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Canelo Alvarez vs. John Ryder: Live Round By Round Scoring And Result

Canelo Alvarez vs. John Ryder: Live Round By Round Scoring And Result

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Canelo Alvarez vs. John Ryder: Live Round By Round Scoring And Result

Melina Pizano- Matchroom Boxing

Canelo Alvarez vs. John Ryder: Live Round By Round Scoring And Result

Coming up tonight in Guadalajara, Mexico, Canelo Alvarez vs. John Ryder will stream live on PPV. BFW has your live round-by-round scoring and fight results.

One of boxing’s biggest stars is back in action and for the first time in his home country in over a decade. This as future hall of famer Canelo Alvarez returns on PPV. Canelo (58-2-2, 39 KOs) will face England’s John Ryder (32-5, 18 KOs) in a battle with Alvarez favored to get a convincing win. Can Ryder hang in or will this be a triumphant return for Canelo in front of over 50,000 of his home fans in. the Estadio Akron (Akron soccer stadium),

For those not able to catch the Canelo-Ryder fight on PPV, Big Fight Weekend has you covered for live round-by-round scoring and fight results.


Per BetMGM, Canelo Alvarez is the favorite at -1600, and John Ryder is the underdog at +800.

Canelo Alvarez: Decision +300; KO/TKO -300

Draw: +2500

John Ryder: Decision +1800; KO/TKO +1400

Live betting of Canelo-Ryder through BetMGM is available.


Round One: 

After a lengthy ring walk show for Canelo of over four minutes and long intros, the bout gets underway. Canelo stalks Ryder most of the first round scoring with single rights and a couple of lefts to the body. Ryder out of southpaw stance crowds Canelo on the ropes halfway through the round but doesn’t score effectively. Good right by Canelo in final :30 by Canelo.

BFW scores round one 10-9 Canelo

Round Two:

Canelo still moving forward lands a lead left. Still looking to score with left hooks to body. 1-2 combo lands through Canelo guard for Ryder. Canelo more aggressive late in round. Not much action.

BFW gives round two to Canelo 10-9

Round Three:

Alvarez scores immediate big right that busts Ryder’s nose open. Big blood flow. Canelo lands several more time effectively with Ryder bleeding throughout the round. Champion’s best round so far.

10-9 again Canelo on BFW card

Round Four:

Still aggressive, Canelo backs up the Englishman with a right left. Canelo also scores with a left to the body. Ryder still bleeding badly from the nose and staying on the ropes. Alvarez scores a hard right late in the round. It’s a shutout so far.

Canelo wins round four 10-9

Round Five:

Canelo scores first knockdown of fight with a hard left jab and a booming straight right hand. Ryder takes the eight count and is actually firing straight lefts back. Canelo stalking scores to body but cannot follow up the knockdown with anymore.

Canelo wins round five 10-8

Here’s the video of the Canelo knockdown,

Round Six:

John Ryder to his credit is aggressive in this round scoring with a double left. Canelo still measures the challenger and scores a hard right. Ryder nose bleeding badly again. Ryder scores a left. Canelo scores to the body late in the round. Another one two by Canelo late wins the round, again.

BFW scores round six 10-9 Canelo

Round Seven:

Canelo still in control moving forward. Ryder scores with a straight left. Canelo scores repeatedly with single rights. He again opens blood from Ryder’s nose. Ryder bleeding and staggering at times. Canelo again scores single lefts to the body. He continues to out land Ryder

BFW still has it a shutout 10-9 Canelo

Round Eight:

To his credit Ryder still aggressive and throwing some straight lefts. Canelo still composed and still scoring with hard rights. Alvarez lands a 1-2 combo midway through the round. Late in the round Canelo scores a hard right and Ryder is down but referee Michael Griffin says it’s a trip after the punch. The bell rings right after.

Canelo again does more and wins round eight 10-9

Round Nine:

Best action of the fight late. Canelo scoring big rights staggers Ryder twice. Ryder fires back and is to be credited for heart and guts to stay up and keep fighting. Still too much Canelo. He’s landing harder shots.

10-9 Canelo again in this one

Round Ten:

Canelo still moving forward. Ryder lands occasionally with lead left. Canelo still scoring with left jab followed by straight right hand. Good exchange with both fighters scoring late in the round. Not much action in this frame.

BFW gives Ryder his first round of bout 10-9

Round Eleven:

Canelo still stalking and still scoring with the straight right single shot. Ryder lands right jab-left. It’s still Canelo’s fight, as he lands to the body. Canelo too physical. He wins this one.

BFW scores 10-9 Canelo

Round Twelve:

Canelo remains the initiator of the contact with his jab and shots to the body. Ryder lands a straight right. Canelo still scoring with lefts to the body. Ryder fights hard to the end and scores a couple of shots. A close round. We’ll give to the challenger.

BFW scores the final found 10-9 Ryder.

However, the fight is 10-2 in rounds for Canelo with a 10-8 fifth round for a final BFW score of 118-109.

Here’s a look a the actual round by round cards of the judges:


Officially, Canelo retains the undisputed 168 lb. title on a unanimous decision of the judges by scores of 120-107 and 118-109 on the other two cards.

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A veteran broadcaster of over 25 years, T.J. has been a fight fan longer than that! He’s the host of the “Big Fight Weekend” podcast and will go “toe to toe” with anyone who thinks that Marvin Hagler beat Sugar Ray Leonard or that Tyson, Lennox Lewis or Deontay Wilder could have beaten Ali!

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