Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo: How to Watch & Stream the PPV Boxing Match from Anywhere

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Canelo Alvarez and Jermell Charlo will meet in the ring on Saturday (Sept. 30), for a highly-anticipated boxing match live from T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas.

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Alvarez, the 33-year-old super middleweight world title holder, will attempt to defend his undisputed title against undisputed middleweight world champion Charlo, also 33.

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Both boxers weigh 164.7 pounds, but they differ in height (Alvarez is 5 feet 11 inches tall while Charlo stands 5 feet 8 inches).

“I feel fresh, I feel young and I feel strong,” Alvarez told ESPN earlier in the week. “I feel in my prime, and you will see Saturday.”

“Canelo is a different type of fighter that you just don’t take for granted,” Charlo told ESPN. “He’s done everything in the sport of boxing. He has nothing to prove, everything to gain to me.”

“He’s calling me out for a long time, for 10 years maybe, and he never believe in my skills,” Canelo added. “These kind of fights, big fights, motivate [me].”

“I think right now I feel 100 percent confident with my hand, and that’s all matters,” said Alvarez in reference to undergoing surgery last year for a hand injury. “When you feel confident, it’s something else. And you will see Saturday night because I can say a lot of things right now, this and that, but at the end of the day, Saturday, you’re going to see.”

Read on for ticketing information and other details.

Where to Get Tickets to Canelo vs. Charlo

Canelo vs. Charlo fight is expected to be one of the hottest tickets in Sin City. The cheapest tickets that we’ve found online are priced at $265 and up. Tickets are available at Vivid Seat, StubHub, Ticketmaster and TicketSmarter. Click below to purchase tickets.

Canelo vs. Charlo Tickets

Keep reading for ways to watch and stream the boxing match from anywhere.

Best Ways to Watch Canelo vs. Charlo Online

The marquee fight between Charlo and Alvarez is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

Where can you watch the fight online? The PPV bout will be available on Showtime PPV for $84.99 — no subscription necessary to purchase the fight. However, if you’ve been interested in Paramount+ with Showtime, subscribe today and enjoy a free trial for the first week ($11.99/month after the free trial ends). The subscription lets you stream a huge selection of movies, TV, sporting events and more for one low price. You can also stream Showtime boxing matches and tons of boxing movies on Prime Video.

You have the option of watching the fight on TV or streaming on your computer, phone and other compatible devices.

Where else can you watch Charlo vs. Canelo? It’ll be available on, DirecTV, Dish, Sling, Xfinity, Spectrum, Verizon Fios, Frontier, U-Verse and Mediacom.

DirecTV offers free access to Showtime, Max and other channels when you subscribe to the Premier package. You’ll also get a free trial at sign up regardless of the streaming package that you choose.

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Additionally, customers who subscribe to DirecTV under a 24/month agreement will receive up to $450 in gift cards (current DirecTV customers can add Showtime for 50% off). The special offer ends Oct. 2. Click above to launch your free trial. Use ExpressVPN and NordVPN to access streaming platforms, live channels and more internationally.

Who else is featured on the Canelo vs. Charlo fight card? The undercard will feature Jesus “Mono” Ramos Jr. vs. Erickson “Hammer” Lubin, Yordenis Ugas vs. Mario “El Azteca” Barrios and Elijah Garcia vs. Armando Reséndiz.

For more boxing content, check out the special episode of Showtime Boxing’s All Access featuring Alvarez and Charlo.