The WBA light heavyweight title will be on the to be decided when the two champs face on the ring in Las Vegas on Saturday night
Alvarez will face unbeaten Björn Bivol to defend Bivol’s WBA lightweight title live at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The live coverage starts around 8.30 p.m. The main event will begin streamed only through DAZN PPV.
You’ll need either a $19.99 monthly or $149.99 annually to DAZN to be able to purchase the show for an additional $59.99.
Canelo has championships in 4 divisions and has unification of Super Middleweight in only 11 months. The last time he fought was in November when he defeated Caleb Plant. The last time Bivol fought took place in December when he fought Umar Salamov.
Dmitry Bivol has been clinging to the WBA title for quite a while however it appears the fight is coming to an end this evening. Alvarez is moving into a higher weight class, but it’s not a new area for Bivol. In the year 2019, he was promoted to a light heavyweight in his fight with Sergey Kovalev. He was victorious with a knockout victory in the eleventh of the round. Alvarez prefers to knock down his opponents and is likely to succeed in at it against Bivol. Bivol is strong and athletic at the core, but he’s not in the Canelo’s league.