Canelo Álvarez vs Jermell Charlo: times, date, and how to watch online and TV?
The American will go up two weight classes to face Canelo in a battle for all the marbles at super middleweight.
The countdown for one of the biggest fights of the year has started. Canelo Álvarez and Jermell Charlo will collide in a bout that promises to offer fans all the action and excitement they are looking for.
For Jermell, it will be the opportunity of a lifetime to become an undisputed champion in two weight divisions and defeat a boxing icon, while for Álvarez it will be a fight where he will be looking to prove he’s still one of the very best in the world.
When is the Canelo Álvarez vs Jermell Charlo fight?
The fight between Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz will be held on Saturday, September 30.
Where is the Canelo Álvarez vs Jermell Charlo fight?
The event will take place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
What time does the Canelo Álvarez vs Jermell Charlo card start?
The Canelo Álvarez vs 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
Canelo Álvarez vs Jermell Charlo: prediction
This will be an intriguing fight. Jermell Charlo has been working hard to transform his body and be ready against a fighter like Canelo. He’s full of confidence and he has been looking in great shape at 168 lbs ahead of the clash. He will have the chance of making history on September 30 and he has nothing to lose, as he’s fighting out of his category.
However, Mell has never fought a fighter like Canelo so far in his career and he’s fighting out of his comfort zone, going up to super middleweight, where the Guadalajara native is the undisputed king. Can Jermell trouble Canelo? If he tries to throw combinations, keep his distance, use his jab and move to try to outpoint his opponent, he will enjoy his chances, but will his aggressive style allow him to do that? Will he have the stamina to do that for 12 rounds? And more importantly, will he be able to handle Canelo’s power and his body shots? That remains to be seen.
Prediction: Canelo Álvarez by stoppage.