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Kovalev vs Alvarez: Full Fight Live Free Canelo Álvarez vs. Sergey Kovalev is an upcoming professional boxing match between Canelo Álvarez and defending WBO light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev.The fight will take place at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada on November 2, 2019.

Fight information


Date: Saturday, Nov. 2 | Time: 9 p.m. ET (6 p.m. PT)
Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena– Las Vegas, Nevada
TV/Stream: DAZN (subscription required)


Kovalev, meanwhile, comes into this bout fresh off a win over Anthony Yarde in which he needed to rally late to score an 11th round TKO. The 36-year-old may very well be entering the last fight of his career against one of the sport’s biggest stars.

Note: This page will be updated constantly throughout the week. Be sure to check back in as we get closer to the fight. Odds courtesy of MGM.

Canelo vs. Kovalev fight card

Canelo Alvarez -500 Sergey Kovalev (c) +350 WBO light heavyweight title
Ryan Garcia -1100 Romero Duno +600 Lightweight
Seniesa Estrada N/A Marlen Esparza N/A Interim WBA flyweight title
Blair Cobbs N/A Carlos Ortiz N/A Welterweight

With so much going down ahead of the fight, let’s take a look at everything you need to know before Canelo and Kovalev in the center of the ring in Las Vegas.

For this contest, Canelo will be moving up to 175 pounds to face one of the absolute best boxers currently competing at light heavy. Kovalev may not be the same tremendous force he was prior to his bouts against Andre Ward, but he still has a world class jab, and he’s been fine-tuning his style to great effect since suffering a knockout loss at the hands of Eleider Alvarez some 13 months ago. Kovalev since avenged that loss when he won a unanimous decision against Eleider in February prior to facing Yarde.

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So who will win this highly intriguing contest between Canelo and Kovalev? Does Kovalev still have enough in the tank to take on a prime elite boxer like Canelo? And can Canelo handle the size and power of one of the fiercest punchers at 175 in recent years? November 2 is just around the corner, and we will soon know the answers to these questions.

This edition of Rummy’s Corner provides a brief preview and prediction for the highly anticipated forthcoming light heavyweight championship bout between Canelo Alvarez and Sergey Kovalev. For one man’s take on the situation, please watch and enjoy the video.

Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez’s WBO title fight against Sergey Kovalev is live on Sky Sports as the Mexican star makes an audacious attempt to become a four-weight champion.

‘Canelo’ can cement his status as one of the finest pound-for-pound fighters in the sport as he steps up two weight divisions to challenge Kovalev for the WBO light-heavyweight belt in Las Vegas on November 2.

The Russian champion retained his belt with a stoppage win over Britain’s Anthony Yarde in August, displaying the punch power that has provided 29 knockouts in 34 victories for ‘Krusher.’

Kovalev halted Anthony Yarde in his last world title defence
Kovalev halted Anthony Yarde in his last world title defence
Alvarez defeated Daniel Jacobs on points to unify the WBC, WBA and IBF middleweight titles in May, but has now decided to test himself in a new weight class.

Earlier in the evening, Katie Taylor challenges Christina Linardatou for the WBO super-lightweight belt, while former world champion Anthony Crolla ends his career with a final fight on the same Manchester bill, live on Sky Sports.

Matchroom Boxing boss Eddie Hearn said: “This schedule just keeps getting better and better and what a night we have on Sky Sports next Saturday!

Katie Taylor faces Christina Linardatou earlier in the evening
Katie Taylor faces Christina Linardatou earlier in the evening
“Katie Taylor attempt to make history in Manchester by winning another world title and Anthony Crolla bids farewell in his final title fight.

“Then we flip to Vegas for arguably the fight of the year when pound-for-pound superstar Canelo moves up to try and win a win a world title in a fourth weight division against Sergey Kovalev. What a night, what a schedule – this is boxing on Sky Sports!”

Adam Smith, Head of Sky Sports Boxing, said: “I’m absolutely delighted that Canelo’s massive world title clash with Sergey Kovalev will be shown live on Sky Sports in another fantastic addition to our sensational pre-Christmas schedule.

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