Canelo vs Munguia Undercard, Fight Date, Odds, Tickets, PPV Price and Where To Watch

Canelo vs Munguia Date, Odds, Tickets, Undercard, PPV Price and Where To Watch

  • Canelo Alvarez will face Jaime Mungia on May 4 in Las Vegas, USA
  • It will be a joint event between PBC, GBP and Canelo Promotions
  • Canelo vs Munguia Undercard, PPV Price, TV Channel and Key Details

In a huge Cinco De Mayo weekend all-Mexican clash, Canelo Alvarez will defend his undisputed super middleweight title against Jaime Munguia.

Canelo Promotions will present the event with the PBC, Zanfer Promotions and Golden Boy Promotions.

Most boxing fans wanted to see boxing’s bona fide star square off against David Benavidez but that won’t be next. Canelo instead faces another Mexican on Cinco De Mayo Weekend as Benavidez looks towards a fight with Oleksandr Gvozdyk, another member of the Canelo team, for the WBC interim light heavyweight title.

Alvarez (60-2-2, 39 KOs) unified the titles with an eleventh-round KO of Caleb Plant in Nov 2021. After dropping a decision to Dmitry Bivol, he has made three successful defences of the four belts.

Undefeated Munguia (43-0, 34 KOs) is the #1 contender with the WBO and WBC and produced an impressive stoppage of John Ryder in January, going one better than Canelo who battled to a decision win over England’s now-retired Ryder.

Canelo vs Munguia Date, Odds, Tickets

The all-Mexican super fight takes place on Saturday, May 4 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Canelo vs Munguia tickets can be bought here.

Canelo vs Munguia Odds: Canelo is a 1/6 favourite to beat Jaime Munguia whilst Munguia is a 9/2 underdog (via SkyBet).

Canelo vs Munguia Time, Ring Walks

The Canelo-Munguia main card begins at 1 am BST (8 pm ET). Main event ring walks are expected at around 4 am BST (11 pm ET)

Canelo vs Munguia PPV Price, TV Channel

Canelo vs Munguia Where To Watch: Live On DAZN PPV worldwide (including the US) and is also live on Amazon Prime Video PPV in the US.

Canelo vs Munguia PPV Price: $89.99 (US) and £19.99 (UK).

Canelo vs Munguia Undercard

In the co-main event, former world champion Mario Barrios will defend his Interim WBC Welterweight Title against Argentine power-puncher Fabián Maidana.

A former world champion at 140-pounds, Barrios (28-2, 18 KOs) earned a career-best victory in his last outing and stamped his place as a top 147-pounder by dropping Yordenis Ugas twice last September on his way to a unanimous decision.

The 31-year-old Maidana (22-2, 16 KOs) enters this fight on a four-bout winning streak, including three 2023 triumphs highlighted by a unanimous decision victory over Israel Lopez in November

Hard-hitting former world champion Brandon Figueroa puts his Interim WBC Featherweight Title on the line against former world champion Jessie Magdaleno.

The 27-year-old Figueroa (24-1-1, 18 KOs) most recently picked up his interim title in his last bout, beating former world champion Mark Magsayo via unanimous decision in a Fight of the Year candidate in March 2023.

A Las Vegas-native, Magdaleno (29-2, 18 KOs) will look to rebound from a decision defeat in his last fight against current featherweight titlist Raymond Ford.

In the card opener, undefeated WBA Welterweight Champion Eimantas Stanionis battles the unbeaten two-time Olympian Gabriel Maestre.

The 29-year-old Stanionis (14-0, 9 KOs) captured his interim belt in his most recent outing, defeating the previously unbeaten Radzhab Butaev via a hard-fought decision in April 2022.

Maestre (6-0-1, 5 KOs) delivered a dominant display last August as he blasted out the then-unbeaten rising prospect Travon Marshall in round two. His pro career has followed an extensive amateur run that included victories over Brian Castano, Carlos Adames, Alexander Besputin, Oscar Molina and Brian Ceballo.

By Darshan Desai

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