Holyfield faces Belfort in a PPV boxing match this Saturday with live commentary from former President Trump – here’s how to watch

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  • Evander Holyfield will box Vitor Belfort in a pay-per-view (PPV) match on September 11.
  • Former President Donald Trump will provide optional commentary for the fight.
  • The event costs $50 and is streaming exclusively through Fite.TV starting at 7 p.m. ET.

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Former undisputed world heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield will fight former UFC light heavyweight champion Vitor Belfort in an eight-round boxing match on September 11. The match will be held at the Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, Florida.

Holyfield vs. Belfort is a $50 pay-per-view (PPV) event with optional commentary from former President Donald Trump. Coverage starts at 7 p.m. ET with a fight card that also includes UFC veterans Anderson Silva and Tito Ortiz.

Holyfield is a late replacement for boxer Oscar De La Hoya, who was hospitalized with a breakthrough case of COVID-19 in early September. The 58-year-old Holyfield’s last professional fight was in 2011, and according to ESPN, the California State Athletic Commission wouldn’t sanction his fight against Belfort, leading promoters to move the event to Florida. Belfort is 44-years-old and last fought in UFC in 2018; his only professional boxing match came in 2006.

Along with the fight card, the Fite.TV PPV includes a post-event concert performed by rapper 6ix9ine. There will also be performances in between fights by Brazilian popstar Anitta, Cuban group Gente de Zona, and Latino star Lunay.

How to watch Holyfield vs. Belfort

Evander Holyfield vs. Vitor Belfort will be available to watch as a $50 PPV event streamed by Fite.TV. Buyers can purchase the fight with or without guest commentary from former President Donald Trump.

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Holyfield vs. Belfort is a one-time purchase, so you don’t need a subscription to watch the event with the Fite.TV app or via the official Fite.TV website. The Fite.TV app is available on Android and Apple mobile devices, and streaming players like Apple TV, Roku, and Xbox. You can also stream through a web browser on a computer or laptop.

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David Haye versus Joe Fournier

Andy Vences versus Jono Carroll

Anderson Silva versus Tito Ortiz

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Watch YouTuber Jake Paul return to the boxing ring to fight former UFC champ Tyron Woodley in a PPV match on August 29

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Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley face off during a press conference before their cruiserweight fight on August 29.

  • YouTuber Jake Paul will box former UFC champion Tyron Woodley on August 29 in Cleveland, Ohio.
  • Paul vs. Woodley is a $60 pay-per-view (PPV) event broadcasting at 8 p.m. ET on Fite.TV and Showtime.
  • The PPV will also include three undercard matches and a co-main event fight.

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YouTube star turned boxer Jake Paul will face former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in a pay-per-view (PPV) boxing match on August 29. The $60 PPV event starts at 8 p.m. ET and will be streamed live via Showtime and Fite.TV.

Paul has won all three of his boxing matches by knockout so far, though two of those matches were against non-fighters, like former NBA player Nate Robinson. In his last fight, Paul knocked out mixed martial artist Ben Askren in less than two minutes. Askren is also known for being on the receiving end of the fastest knockout in UFC history.

Woodley held UFC’s welterweight championship belt from July 2016 to March 2019 but lost his last four fights. Now 39-years-old, Woodley is no longer under contract with UFC. Woodley’s manager, Malki Kawa, said he’ll likely earn “a multi-million dollar payday” for fighting Paul. When he was UFC champ, Woodley earned $500,000 for defending the belt.

Paul’s older brother, Logan Paul, fought undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition back in June, but Jake’s fight against Woodley will be an officially sanctioned cruiserweight match with a 190lb weight limit. Woodley is shorter than Paul and typically fought at 170lbs in UFC, so Paul will enter the fight with a size advantage.

Legendary boxing trainer and analyst Teddy Atlas said he expects Paul to knock out Woodley thanks to his prior experience in the boxing ring, Woodley’s style as a mixed martial artist, and the age and physical disparities between the two fighters.

How to watch Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley will be available to watch as a $60 pay-per-view event streamed by Fite.TV and Showtime. You don’t need a subscription to Showtime or Fite.TV to purchase the pay-per-view. You can also buy the fight through most cable and satellite providers, including Xfinity, Verizon Fios TV, and more.

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The Showtime and Fite.TV apps are both available on Android and Apple mobile devices, and streaming players like Apple TV, Roku, and Xbox. You can also stream through a web browser on a computer or laptop.

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley date and time

The Paul vs. Woodley pay-per-view event will start at 8 p.m. ET on August 29 and is scheduled to include six fights in total.

