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Canelo vs Jacobs Live Stream: How to Watch Online

Canelo vs Jacobs Live Stream


You can sign up for DAZN and watch Canelo vs Jacobs right here. More information can be found below

Boxing champions Canelo Alvarez and Daniel Jacobs will fight for various middleweight titles on Saturday at T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada.

The main card is scheduled to start at 9 p.m. ET, and Canelo vs Jacobs is expected to be around 11:30 p.m. ET. It won’t be on TV or PPV in the US, but you can watch a live stream of Canelo vs Jacobs exclusively on DAZN, which has two different sign-up options.

You can start a monthly subscription of DAZN for $19.99 right here. It’s automatically renewed at that price each month, but you’re able to cancel anytime.

Or you can start a yearly subscription for $99.99 right here. Obviously, if you plan on keeping DAZN long-term, this is the far superior value and better long-term investment (especially with Golovkin and Joshua also fighting exclusively on DAZN now), as it comes out to about $8.33 per month.

Once you’ve signed up for DAZN, you can watch the complete Canelo vs Jacobs card live on your computer via DAZN.com, or on your phone, tablet, smart TV, Roku, Xbox One, or other streaming device via the DAZN app.

And if you can’t watch live, you’ll be able to watch the fight on-demand via DAZN, as well.

Canelo vs Jacobs Preview

After a notably cordial few weeks between between the fighters, sparks finally flew when Canelo (51-1-2, 35 KOs) and Jacobs (35-2, 29 KO) went forehead-to-forehead during Friday night’s weigh-in. Canelo got a shove in before both fighters were held back by their camps.

“I see fear, and that was fear right there what he did,” Canelo said afterward through a translator, according to The Guardian. “For me and my people, my team and for my fans, it’s very important [to win]. This is the challenge we have, but I’m ready for it, and we’re going to win.”

Oh yeah, both fighters made weight, too — Canelo at 159.5 pounds and Jacobs at 160.

“Emotions flying high. I ain’t never backed down from a challenge in my life,” Jacobs said, per The Guardian. “I’m from Brownsville [in Brooklyn, New York]. I never did, and I never will. Listen, this is the opportunity of a lifetime. I feel like I’m the best middleweight in the world, and that motherfucker right there, he gonna get it. … Let’s do this Saturday night! Period! Bumping me with that big-ass head, it’s time to put on.”

The WBC, WBA, and lineal titles, owned by Canelo, and the IBF title, owned by Jacobs, are on the line.

“I’ve never seen Canelo Alvarez react like that before. It was surprising,” Jacobs’ promoter Eddie Hearn told Sky Sports. “I think they both instigated it, to be honest with you, but it surprised me that Canelo even wanted to engage like that. You saw it a little bit in the [Gennady Golovkin rematch], but this seemed like a more fiery Canelo Alvarez.

“I don’t know if that’s good news or bad news for Danny Jacobs, but he’s definitely rattled. Whether that ups his performance or makes him nervous, I don’t know, but it’s a nice little twist and a nice edge to this very important fight tomorrow night.”

Earlier in the week, Jacobs told Fight Hub TV he expected to win via knockout: “I still envision that, absolutely. And I think it’s a strong possibility. I mean, you guys know that if I have a guy hurt I know how to get him out of there. My record speaks for itself so I know how to go in there and get the job done. But Canelo Alvarez deserves respect because he’s a champion and his offensive onslaught is through the roof. I’ve always admitted that but I also just think I’m the better fighter and I can be better that night if I use my best attributes. I’m not going in there looking for the knockout, see that’s the difference.”

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