Canelo vs Jacobs Live Stream Fight Online TV Channel

Golden Boy Promotions are expected to announce the undercard today for the May 4 fight’s Saul Canelo Alvarez vs Daniel Jacobs live fight card, but here are some of the fighters that are awaited to be on the DAZN fight card at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Here’s Vergil Ortiz Jr., David Lemieux and Pablo Cesar Cano.

Canelo vs Jacobs Live Stream

https://i.imgur.com/6qIzN73.jpg

WBA, WBC, IBF & Ring Magazine Middleweights titleholder Canelo Alvarez makes his hard-hitting defense on Saturday night against BF titles holders Daniel Jacobs, with David Lemieux and John Ryder in the co-feature.

WATCH BOXING LIVE

When is the Canelo vs Jacobs fight?

Popular boxers Saul “Canelo” Alvarez vs Daniel Jacobs fight will take place on Saturday, May 4, 2019 and 9:00 pm ET with the weekend of Cinco de Mayo. It will be Canelo’s first fight in nearly five months after defeating Rocky Fielding on December 15th 2018.

How to watch Canelo vs Jacobs?

Canelo vs Jacobs Live will air live on DAZN, starting at 10 pm ET, with prelim undercard bouts beginning at 5 pm ET, streaming live on DAZN. The prelim portion of the card will feature an WBA/WBC/IBF Middleweights eliminator between David Lemieux and John Ryder.

Where is Canelo vs Jacobs fight taking place?

Saul Canelo Alvarez and Daniel Jacobs will fight at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV. This is fifth time fight in Canelo’s boxing career and he’s fighting at T-Mobile Arena. Jacobs is competing in the arena for the first time and his first fight in Las Vegas since the monthe of july 2010.

How to watch, live stream Canelo vs Jacobs fight’s online?

This fight will be live on DAZN TV channel in USA as that’s who both fighters are with – and in the UK it will be shown on Sky Sports.

Canelo and Jacobs fight records.

WBA and WBC champion Saul Canelo Alvarez (51-1-2, 35 KOs) fight’s will take on IBF titleholder against Daniel Jacobs (35-2, 29 KOs) in a highly anticipated clash between two of the best 160 lbs fighters in the world. A Lot of belts! Canelo puts up his WBA (Super), WBC and The Ring titles, while Jacobs offers his IBF strap. A proper unifying fight.

Canelo’s record is an strange one, he’s been fighting professionally since the age of 15. and has become the biggest star of the boxing sport. He comes in with a record of 54 fights, 51 wins, 2 draws and just one defeat to the boxing legendary Floyd Mayweather.

Jacobs are meanwhile, has her fought 37 times in his professional career with 35 wins and 2 defeats.

Canelo Alvarez will fight Danny Jacobs in a middleweight unification bout as the Mexican looks to add the IBF belt to his collection. It’s a great pleasure when someone like that one of the biggest names in boxing acknowledges your talent. It’s a nice feeling, it’s a massive credit booster.

Odds

Canelo to win: 4/11

Jacobs to win: 9/2

Draw: 22/1