Canelo vs. Chavez live stream:

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Canelo Alvarez is the favorite to win Saturday’s massive fight against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., but a whole lot can happen when two fighters with 50-plus fights enter the ring after a prolonged build-up. The fight has been on the cards for a long time, and the two have thrown barbs at each other in the media for some time now.

Saturday’s HBO Boxing pay-per-view is presented by Golden Boy Promotions and will begin at 9 p.m. ET. Ordering the pay-per-view will set you back $69.99 in the United States, but the main card features four big fights, including the fight for the lineal middleweight title between Canelo and Chavez.

Those hoping to watch the fight online can do so via Golden Boy. A preliminary card featuring several other fights will begin earlier in the day and will be streamed live on YouTube.

Chavez has had 54 career fights, just a couple more than Alvarez, who has 50. But Chavez seems to have more wear on him and his conditioning has been called into question at this stage of his career. But he’s got 32 knockout wins and is still a legendary fighter.

Alvarez, though, has 48 wins with just one loss — that loss being to Floyd Mayweather Jr. Alvarez has otherwise been flawless, save for a single draw to his name early in his career. He’s won six fights since the loss to Mayweather.

It should be an excellent fight between two warriors, but most think Alvarez will come out of it on top. If Chavez is at the top of his game though, then Alvarez could be in trouble.

Below is all you need to know to watch the card on television and online, as well as a full fight card for the event out of T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

How to watch Canelo vs. Chavez

Date: Saturday, May 6
Location: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas
Time: 7 p.m. ET (preliminary), 9 p.m. ET (PPV)
Online Streaming: YouTube (preliminary), PPV

Full fight card

PPV Card

Super middleweight: Canelo Alvarez (48-1-1) vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (50-2-1)
Middleweight: David Lemieux (37-3) vs. Marcos Reyes (35-4)
Welterweights: Lucas Matthysse (37-4) vs. Emmanuel Taylor (20-4)
Featherweight: Joseph Diaz Jr. (23-0) vs. Manuel “Tino” Avila (22-0)

YouTube preliminary card

Ronny Rios (27-1) vs. Daniel Noriega (30-10-1)
Ryan Garcia (8-0) vs. Tyrone Luckey (8-6-3)
Marlen Esparza (1-0) vs. Samantha Salazar (2-3-1)
Raul Curiel vs. Jesus Sanchez (2-1)
Joseph Aguirre (16-0) vs. Angel Aispuro (8-4-2)