How to Watch Canelo Alvarez vs Jaime Munguia Live In Canada, United States, Australia and New Zealand

Canelo Alvarez vs Jaime Munguia

Canelo Alvarez vs Jaime Munguia, two Mexican boxing giants, are making the trip to Las Vegas for the historic pound-for-pound match that takes place over the weekend of Cinco de Mayo. At T-Mobile Arena on May 4, Canelo Álvarez will defend his undisputed super middleweight world title against unbeaten former world champion Jaime Munguía. who is known for his aggressive style.

Munguía’s combat prowess and fierce fighting style are well-known. Munguía is ranked fifth by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, which places him as the fourth-best active middleweight in the world as of June 2022. 

Canelo Alvarez has already won four separate weight classes, securing his spot in the Hall of Fame. The current undisputed super middleweight world champion may still be in the prime of his career despite all of his successes.   

Álvarez collaborated with Premier Boxing Champions to arrange the fight: this match will be Álvarez’s first since he won the undisputed middleweight title against Jermell Charlo on September 30 via majority decision.

According to PBC, the bout between Álvarez and Munguía is a “one-fight deal”. The fight will be available for pay-per-view on both DAZN, which has an exclusive agreement with Golden Boy Promotions, and Prime Video, which has an agreement with PBC. Boxing fans in New Zealand and Australia can choose to watch the bout on PPV.COM or DAZN.

Here is all the information you need to watch the Mexican vs. Mexican fight on Pay Per View from New Zealand and Australia, along with all the other necessary details.  

Álvarez vs Munguía event info

Promotion: Premier Boxing Champions 

Event: Super Middleweight Title Fight

Date: Saturday, May 4

Time: 8 pm ET, 5 pm PT

Venue: T-mobile Arena

City: Las Vegas, Nevada

Network: DAZN PPV & (Price: $89.99)


How to Watch Canelo Alvarez vs Jaime Munguia?

On Saturday, May 4, the Canelo vs. Munguía Super Middleweight Title Fight will be televised live from T-Mobile Arena. You can watch live coverage of this Mexico vs. Mexico event on PPV.COM for a $89.99 upfront fee.

DAZN will also broadcast the 12-round bout between the two Mexican contestants. In Australia, a DAZN monthly subscription may run you $24.99. In Australia, the PPV costs 69.99 AUD, whereas in New Zealand, it costs 44.99 NZD.

FitePass PPV is a great option for Australian and New Zealand fans who wish to watch the game live. For a one-time fee of $29.99, FitePass PPV allows you to watch Canelo vs. Munguia live from any device, anywhere in Australia and New Zealand. 

Canelo Alvarez vs Jaime Munguia Preview

With a 60-2-2 record, Canelo Álvarez is scheduled to participate in Cinco de Mayo for the tenth time in his career and the fourth consecutive year. Since losing to Dmitry Bivol in May 2022 to win the WBA light heavyweight title, he has won three straight fights. The former junior middleweight champion of the WBO, Munguía, comes into the fight with a 43-0 record and 34 career knockouts.

With the exception of 2020, Álvarez is the only boxer in history to have held the championships of the World Boxing Council (WBC), World Boxing Association (WBA), and Ring magazine. He has also been the World Boxing Organisation (WBO) and International Boxing Federation (IBF) champion since 2021.  

Munguía is the fourth-best active middleweight in the world as of June 2022, according to the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, which has him ranked fifth.

Álvarez is renowned for his exceptional ability to bodypunch and counterpunch, making him the fourth and third greatest boxer in the world while he is actively competing. Listed on Forbes’ list of the highest-paid athletes in 2019, 2022, and 2023, he is also among the highest-paid athletes in the world. 

Canelo Álvarez records and bio

Nationality: Mexican 

Age: 33

Record: 60-2-2

Knockouts: 39 (65%)

Weight: 168 lbs (76.36 kg)

Height: 5’8″ (1.73 m)

Reach: 70½” (179 cm)

Stance: Orthodox


Jaime Munguía record and bio

Nationality: Mexican 

Age: 27

Record: 43-0-0

Knockouts: 34 (79.07%)

Weight: 168 lbs (76.36 kg)

Height: 6’0″ (1.83 m)

Reach: 72″ (183 cm)

Stance: Orthodox


Canelo vs Munguia fight card

  • Canelo Álvarez vs Jaime Munguia – Undisputed Super Middleweight Title
  • Mario Barrios vs Fabian Maidana – Interim WBC World Welterweight Title
  • Brandon Figueroa vs Jessie Magdaleno – Interim WBC Featherweight Title
  • Eimantas Stanionis vs Gabriel Maestre – WBA Regular Welterweight Title

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