Canelo vs Munguia card: Who else is fighting tonight?

Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Jaime Munguia will meet in an all-Mexican undisputed title fight this evening, as their nation celebrates Cinco de Mayo.

Alvarez will put all the major super-middleweight belts on the line in Las Vegas, as Munguia looks to take the torch from the pound-for-pound star and stay unbeaten.

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At 27, Munguia is six years younger than the defending champion, though he also has plenty of miles on the clock; Munguia is already 43-0 (34 knockouts), while Canelo is 60-2-2 (39 KOs).

Munguia also holds a significant height advantage over Canelo, who will return to the T-Mobile Arena eight months after easing past Jermell Charlo in the same venue. Munguia has fought more recently, stopping John Ryder in January – eight months after Canelo beat the Briton on points.

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When is the fight?

Canelo vs Munguia will take place on Saturday 4 May at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The main card is scheduled to begin at 1am BST on Sunday (5pm PT / 7pm CT / 8pm ET on Saturday), with ring walks for the main event due at around 4am BST on Sunday (8pm PT / 10pm CT / 11pm ET on Saturday).

How can I watch it?

The fight will stream live on Dazn pay-per-view around the world, at a cost of £19.99 in the UK and $89.99 in the US. If new viewers purchase a £9.99 or $19.99-per-month subscription along with the pay-per-view, however, they will get their first month free. Purchase a subscription to DAZN here, with plans starting at £9.99 a month.

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Canelo (left) will defend his belts in an all-Mexican clash on Cinco de Mayo weekend (Getty Images)
Canelo (left) will defend his belts in an all-Mexican clash on Cinco de Mayo weekend (Getty Images)

Canelo – 1/6

Munguia – 4/1

Draw – 18/1

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Full card (subject to change)

Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (C) vs Jaime Munguia (IBF, WBA, WBC and WBO super-middleweight titles)

Mario Barrios (C) vs Fabian Maidana (WBC interim welterweight title)

Brandon Figueroa (C) vs Jessie Magdaleno (WBC interim featherweight title)

Eimantas Stanionis (C) vs Gabriel Maestre (WBA Regular welterweight title)