The broadcast team will reportedly include Showtime host Brian Custer, Logan Paul, and Bellator featherweight champion A.J. McKee. Other media content will be provided by Barstool Sports.

Fite.TV will also stream a free pre-show before the fight at 7 p.m. ET on August 29.

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley fight card

  • Charles Conwell versus Juan Carlos Rubio
  • Tommy Fury versus Anthony Taylor
  • Ivan Baranchyk versus Montana Love
  • Daniel Dubois versus Joe Cusumano
  • Amanda Serrano versus Yamileth Mercado
  • Jake Paul versus Tyron Woodley

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Watch YouTuber Jake Paul return to the boxing ring to fight former UFC champ Tyron Woodley in a PPV match this Sunday

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Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley face off during a press conference before their cruiserweight fight on August 29.

  • YouTuber Jake Paul will box former UFC champion Tyron Woodley on August 29 in Cleveland, Ohio.
  • Paul vs. Woodley is a $60 pay-per-view (PPV) event broadcasting at 8 p.m. ET on Fite.TV and Showtime.
  • The PPV will also include three undercard matches and a co-main event fight.

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YouTube star turned boxer Jake Paul will face former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in a pay-per-view (PPV) boxing match on August 29. The $60 PPV event starts at 8 p.m. ET and will be streamed live via Showtime and Fite.TV.

Paul has won all three of his boxing matches by knockout so far, though two of those matches were against non-fighters, like former NBA player Nate Robinson. In his last fight, Paul knocked out mixed martial artist Ben Askren in less than two minutes, but Askren was also on the receiving end of the fastest knockout in UFC history.

Woodley held UFC’s welterweight championship belt from July 2016 to March 2019 but lost his last four fights. Now 39-years-old, Woodley is no longer under contract with UFC but his manager, Malki Kawa, said he’ll likely earn “a multi-million dollar payday” for fighting Paul. When he was UFC champ, Woodley earned $500,000 for defending the belt.

Paul’s older brother, Logan Paul, fought undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition back in June, but Jake’s fight against Woodley will be an officially sanctioned cruiserweight match with a 190lb weight limit. Woodley is shorter than Paul and typically fought at 170lbs in UFC, so Paul will enter the fight with a size advantage.

Legendary boxing trainer and analyst Teddy Atlas said he expects Paul to knock out Woodley thanks to his prior experience in the boxing ring, Woodley’s style as a mixed martial artist, and the age and physical disparities between the two fighters.

How to watch Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley will be available as a $60 pay-per-view event streamed by Fite.TV and Showtime. You don’t need a subscription to Showtime to purchase the pay-per-view. You can also buy the fight through most pay-TV cable and satellite providers, including Xfinity, Verizon Fios TV, and more.

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The Showtime and Fite.TV apps are both available on computers, Android and Apple phones and tablets, and streaming devices like Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Xbox.

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley date and time

The Paul vs. Woodley pay-per-view event will start at 8 p.m. ET on August 29 and is scheduled to include six fights in total.

The broadcast team will reportedly include Showtime host Brian Custer, Logan Paul, and Bellator featherweight champion A.J. McKee. Other media content will be provided by Barstool Sports.

Fite.TV will also stream several free events leading up to the pay-per-view, including the weigh-in on August 28 at 5 p.m. ET and a pre-show before the fight at 7 p.m. ET on August 29.

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley fight card

  • Charles Conwell versus Juan Carlos Rubio
  • Tommy Fury versus Anthony Taylor
  • Ivan Baranchyk versus Montana Love
  • Daniel Dubois versus Joe Cusumano
  • Amanda Serrano versus Yamileth Mercado
  • Jake Paul versus Tyron Woodley

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Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather faces YouTube star Logan Paul in a PPV match tonight – here’s how to watch the fight live

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  • Undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather will fight YouTube star Logan Paul in a PPV event at 8 p.m. ET.
  • The $50 pay-per-view (PPV) is available to order via Showtime, Fanmio, and most cable providers.
  • A Showtime plan is not needed to order the PPV, and existing members still need to pay the $50 fee.

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YouTube star Logan Paul will face undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition pay-per-view fight. Showtime and Fanmio will stream the pay-per-view event live from Miami, Florida, starting tonight at 8 p.m. ET.

You’ll have to pay $50 plus taxes and fees to watch Mayweather vs. Paul using the Showtime app, Fanmio app, or cable/satellite TV providers like Xfinity.

The fight will be the largest spectacle yet for Paul, who embarked on a professional boxing career alongside his brother and fellow YouTube star Jake Paul more than two years ago. While Jake has earned victories in his first three professional boxing matches, Logan lost his official debut against another YouTuber in November 2019.

