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(HBO TV): Canelo vs Khan Live PPV Boxing Online

Hi Boxing World Watch Live Canelo vs Khan HBO TV Channel: Time, TV schedule and Online Streaming Fight. Boxing full fight coverage here for Canelo Alvarez vs. Amir Khan live on HBO PPV. Canelo vs. Khan airs live this Saturday, May 7.  Amir Khan faces the biggest test of his career on Saturday night when he travels to America to face Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez.Golden Boy Promotions will bring the fight to its fans live via the Internet, streaming the mega-fight between WBC, and lineal middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez and Amir Khan live (9 p.m. ET).  Watch Live HBO PPV Boxing

This is a fight that has certainly grabbed the interest of the boxing community, largely because of how out of left field it is. Canelo Alvarez is easily the sport’s biggest draw in the new post-Mayweather, post-Pacquiao era, with two middling PPVs in 2014, and then a big event to close out 2015 against Miguel Cotto. Now, the Middleweight champion, who refuses to fight at the Middleweight limit, takes on the even smaller Light Welterweight / Welterweight Amir Khan. The hype for this one is all about Canelo’s power vs. Khan’s speed, and that’s an interesting take, though it’s unclear if that speed will be enough to prevent Khan from being soundly beaten by the bigger man here. Still, it’s a fun, unique fight that will be interesting to see play out.

Also on the PPV card is David Lemieux vs. Glen Tapia. Lemieux was last seen on the losing end against GGG, but he’s a very fun knockout artist kind of fighter, as is Tapia. This should be short and sweet, and is most definitely worth tuning in early for. You also will see Mauricio Herrera vs. Frankie Gomez and Patrick Teixeira vs. Curtis Stevens in a pair of solid fights.

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Canelo Alvarez (46-1-1; 32 KO) vs. Amir Khan (31-3; 19 KO)
Catchweight (155 lbs.)

David Lemieux (34-3; 31 KO) vs. Glen Tapia (23-2; 15 KO)
Middleweight (160 lbs.)

Mauricio Herrera (22-5; 7 KO) vs. Frankie Gomez (20-0; 13 KO)
Welterweight (147 lbs.)

Patrick Teixeira (26-0; 22 KO) vs. Curtis Stevens (27-5; 20 KO)
Middleweight (160 lbs.)