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On Saturday (May 6), Saul “Canelo” Alvarez will defend his undisputed middleweight title against contender John Ryder in one of the year’s most anticipated boxing matches.
The pay-per-view bout is scheduled to take place at Akron Stadium in Alvarez’s hometown of Guadalajara, Mexico, and will be the boxer’s first match in his hometown in 12 years.
Alvarez, 32, is favored over Ryder, 34, with a 94 percent probability of winning the match, Forbes reports. Both men are evenly matched in height (5′ 9″) and reach (70 inches) but differ in fight stats. Alvarez’s record stands at 58 wins (39 KOs), two losses and two draws. Ryder, a London native, has secured 32 wins and five losses (18 KOs).
Read on for more details about the Canelo vs. Ryder match.
How to Watch Canelo vs. Ryder Online
Canelo vs. Ryder will be available on DAZN in over 200 countries including the U.S. and Canada. The main card begins at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. According to DAZN, ring walks will start at around 11 p.m. ET/8. p.m. PT.
The fight is $74.98 to stream on DAZN — $54.99 for the match and $19.99 for a 30-day subscription to the platform. You can also watch or stream the boxing match for $79.99 on ppv.com; in addition to cable and satellite providers such as Xfinity, Spectrum, DirectTV and Dish.
Subscribing to DAZN gives you access to over 50 fights a year, crossover boxing, women’s soccer, pool and more. The subscription will automatically renew at $19.99/month unless you cancel (DAZN requires a 30-day notice to cancel your subscription).
What else can you watch on DAZN? The schedule of upcoming fights includes KSI vs. Joe Fournier on May 13, Katie Taylor vs. Chantelle Cameron on May 20, and Alexis Rocha vs. Anthony Young on May 27.