Fresh off a victory in December, Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez (54-1, 2 draws) returns to the ring this weekend and 30-year-old is hot favourite to defend his WBC, WBA Super middleweight titles against Avni Yildirim (21-2).
Yildirim has been out of the ring for two years, losing his last outing against Anthony Dirrell in February 2019 by technical decision after 10-rounds. Canelo on the other hand put on a clean performance against Callum Smith to take home the unanimous decision.
Alvarez is paying 1.02 for the win while Turkish opponent sitting at 15.00 for the win according to Unibet, at the time of publishing.
The super-middleweight blockbuster will be streamed exclusively on DAZN.
Earlier this month the new streaming service rolled out in Australia and will feature a host of boxing’s biggest matchups
On days where blockbuster fights can cost over $50, the subscription price of $2.99 to see one of the best in the world in action is an absolute bargain.
For those looking at watching it on a more conventional method, then Mainevent PPV will also be showing the bout for the price of $29.95.
The bout will take place out of Miami, USA with the main card launching at 11am AEDT on Sunday, 28 February 2021. The main event between ‘Canelo’ and Smith is estimated to start around 2pm AEDT.
*Last Updated: 23 February 2021