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“Live”🔴►Canelo Alvarez vs Daniel Jacobs Fight Live Odds, Time, Date, Live Stream and TV Info

Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs Live Fight Odds, Time, Date, Live Stream and TV InfoCanelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs fight: Date, card, odds, start time, undercard, boxing live streamEverything you need to know ahead of the Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs on Saturday.

Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs Live

Alvarez vs. Jacobs Fight Info
When: Saturday, May 4, at 9 p.m. ET (main card)
Where: T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas
TV: Sky Sports (UK)
Live Stream: DAZN, Sky Go (UK)

boxing matches of 2019 is finally upon us. Unified middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez will put his trio of 160-pound titles on the line when he squares off against IBF champion Daniel Jacobs. The two have seemingly been on a collision course since both signed with streaming app DAZN in 2018 and the company had hopes of the two facing off sooner than later.

Alvarez is coming off his debut victory with DAZN in November where he scored a decisive third-round TKO over Rocky Fielding at Madison Square Garden. Jacobs, meanwhile, scored a split decision win over Serhiy Derevianchenko (a former training partner) in October. With so much going on this week around the card, we at CBS Sports aim to keep you as updated as possible with complete coverage from Las Vegas. Below is everything you need to get ready for Saturday night’s showdown from Las Vegas.

Jacobs has done the best work of his career at 160 pounds. Before losing to Golovkin, he racked up a stoppage streak of his own, one that spanned 12 fights in just under six years.

He defeated the likes of Caleb Truax, Peter Quillin and Sergio Mora (twice) along the way. He also beat a rare form of bone cancer during that time, earning the nickname of “Miracle Man.”

He’s won three fights since losing to Golovkin, his most recent seeing him take the IBF crown from Sergiy Derevyanchenko in October. It should be noted that all three fights went to decision, so it’s possible Jacobs, 32, is losing some of his sting as he ages.