Canelo vs Munguia date, time and how to watch live on US and UK TV

Canelo Alvarez is back and WILL take in his normal Cinco de Mayo weekend date with a fight vs fellow Mexican Jaime Munguia in Las Vegas.

The P4P megastar (60-2-2) will face Munguia (43-0) in a 12-round blockbuster for the undisputed super-middleweight championship of the world.

For a little while it appeared as though Alvarez was about to bolt from his deal with Al Haymon’s Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) to head for DAZN. Instead though he’ll effectively work with them both. Good news for TV viewers though.

Canelo vs Munguia TV and live stream

We now know the TV details for Canelo vs Munguia, and there are multiple PPV options for US fight fans. The bout will appear both on Amazon Prime Video (as part of that platform’s PBC partnership) AND on DAZN PPV. UK fans can catch the action on DAZN PPV.

When is Canelo vs Munguia?

Canelo vs Munguia will go down on Saturday May 4 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ring walks for the main event are expected to begin shortly after 8pm local time (PST). That is 11pm Eastern Standard Time and 4am on Sunday May 5 in the UK. That is 5am CET on Sunday May 5.

Latest betting odds

Canelo is a hot favourite at 1/5, with Munguia a 44/10 chance. The Draw is 16/1.


The weigh-in for Canelo vs Munguia will take place on Friday May 3 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. It is likely to be open to the public.

Canelo record

Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez, born in Guadalajara on July 18, 1990, is now 33 years old and has a professional record of 60-2-2 in 64 fights. Some 39 of his victories have come inside distance.

Alvarez has fought three times since his most recent defeat – that loss to Dmitry Bivol at light-heavyweight in May 2022. He outpointed Gennadiy Golovkin in their trilogy fight in September 2022, and registered easy decisions over John Ryder and Jermell Charlo in 2023.

Canelo is the current undisputed world super-middleweight champion – holding the IBF, WBA, WBC and WBO belts. All of them will be on the line vs Munguia in May.

Alvarez stands 5ft 8ins tall (1.73m) and has a reach of 70.5ins.

Munguia record

Jaime Munguia, born in Tijuana on October 6, 1996, is now 27 years old and has a professional record of 43-0. Some 34 of those wins have come inside distance. His most recent win was an impressive stoppage of Canelo victim John Ryder in late January 2024.

Munguia stands 6ft tall (1.83m) and has a reach of 72ins.

Who is fighting on the undercard?

There are no undercard details yet, but we will post them here as soon as announcements are forthcoming.