Mayweather boasts an undefeated record with 50 wins and 27 knockouts; he last fought against former UFC champion Conor McGregor in 2017. At 44 years old, Mayweather no longer contends for world championships, but he’s still considered one of the best boxers of his generation and remains an influential figure in the sport.

Paul stands six inches taller than Mayweather and will likely weigh significantly more on the day of the fight, but Mayweather’s years of experience and unmatched technique make him the clear favorite. On the undercard, Badou Jack will face Dervin Colina in a light heavyweight match; and former NFL player Chad Johnson will make his boxing debut.

How to watch Mayweather vs. Paul

Mayweather vs. Paul is a $50 pay-per-view event produced by Showtime. You can order the fight to watch online via the Showtime app or the Fanmio app. You can also order directly through cable/satellite providers like Xfinity and Spectrum. The event starts tonight at 8 p.m. ET.

A Showtime subscription is not required to purchase the PPV. Though Showtime is presenting Mayweather vs. Paul, the event won’t be broadcast on Showtime’s cable channels. Showtime subscribers still have to pay $50 to their TV provider or through the Showtime app to watch the fight.

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The Showtime app is available on Apple devices, Roku, Roku TVs, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, and Android smart TVs from Sony and Hisense. You can also visit Showtime.com to watch on your computer.

The Fanmio app is available on Apple devices, Google TV, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV. Fanmio PPV purchases of the fight also include a free limited-edition shirt.

Here’s the full fight card for Mayweather vs. Paul

  • Chad Johnson versus Brian Maxwell [four-round exhibition]
  • Jarrett Hurd versus Luis Arias [10-round super welterweight fight]
  • Badou Jack versus Dervin Colina [10-round light heavyweight fight]
  • Floyd Mayweather versus Logan Paul [eight-round exhibition]
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Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather faces YouTube star Logan Paul in a PPV match this Sunday – here’s how to watch the fight live

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  • Undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather will fight YouTube star Logan Paul on June 6.
  • The match headlines a $50 pay-per-view (PPV) event presented by Showtime.
  • A Showtime plan is not needed to order the PPV, and existing members still need to pay the $50 fee.

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YouTube star Logan Paul will face undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition pay-per-view fight on June 6. Showtime will stream the pay-per-view fight live from Miami, Florida, starting at 8 p.m. ET.

You’ll have to pay $50 plus taxes and fees to stream Mayweather vs. Paul using the Showtime app, or you can order it through your cable or satellite TV provider.

The fight will be the largest spectacle yet for Paul, who embarked on a professional boxing career alongside his brother and fellow YouTube star Jake Paul more than two years ago. While Jake has earned victories in his first three professional boxing matches, Logan lost his official debut against another YouTuber in November 2019.

Mayweather boasts an undefeated record with 50 wins and 27 knockouts; he last fought against former UFC champion Conor McGregor in 2017. At 44 years old, Mayweather no longer contends for world championships, but he’s still considered one of the best boxers of his generation and remains an influential figure in the sport.

Paul stands six inches taller than Mayweather and will likely weigh significantly more on the day of the fight, but Mayweather’s years of experience and unmatched technique make him the clear favorite for this exhibition bout. On the undercard, Badou Jack will face Dervin Colina in a light heavyweight match; and former NFL player Chad Johnson will make his boxing debut.

How to watch Mayweather vs. Paul

Mayweather vs. Paul is a $50 pay-per-view event produced by Showtime. You can order the fight to stream online via the Showtime app, or purchase it through your cable/satellite provider. The event will start at 8 p.m. ET on June 6. A Showtime subscription is not required to purchase the PPV.

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The Showtime app is available on Apple devices, Roku, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, PlayStation, and smart TVs from Samsung and LG. You can also visit Showtime.com to watch on your computer.

Though Showtime is presenting Mayweather vs. Paul, the event won’t be broadcast on Showtime’s cable channels. Showtime subscribers still have to pay $50 to their TV provider or through the Showtime app to watch the fight.

Here’s the full fight card for Mayweather vs. Paul

  • Chad Johnson versus Brian Maxwell [four-round exhibition]
  • Jarrett Hurd versus Luis Arias [10-round super welterweight fight]
  • Badou Jack versus Dervin Colina [10-round light heavyweight fight]
  • Floyd Mayweather versus Logan Paul [eight-round exhibition]
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Jose Ramirez and Josh Taylor face off to decide the undisputed junior welterweight champion on May 22 – here’s how to watch live

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Josh Taylor hoists the Muhammed Ali trophy after a 2019 victory.

