Canelo vs. Khan PPV: Price & How to Order on TV

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Saul “Canelo” Alvarez vs. Amir Khan may not be projected as a necessarily even fight, but it’s certainly a highly anticipated one.

Canelo, the new lineal middleweight champion after his win over Miguel Cotto in November, has quickly established himself as one of the most entertaining boxers in the world. Boasting overwhelming punching power, the 25-year-old has won 32 of his 46 fights via stoppage.

Khan, who has won five in a row after defeats to Lamont Peterson and Danny Garcia in 2011 and 2012, will counter Canelo’s power with speed, making for an alluring contrast of styles in the 12-round bout.

Again, Canelo is expected to roll in his first middleweight title defense, but this nevertheless remains one of the most compelling fights of the year. Here’s everything you need to know to order the PPV:


How to Order Canelo Alvarez vs. Amir Khan PPV

The Canelo vs. Khan PPV card costs $60 for standard definition and $70 for high definition.

To order the PPV, you’ll need to do so via your cable provider either by calling them or clicking on the following links:

Xfinity customers can order and find the channel here

DirecTV customers can order and find the channel here

Fios customers can order and find the channel here

Dish customers can order and find the channel here

Time Warner Cable customers can order and find the channel here

U-Verse customers can order and find the channel here

Cox customers can order and find the channel here

Note: If you don’t have a television or cable provider and are looking to watch a live stream of the PPV, you can click here for information on how to watch online.


Canelo Alvarez vs. Amir Khan Fight Card

Note: The first fight begins at 9 p.m. ET on PPV

Patrick Teixeira vs. Curtis Stevens, Middleweight, 10 rounds

Mauricio Herrera vs. Frankie Gomez, Welterweight, 10 rounds

David Lemieux vs. Glen Tapia, Middlweight, 10 rounds

Canelo Alvarez vs. Amir Khan, Catchweight (155 pounds), 12 rounds



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