Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo by the Numbers
A memorable fight is upon us – as all eyes descend on the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas as “Canelo“ Alvarez takes on Jermell Charlo, with the Mexican’s undisputed super middleweight crown on the line. Stay with Big Fight Weekend for information on how to stream, betting odds and the full fight card.
The highly anticipated fight will take place on September 30 in a contest that will attract a lot of attention. The buildup began when Alvarez and Charlo kicked off their media tour with a press conference in New York on August 15.
We have decided to give you a numerical breakdown of Saturday night’s fight.
Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo Fight by Numbers
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Build Up to Canelo vs. Charlo Fight by Numbers
1743 (on September 30) days since Charlo was last defeated – when he lost via unanimous decision to Tony Harrison, which remains his only professional career defeat.
16,632 hours: This is the number of hours it has been since “Canelo” defeated Caleb Plant via a brilliant eleventh-round TKO, which came from a superb left hook right uppercut combination. Alvarez closed in to drop Plant again, forcing the referee to call off the bout.
7 of 10: The number of wins for “Iron Man” by stoppage in his last ten fights, with the sole points decision win coming over Austin Trout, with the draw occurring against Brian Castano and the defeat coming against Harrison.
39 of 59: The number of wins “Canelo” has via stoppage from all his professional contests. The last stoppage win came against Plant on November 6, 2021.
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10.5: As per DraftKings, this will be the “Over/Under” on the number of rounds “Canelo” vs. Charlo will go on Saturday night. -300 is listed as the price we will most likely go to an eleventh round and possibly beyond.
Speaking on the odds, according to Draftkings, Alvarez will enter the bout as a -425 betting favourite. Charlo is the +310 underdog.
20,000: The official capacity listed for the T-Mobile Arena.
$84.99: The pay-per-view price for Alvarez vs. Charlo. The fight will be broadcast on Showtime PPV – while shown in the UK & Ireland to DAZN subscribers.
3: The number of high-profile fight cards happening on September 30. It appears many eyes will be on Alvarez against Charlo. But the Jai Opetaia vs. Jordan Thompson will be broadcast by DAZN, with the Caroline Dubois vs. Magali Rodriguez fight shown on Sky Sports.