Time, channel and where to watch the fight on TV in the US and Mexico

Canelo Alvarez As king of the super middleweights, he would have to show all four of his world titles Jaime Munguya; The weigh-in will be next Friday, where they will have to take the blame 168 pounds Front size.

Canelo vs Munguia: The weigh-in ceremony

Saturday May 4 Canelo Alvarez confronted Jaime Munguya The World Boxing Council will present its four titles recognized by the World Boxing Association, the World Boxing Organization and the International Boxing Federation.

In this case, the weigh-in ceremony will take place next Friday the 3rd, where both boxers will have to weigh the normal weight of 168 pounds, which will cause great discomfort.

The first ceremony begins 13 hours to central MexicoIn the US it is from 2:00 PM Eastern to 12:00 PM Pacific.

It can be seen on television signals ESPN and TV Azteca in Mexico; In the US this will be via ESPN; In both countries, through DAZN Boxing’s social networks.

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Canelo vs. Munguia: the complete card

  • Canelo Alvarez vs. Jaime Munguia, 12 rounds, to Canelo’s 4 super middleweight titles
  • Brandon Figueroa vs. Jesse Magdaleno, 12 rounds, for Figueroa’s interim WBC featherweight title
  • Mario Barrios vs. Fabián Andrés Maidana, 12 rounds for Barrios’ WBC interim welterweight title
  • Eimantas Stanionis vs. Gabriel Mestre, 12 rounds, for Stanianis’ WBA ‘regular’ welterweight title

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