This Saturday February 27 will be the fight of Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez vs Avni Yildirim in Miami, and here in the Box Billboard, we tell you where to watch the fight live, on what channel and at what time.
The Canelo will seek to make the first defense of his super middleweight world champion titles CMB and of the AMB that will beat Callum smith last December, and will do so against the mandatory rival that the CMB has assigned him, the Turk Avni Yildirim.
Avni Yildirim He has a record of 21 wins, 2 losses and 12 knockouts, coming off a controversial technical decision against Anthony Dirrell on February 23, 2019. That is, he hasn’t fought for two years. Yildirim is trained by the Mexican Joel diaz, who assures that his style has changed, and that it will be a threat to him Canelo.
So here in the Box Billboard we tell you where to watch the Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez vs. Avni Yildirim fight live, on which channel and at what time.
Canelo vs Yildirim live on DAZN for the entire continent, except Mexico
The platform DAZN announces that it will have live the Canelo vs Yildirim fight for the entire continent, except Mexico. In United States, DAZN will have the exclusive broadcast of the fight. What’s more, DAZN carry Canelo vs Yildirim in all Latin American countries where it has coverage, with the exception of Mexico.
By following this link you can subscribe to DAZN throughout Latin America, for less than $ 3 a month, and enjoy a string of well-nourished weekends of good boxing.
ESPN will broadcast for all of Latin America
ESPN Knockout is another option to see live the fight between the Canelo Alvarez Y Avni Yildirim. In your social networks, ESPN is announcing that it will broadcast the fight to all of Latin America, including Mexico.
Only 3 days left !!
This Saturday ?LIVE? by #ESPNKnockOut for all Latin America
? Canelo Álvarez ?? vs Avni Yildirim ?? (World Unified ? WBC & WBA super middle)
? Rey Martínez ?? vs McWilliams Arroyo ?? (World ? WBC fly)
? And more!
Do not miss it! pic.twitter.com/YT88Vj5kON
– ESPN KnockOut (@ESPNKnockOut) February 24, 2021
Box Azteca will broadcast for Mexico
For Mexico, in an open signal, it will be Box Azteca one of the options for watch Canelo vs Yildirim fight. Box Azteca is inviting your broadcast from 9 pm.
? February 27
⌚ 9:00 PM
? Azteca 7
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All the info: https://t.co/LuT5EQMSNC pic.twitter.com/Lu11bGLg5l
– Box Azteca (@ BoxAzteca7) February 22, 2021
TUDN will also broadcast for Mexico
TUDN, of Televisa, will also broadcast the Canelo vs Avni Yildirim fight in open signal for all Mexico. The broadcast is scheduled to begin at 9 PM.
From bell to bell, the best of boxing for you ?
– TUDN MEX (@TUDNMEX) February 24, 2021