  • Jose Ramirez will face Josh Taylor to determine the world’s undisputed junior welterweight champion.
  • Ramirez (26-0) is the WBC and WBO champ, while Taylor (17-0) holds the IBF and WBA belts.
  • The main event will be broadcast live from Las Vegas on May 22 at at 8 p.m. ET via ESPN+ and ESPN.

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Jose Ramirez and Josh Taylor will fight to decide the world’s undisputed junior welterweight champion on May 22 in Las Vegas. Both fighters will enter the match with undefeated records; WBC and WBO champion Ramirez is 26-0 with 17 knockouts, while IBF and WBA champ Taylor is 17-0 with 13 knockouts.

The winner of Ramirez vs. Taylor will become the first undisputed champion in the junior welterweight class since Terence Crawford unified the four title belts in August 2017. Taylor enters the fight as the betting favorite, despite the younger Ramirez having more career wins. The title bout is an early contender for boxing’s best fight of the year, given the stakes between two undefeated champions.

Ramirez vs. Taylor will air on May 22 via ESPN and ESPN+, with the main card starting at 8 p.m. ET. Undercard matches will start at 4:45 p.m. ET on ESPN+. The entire event will be simulcast in Spanish on ESPN+ and ESPN Deportes.

How to watch Ramirez vs. Taylor

To watch Ramirez vs. Taylor live on May 22 you need access to the ESPN channel or ESPN+ streaming service.

The early undercard matches start at 4:45 p.m. ET and are exclusive to ESPN+. The main card will air on ESPN, ESPN+, and ESPN Deportes starting at 8 p.m. ET. An ESPN+ subscription costs $6 a month or $60 per year. ESPN cable subscribers can stream the fight on ESPN.com using their TV provider account information.

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If you don’t have access to the ESPN on cable and you don’t want to sign up for ESPN+, you also have the option to watch the main event on ESPN through a live streaming service like Sling TV Orange, Hulu + Live TV, Fubo TV, and YouTube TV.

Of those services, Sling TV’s Orange plan is your cheapest option at just $35 a month ($10 for your first month).

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Here’s the full fight card for Ramirez vs. Taylor

Undercard

  • Jose Enrique Vivas versus Luis Coria (Featherweight)
  • Andres Cortes versus Eddie Garza (Junior lightweight)
  • Jose Gallegos versus Raymond Muratalla (Lightweight)
  • Javier Martinez versus Calvin Metcalf (Middleweight)
  • Robeisy Ramirez versus Ryan Lee Allen (Featherweight)

Main Card

  • Jose Carlos Ramirez versus Josh Taylor (Junior welterweight title fight)
  • Jose Zepeda versus Henry Lundy (WBC Silver light welterweight title fight)
  • Elvis Rodriguez versus Kenneth Sims Jr. (Junior welterweight)
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How to watch Canelo Alvarez face Joe Saunders in a unification match for 3 super middleweight titles

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Canelo Alvarez (left) defeated Sergey Kovalev to claim the WBO light heavyweight title in November 2019, but vacated the belt.

  • Canelo Alvarez will fight Joe Saunders in a super middleweight unification match tonight on DAZN.
  • Alvarez (55-1-2, 37 KOs) is the WBC and WBA champ while Saunders (30-0, 14 KOs) holds the WBO title.
  • The fight will stream live from Arlington, Texas, on DAZN ($20) starting at 8 p.m. ET.

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Super middleweight boxing champions Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Billy Joe Saunders will face off in a unification match tonight on DAZN. Alvarez will put his WBC and WBA super middleweight titles on the line while Saunders risks losing the WBO belt.

Canelo vs. Saunders will be held at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, in front of a sold-out crowd of more than 60,000 fans. The fight card is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. ET, with Canelo and Saunders expected to make their ring walks at 11 p.m. ET.

Alvarez hasn’t lost since 2013, with his most recent win coming in decisive fashion over Avni Yildirim on February 27. Alvarez previously said he plans to fight four times in 2021; the winner of Canelo vs. Saunders will likely face IBF title holder Caleb Plant in a match that would decide the world’s undisputed super middleweight champion.

The entire event will be streamed live on DAZN, which costs $20 a month or $100 per year. DAZN says it won’t stream the fight for viewers in Mexico, so those boxing fans will have to order the fight as a pay-per-view (PPV) through a live TV provider like Xfinity.

How to watch Canelo vs. Saunders

Canelo vs. Saunders will be streamed live on DAZN ($20/month) and broadcast via pay-per-view tonight starting at 8 p.m. ET.

The PPV costs $70 if you purchase through a TV provider, like Xfinity, so DAZN is the significantly cheaper option if you can use the app at home. DAZN costs $20 a month or $100 per year, and will give you full access to the fight, along with a selection of classic matches and other streaming content.

