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Are you ready to witness boxing history being made in Las Vegas today? Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez’s bids to become the first boxer to unify the Super-Middleweight. So read on as we explain all the details you need on how to watch a Canelo Alvarez vs Caleb Plant live stream and catch all the boxing action online from anywhere in the world – and where you can do so on the cheap and for free!
A spectacle for boxing purists and casual fight fans alike, today’s huge title unification bout is one not to be missed. Many think it’s written in the stars, but a Canelo victory is no foregone conclusion with undefeated IBF world champion Caleb Plant standing in his way. These two do not like each other one bit and the Mexican icon drew blood a little early, planting one on his opponent’s face at their press conference after reacting badly to something the American said.
Plant swung and missed, and was left with a cut below his right eye. Considering the damage that Canelo inflicted on Billy Joe Saunders in May, that was just a hint at what’s to come.
The Mexican fractured Saunders’ eye socket, forcing the British star to retire in the eighth, and if Plant manages to get under his skin again this could get very tasty indeed.
As well as being two years younger than Canelo, the American has considerable height and reach advantages, which could go some way to balancing the scales.
History is going to be made either way this weekend, so follow our guide below to watch a Canelo vs Plant live stream online from anywhere.
Alvarez, 31, has been unstoppable since suffering the only defeat on his record, against Floyd Mayweather in 2013. The only blemish since then was a controversial draw with Gennady Golovkin in 2017, but that is the only one of the 11 title fights he has failed to win since the Mayweather defeat.
Those title wins have come across four divisions – light middleweight, middleweight, super-middleweight and light heavyweight – and the fighter considered by many as the best in the world is showing no signs of slowing down.
Plant, with a remarkable 56-1-2 record, is a formidable opponent, though, with plenty of ring intelligence – and he has managed to get under Alvarez’s skin.
The American, who has a record of 21 wins, 12 knockouts and no defeats, has a slight height and reach advantage standing at 6ft 1in with a 74in reach.
More often that not, however, Alvarez has been the shorter man in his fights, at 5ft 9in, and is yet to experience any real issues with fighting a taller opponent.
Plant’s co-trainer Justin Gamber has insisted his fighter can use his physical advantages against Alvarez, but the three-belt champion has already demonstrated a superb chin against heavy hitter Golovkin and at light heavyweight against Sergey Kovalev.
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He is not known for his power punches, though, meaning he will be relying heavily on his excellent movement and boxing skills to upset the odds against Alvarez.
The jab, as always, is likely to play a big part as Plant looks to keep Alvarez off him as much as possible. Alvarez has shown a willingness to walk through an opponent’s jab to attack the head and body at close range, however.
It is likely to be a fascinating bout with Plant’s tactics key against a fighter many expect to cruise to the 57th victory of his career.