Boxing Fight Tonight | Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo Fight odds,location, date and card

An epic fight week is upon us. The eyes of the sporting world descend on Las Vegas this week with a never-before-seen showdown set to headline inside the T-Mobile Arena. Canelo Alvarez puts his undisputed super middleweight crown on the line once again, but it’s the opponent that creates a unique headlining opportunity. The decorated Mexican champion is set to take on undisputed junior middleweight champion Jermell Charlo in the first four-belt vs. four-belt battle on the men’s side.

Canelo has reportedly signed a three-fight deal with Al Haymon’s PBC worth over $100million that will see him box under the guidance of the influential American advisor for the next 18 months.

Charlo earned undisputed status at 154 pounds in his last outing when he scored a TKO of Brian Castano in May 2022. The bout was a rematch from their 2021 encounter that ended in a disputed draw that many believe Castano had done enough to win. Charlo is unbeaten in his last five fights since losing a decision to Tony Harrison in 2019.

It is being held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

The undercard will get going at midnight for UK fans with the main event ringwalks expected from 5am on Sunday, October 1.

It is being streamed by Showtime PPV in the US for $74.95.

“I defy the science of boxing. I’m one of the guys from the younger era and I’ve been fighting my whole life. What I’ve been through in life, a lot of people can’t compare to that. I deserve to be in my position and now I get to prove my worthiness.”

“This is a very special event because it’s undisputed versus undisputed,” Charlo’s trainer Derrick James said. “The great Canelo Álvarez is gonna bring out an even greater Jermell Charlo. I’m looking forward to Jermell being great and becoming undisputed once again. He’s here to make history.”

Alvarez, meanwhile, left a lot to be desired in his last two appearances, failing to score stoppages against Gennadiy Golovkin and John Ryder. The lack of finishing has left many wondering if the Mexican superstar has past his peak after 63 professional bouts.

Canelo vs Charlo: Undercard

MAIN EVENT: Canelo Alvarez vs Jermell Charlo – WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO middleweight titles
Yordenis Ugas vs Mario Barrios – WBC Interim welterweight title
Jesus Alejandro Ramos Jr vs Erickson Lubin
Elijah Garcia vs Jose Armando Resendiz
Frank Sanchez vs Scott Alexander
Oleksandr Gvozdyk vs Isaac Rodrigues
Gabriel Gollaz Valenzuela vs Yeis Gabriel Solano
Terrell Gausha vs KeAndrae Leatherwood
Bek Nurmaganbet vs Abimbola Osundairo
Abilkhan Amankul vs Joeshon James
Justin Viloria vs Angel Barrera
Curmel Moton vs Ezequiel Flores

Canelo vs Charlo: What has been said?
Canelo: “I’m very happy to be involved in big fights like this.

“I hope that everybody enjoys this fight because it’s going to be a great night for the fans and for everybody who has wanted to see this fight for a long time.

“We’ll see if it’s true that I’ve lost a step. I understand what the people said, and I agree. I didn’t look my best in my last two fights, but I know why, and I’m ready for this fight. We’re going to see something different.

Jermell Charlo Stats
Now, for Jermell Charlo, his stats are:

Height: Jermell Charlo’s hight is 5ft 11, wich puts him 3 in advantage to dethrone the Mexican.
Record and knockouts: Jermell began his career two years later than Canelo and has a career record of 35-1-1 and has finished 19 of his opponents before the final bell.
Age: Charlo was born on May 19, 1990, so he is also 33 years old.
Track record: Jermell Charlo has had an outstanding career in the super welterweight division, where he has faced high-level opponents such as Tony Harrison, Jeison Rosario and Brian Castano, and has cemented his position as one of the best in his weight class.

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