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The DAZN app is available on many streaming devices, including Roku, Fire TV, Apple devices, Android, PlayStation, Xbox, and most smart TV brands. You can check here for a full list of supported devices.

If you want to watch via PPV through your TV provider, you’ll have to check your local cable listings for Canelo vs. Saunders.

Here’s the full fight card for Canelo vs. Saunders

  • Christian Alan Gomez Duran versus Xavier Wilson [Welterweight]
  • Kelvin Davis versus Jan Marsalek [Welterweight]
  • Keyshawn Davis versus Jose Antonio Meza [Lightweight]
  • Frank Sanchez versus Nagy Aguilera [Heavyweight]
  • Marc Castro versus Irving Macias Castillo [Junior lightweight]
  • Kieron Conway versus Souleymane Cissokho [Junior middleweight]
  • Elwin Soto versus Katsunari Takayama [WBO Junior flyweight title match]
  • Canelo Alvarez versus Billy Joe Saunders [WBC/WBA/WBO Super middleweight unification match]

What else can I watch on DAZN?

DAZN streams live boxing matches every weekend, and also hosts classic bouts and documentaries that you can watch at any time. In terms of original programming, DAZN is home to “Jabs,” a show featuring former champion boxer Sergio Mora and sportswriter Chris Mannix, and “The Ak & Barak Show.”

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How to watch Canelo Alvarez face Joe Saunders in a unification match for 3 super middleweight titles this Saturday

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Canelo Alvarez (left) defeated Sergey Kovalev to claim the WBO light heavyweight title in November 2019, but vacated the belt.

  • Canelo Alvarez will fight Joe Saunders in a super middleweight unification match on May 8.
  • Alvarez (55-1-2, 37 KOs) is the WBC and WBA champ while Saunders (30-0, 14 KOs) holds the WBO title.
  • The fight will stream live from Arlington, Texas, on DAZN ($20) starting at 8 p.m. ET.

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Super middleweight boxing champions Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Billy Joe Saunders will face off in a unification match this Saturday on DAZN. Alvarez will put his WBC and WBA super middleweight titles on the line while Saunders risks losing the WBO belt.

Canelo vs. Saunders will be held at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, in front of a sold-out crowd of more than 60,000 fans. The fight card is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. ET, with Canelo and Saunders expected to make their ring walks at 11 p.m. ET.

Alvarez hasn’t lost since 2013, with his most recent win coming in decisive fashion over Avni Yildirim on February 27. Alvarez previously said he plans to fight four times in 2021; the winner of Canelo vs. Saunders will likely face IBF title holder Caleb Plant in a match that would decide the world’s undisputed super middleweight champion.

The entire event will be streamed live on DAZN, which costs $20 a month or $100 per year. DAZN says it won’t stream the fight for viewers in Mexico, so those boxing fans will have to order the fight as a pay-per-view (PPV) through a live TV provider like Xfinity.

How to watch Canelo vs. Saunders

Canelo vs. Saunders will be streamed live on DAZN ($20/month) and broadcast via pay-per-view starting at 8 p.m. ET on May 8.

The PPV costs $70 if you purchase through a TV provider, like Xfinity, so DAZN is the significantly cheaper option if you can use the app at home. DAZN costs $20 a month or $100 per year, and will give you full access to the fight, along with a selection of classic matches and other streaming content.

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The DAZN app is available on many streaming devices, including Roku, Fire TV, Apple devices, Android, PlayStation, Xbox, and most smart TV brands. You can check here for a full list of supported devices.

If you want to watch via PPV through your TV provider, you’ll have to check your local cable listings for Canelo vs. Saunders.

Here’s the full fight card for Canelo vs. Saunders

  • Christian Alan Gomez Duran versus TBA [Welterweight]
  • Kelvin Davis versus Jan Marsalek [Welterweight]
  • Keyshawn Davis versus Jose Antonio Meza [Lightweight]
  • Frank Sanchez versus Nagy Aguilera [Heavyweight]
  • Marc Castro versus Irving Macias Castillo [Junior lightweight]
  • Kieron Conway versus Souleymane Cissokho [Junior middleweight]
  • Elwin Soto versus Katsunari Takayama [WBO Junior flyweight title match]
  • Canelo Alvarez versus Billy Joe Saunders [WBC/WBA/WBO Super middleweight unification match]

What else can I watch on DAZN?

DAZN streams live boxing matches every weekend, and also hosts classic bouts and documentaries that you can watch at any time. In terms of original programming, DAZN is home to “Jabs,” a show featuring former champion boxer Sergio Mora and sportswriter Chris Mannix, and “The Ak & Barak Show.”

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