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HBO’s 2 Days with Canelo Alvarez debuts Oct 24th; Cotto vs. Canelo closed circuit tickets on sale today

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HBO Sports debuts an all-new installment of “2 Days” when the feature segment returns Saturday, Oct. 24 at 12:15 a.m. with a behind-the-scenes look at boxing sensation Canelo Alvarez, one of the sweet science’s brightest superstars.

“2 Days” is a revealing and intimate look at a 48-hour span in the life of a boxer in the lead-up to one of his fights and the next edition will focus on Mexican native Canelo Alvarez. HBO cameras followed the 25-year-old powerhouse puncher — who has ended 32 of his 47 pro fights in knockout fashion –prior to his first fight of 2015 when he met James Kirkland in a thrilling World Championship Boxing event at Minute Maid Park in Houston, TX.

Canelo’s charisma coupled with his fan-friendly firepower in the ring and a commitment to challenging the game’s elite warriors has made him one of the sport’s top attractions.

Canelo is slated to return to the ring on Saturday, Nov. 21 when he challenges middleweight title-holder Miguel Cotto for the lineal 160-pound world championship at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. The event will be carried live on HBO Pay-Per-View at 9:00 p.m. ET.

Cotto vs. Canelo Closed Circuit Tickets on Sale Today

Due to high demand from fans across the country, tickets for closed circuit viewings for Cotto vs. Canelo go on sale today, Friday, October 9, 2015 at 1 p.m.PT. Tickets for closed circuit viewings of Cotto vs. Canelo are priced at $75, not including applicable service charges, and can be purchased at all MGM Resorts International Ticket Offices or Ticketmaster.com.

Cotto vs. Canelo, a fight for the fans, has proven to be the hottest ticket in town for Las Vegas on Saturday, Nov. 21. Fans unable to purchase tickets to see the fight at the Mandalay Bay Events Center will have the opportunity to experience an exciting night of boxing live in Las Vegas in an electrifying setting side-by-side with other fight fans at closed circuit viewings.

Locations for the closed circuit viewing of Cotto vs. Canelo will include Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino; MGM Grand Hotel & Casino; and The Mirage Hotel & Casino.