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Mayweather vs Canelo and more: Boxing TV schedule and fight times for Sept. 10-14

Floyd Mayweather faces Canelo Alvarez this Saturday night. Here's how you can watch, plus schedules for other fights this week and Mayweather-Canelo live streams.


Tuesday, September 10

LIVE STREAM at, 5:00 pm EDT, MGM Grand Arrivals: Mayweather vs Canelo.

Wednesday, September 11

TBS (Japan), 8:00 am EDT, Kazuto Ioka vs Kwanthai Sithmorseng, Ryo Miyazaki vs Jesus Silvestre. These are a pair of WBA title fights in divisions too small to be seen on American television. Miyazaki-Silvestre matches top 10 ranked BLH fighters and should be good. Kwanthai is pretty solid too, but despite having 4x the fights of Ioka his resume is only 1/4th as strong.

LIVE STREAM at / CBS Sports Network, 4:00 pm EDT, Press Conference: Mayweather vs Canelo.

SHO, 8:30 pm EDT, All Access: Mayweather-Canelo (episode four).

Thursday, September 12

FOX Sports 3 (AUS), 6:00 am EDT, Czar Amonsot vs Steven Wills, Jeff Horn vs Samuel Colomban, Qamil Balla vs Jack Brubaker. You may recall Amonsot from his bloody war with Michael Katsidis back in 2007. Despite the fact that he probably should have hung up his gloves after that (which he did for a bit), he's still fighting, and he's winning fights. The really interesting fight here is 2012 Aussie Olympian Horn (3-0-1, 3 KO) taking on veteran Colomban (21-5, 10 KO) in a quick step up. Horn's draw was a technical draw last time out after a cut.

LIVE STREAM at / CBS Sports Network, 4:00 pm EDT, Press Conference: Garcia vs Matthysse, Smith vs Molina, Theophane vs Cano.

FOX Sports 2, 10 pm EDT, Shawn Porter vs Julio Diaz II, Badou Jack vs Marco Antonio Periban, Hugo Centeno Jr vs Julian Williams. With the rematch between Porter and Diaz being for the vacant USBA welterweight title you can expect an IBF world title shot for the winner in the not-too-distant-future. Now they just need to avoid drawing (again). Jack-Periban is interesting because the winner is a legit top 10 super middleweight and, with the help of the NABF title, can expect a WBC world title shot soon. Periban is actually coming off a narrow majority decision loss to Sakio Bika for said world title. And finally there's Centeno Jr vs Williams, matching two young junior middleweight prospects that just might be the future of the division. Given the lack of depth at junior middleweight, the winner can probably already be considered a true contender.

Friday, September 13

LIVE STREAM at / SHO / CBS Sports Network, 6:00 pm EDT, Weigh-In: Mayweather vs Canelo., 7:30 pm EDT, John Thompson vs Brandon Quarles, Denis Douglin vs Samuel Clarkson, Anthony Young vs James Harrison.

TyC Sports (ARG), 9:00 pm EDT, Daniela Romina Bermudez vs Judith Rodriguez, Roberto Bolonti vs Rodrigo Chavez.

TV Azteca (MEX), 11:30 pm EDT, Jose Pinzon vs Alan Campa, Eduardo Torres vs Armando Cruz.

Saturday, September 14

Channel 5 (UK), 3:00 pm EDT, Kid Galahad vs Jazza Dickens, Hughie Fury vs Shane McPhilbin, Chris Eubank Jr vs TBA. We might have live coverage for this one; there will be a thread at any rate, but live coverage will depend on what kind of time I have in the afternoon., 7:30 pm EDT, Chris Algieri vs Wilfredo Acuna, Joshua Clottey vs Dashon Johnson.

SHO, 8:00 pm EDT, Countdown Live: Mayweather vs Canelo.


SHO PPV (US) / BoxNation (UK) / Televisa (MEX) / Main Event PPV (AUS), 9:00 pm EDT, Floyd Mayweather vs Canelo Alvarez, Danny Garcia vs Lucas Matthysse, Ishe Smith vs Carlos Molina, Ashley Theophane vs Pablo Cesar Cano. I don't need to tell you about it! BLH will have live coverage.

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