It was billed as a battle but what fans mostly saw was a one-sided beating as Canelo Alvarez thoroughly dominated countryman Alfredo Angulo en route to a 10th-round stoppage.
RingTV.com will have a live, round-by-round blog of tonight’s junior middleweight bout between Canelo Alvarez and Alfredo Angulo at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Check here for updates once the card begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT.
Photos from the scales the day before ‘Toe to Toe’ at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Canelo Alvarez, Alfredo Angulo and others weigh in.
Alfredo Angulo’s trainer, Virgil Hunter, said he’s got a feeling Saturday’s event will be more about what the fighters do in the ring than what is said in the corners, and implored the referee to “just let them go.”
Canelo Alvarez, Alfredo Angulo and other combatants on the ‘Toe to Toe’ card squared off onstage for the last time before Saturday’s opening bell at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Showtime will air the second episode of ‘All-Access: Canelo Vs. Angluo’ tonight on at 10 p.m. ET/PT in advance of the pay-per-view clash between former RING 154-pound champion Canelo Alvarez and junior middleweight contender Alfredo Angulo on March 8.
Lightweight titleholder Omar Figueroa on his March 8 bout: “If the knockout doesn’t come, and if I happen to hurt my hands again, then I’m mentally strong and I can adjust, and I know that I can go 12 rounds and win this fight.”
Alfredo Angulo has been sparring with Amir Khan under the guidance of mutual trainer Virgil Hunter in preparation for his March 8 junior middleweight bout with Canelo Alvarez.
Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer has announced that the four-bout Showtime Pay Per View card to be headlined by former RING 154-pound champion Canelo Alvarez and junior middleweight contender Alfredo Angulo will be broadcast live to select theaters nationwide on March 8.
The lightweight fight between Jorge Linares and Nihito Arakawa will air live on Showtime on March 8 in advance of Golden Boy Promotions’s four-bout pay-per-view show headlined by Canelo Alvarez and Alfredo Angulo from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
The four-bout Showtime Pay Per View card headlined by the Canelo Alvarez-Alfredo Angulo fight on March 8 has been finalized, according to Richard Schaefer. Two title bouts, Leo Santa Cruz-Cristian Mijares and Carlos Molina-Jermall Charlo, are now on the televised part of show at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
When Canelo Alvarez faces Alfredo Angulo on March 8, he’ll share the card with his older brother Ricardo, who could match up with lightweight contender Omar Figueroa.