Here we go!
Later on this evening (Sat., March 8, 2014) inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, boxing superstars Canelo Alvarez and Alfredo Angulo will slug it out in their super welterweight (155 pound) Showtime pay-per-view (PPV) non-title showdown.
"Canelo vs. Angulo" starts at roughly 9 p.m. ET with a live stream of the under card bouts, including Leo Santa Cruz vs. Cristian Mijares, who will collide in the super bantamweight (122 pounds) co-main event of the evening, while Jorge Linares vs. Nihito Arakawa go to war in lightweight (135 pound) action.
Unfortunately, Carlos Molina is headed to jail, forcing the cancellation of his light middleweight (154 pounds) bout against Jermall Charlo. The lightweight scrap between Ricardo Alvarez vs. Sergio Thompson takes its place.
Even with the loss of Molina's IBF junior middleweight title fight, it's still a blockbuster boxing bonanza airing on Showtime pay-per-view (PPV). MMAmania.com will have LIVE results, coverage and updates of "Canelo vs. Angulo" all night, starting with the Showtime broadcast at 9 p.m. ET RIGHT HERE.
To watch the pay-per-view (PPV), which, of course, features the big Canelo Alvarez vs. Alfredo Angulo prize fight in the main event, as well as the other aforementioned match ups, you can call up Comcast or your local cable and/or satellite provider (DirecTV, DISH Network, etc.) and order the show on your television. There is also a helpful and comprehensive list of cable providers featured on inDemand.com for your convenience.
International viewing options include, but are not limited to:
United States: Showtime PPV ($64.95-74.95)
United Kingdom: BoxNation (subscription)
Australia: Main Event PPV ($39.95)
Panama: RPC Channel 4
Denmark: TV 3 Sport 2
"Canelo vs. Angulo" will be unavailable to purchase online, unless you live in the United Kingdom, where LiveSport TV for BoxNation offers the option for its subscribers (more details here).
Of course, you can catch the combat sports action at a local sports bar, which you can search for in your area (in the United States) right here. And "Canelo vs. Angulo" is also available to watch in movie theaters across the nation in closed-circuit, a list that you can search right here.
However, if you need your "Canelo vs. Angulo" results as soon as possible, for free, MMAmania.com will deliver up-to-the-minute results and live fight coverage, including round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of all the Showtime PPV boxing action before, during and after the event RIGHT HERE.
More details on the "Canelo vs. Angulo" main card, who is fighting who, as well as how to keep yourself updated all night long, below:
155 lbs.: Alfredo Angulo vs. Saul Alvarez
122 lbs.: Leo Santa Cruz vs. Cristian Mijares
154 lbs.: Carlos Molina vs. Jermall Charlo
135 lbs.: Jorge Linares vs. Nihito Arakawa
135 lbs.: Ricardo Alvarez vs. Sergio Thompson
Watch a live stream of all the pre and post-fight festivities for "Canelo vs. Angulo" right here.
Remember, too, that our under card quick results will begin to flow around 7 p.m. ET later this evening and run right on through to our main card PPV coverage, which is set to start at 9 p.m. ET, from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Expect Canelo and Angulo to enter the squared circle around midnight.
To get up to speed on all the news and notes for "Canelo vs. Angulo" be sure to hit up our comprehensive event story stream right here.