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Live Miguel Cotto vs. Canelo Alvarez results here tonight

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Follow Along with our Live Canelo Alvarez vs. Miguel Cotto Results & Round by Round Blog

Tonight is the night, as Miguel Cotto and Canelo Alvarez square off live from Las Vegas, Nevada, as the headline event on HBO pay-per-view As always with the big events and PPVs, ProBoxing-Fans.com is the best place to be online, with continuously updated, highly detailed, live coverage of the Cotto vs. Canelo results and the entire undercard.

To be clear, Cotto vs. Canelo is not for our middleweight championship. The fight is being fought at a catchweight, enforced beneath the division’s limit. That’s why we stripped Cotto, and named the winner of the Golovkin vs. Lemieux fight our middleweight kingpin. Either way, hopefully we see the winner of this fight take on Golovkin in the near future, although Floyd Mayweather’s name will be in the mix for a rematch against both.

This fight is the classic match between aged, wise veteran, utilizing his wits and skills, against young, hungry lion, looking to power his way through and take over in full. It’s also a classic match in another way – as it’s the latest high profile Mexico vs. Puerto Rico boxing match, which always manages to add extra fuel to the fire.

Will Cotto be able to survive Canelo’s power, and his work rate? What does Freddie Roach have in store for the game plan? Will Canelo step up to the plate in his biggest moment since the one-sided defeat to Mayweather? Just a few of the questions to consider here on fight night.

As for the undercard, Guillermo Rigondeaux has just been added. He’s taking on Filipino Drian Francisco. There’s also a super featherweight fight between Takashi Miura, and unbeaten Francisco Vargas, as well as a bantamweight fight between unbeaten Randy Caballero, and Lee Haskins. Also on the undercard will be Jayson Velez vs. Ronny Rios.

Cotto vs. Canelo Fight Time

The Cotto vs. Canelo HBO pay-per-view begins at 9pm Eastern. As usual, with the lineup of three undercard bouts proceeding the main event, it’s likely that the Cotto vs. Canelo fight time will itself come your way closer to midnight.

But there’s no reason to wait until then to begin following along with our all night updates and coverage. So pop on over to our blog to check out the coverage of the undercard leading up to the live Cotto vs. Canelo results!