is expected to start at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT,

How can I watch the Canelo Álvarez vs Jermell Charlo fight?

The following channels will be broadcasting the bout live in the US: Showtime PPV.

Canelo Álvarez vs Jermell Charlo fight card

Main card (PPV)

  • Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo, 12 rounds, super middleweight – Canelo’s undisputed super middleweight title
  • Jesus Alejandro Ramos vs. Erickson Lubin, 12 rounds, super welterweight
  • Yordenis Ugas vs. Mario Barrios, 12 rounds, welterweight – interim WBC welterweight title
  • Elijah Garcia vs. Jose Armando Resendiz, 10 rounds, middleweight