Kovalev vs Canelo Fight is an upcoming professional boxing match between Canelo Álvarez and defending WBO light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev. The fight will take place at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada on November 2, 2019.
Kovalev vs Alvarez, Kovalev vs Alvarez Live Full Fight Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez steps into the ring on Saturday in Las Vegas looking to become a four-weight world champion against Sergey Kovalev.
The Mexican born fighter has already won titles at light middleweight, middleweight and super middleweight and will be stepping up two weight divisions for this weekends clash.
Known as ‘Krusher’, Canelo’s opponent in Sin City this time out will be 6ft tall Russian champ Sergey Kovalev. Best known for his trademark quick combos, Kovalev retained his belt in August following a stoppage win over Britain’s Anthony Yarde , bringing his record to 29 knockouts in 34 victories.
Canelo’s mastery of boxing has seen him notch up a fearsome pro record a fearsome 51-1-2, but can he make the leap up two weight divisions and score a victory over an experienced performer at this level?
Read on to find out how to live stream Canelo vs Kovalev fight from absolutely anywhere. Or, if you’re in North America, you can head straight to learn about the DAZN coverage of the big fight.
Live stream the Canelo vs Kovalev fight from outside your country
In the US, UK or Canada? Then scroll just a little further down this page and we’ll tell you who’s broadcasting the boxing from where you are.
But if you’re abroad this weekend then you’ll need another way to watch
How to watch Canelo Alvarez vs Sergey Kovalev: US live stream
Streaming service DAZN once again has the rights to some sought after boxing action and will be the exclusive broadcaster for Alvarez vs Kovalev in the US. This time the main fight should start at 10pm PT and 1am ET.
If you’re not already a subscriber, you can sign up to DAZN at its website. A contract will set you back $19.99 per month and the channel is promising ‘over 70 fight nights per year’ – that’s where a $99 one-year contract looks like far better value.
If signing up to DAZN appeals but you’re outside the US this weekend, then using a VPN will let you watch like you’re back at home.