What time does Canelo vs Ryder start in UK and US this weekend?

Saul “Canelo” Alvarez takes on John Ryder in Mexico on Saturday, putting the undisputed super-middleweight titles on the line on Cinco de Mayo weekend.

Alvarez, 32, bounced back from his first loss in nine years – a points defeat by Dmitry Bivol – by securing a decision win over Gennady Golovkin in September.

With that victory, the Mexican retained his undisputed titles, which he will now defend against Ryder in Guadalajara.

Last time out, the Briton, 34, stopped Zach Parker to become interim WBO world champion. Now, six months on, he faces his toughest test yet.

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When is it?

The fight will take place on Saturday 6 May at the Estadio Akron in Guadalajara, Mexico.

The main card is scheduled to begin at 12am BST on Sunday 7 May (4pm PT, 6pm CT, 7pm ET on Saturday).

Ring walks for the main event are expected at approximately 4am BST on Sunday (8pm PT, 10pm CT, 11pm ET on Saturday).

How can I watch it?

The event will stream live on subscription service Dazn in the UK and worldwide, and on Dazn pay-per-view in the US and Canada.


Canelo – 1/12

Ryder – 13/2

Draw – 22/1

Full odds via Betway.

Full card (subject to change)

John Ryder after winning the WBO International super-middleweight title (Zac Goodwin/PA) (PA Wire)
John Ryder after winning the WBO International super-middleweight title (Zac Goodwin/PA) (PA Wire)

Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (C) vs John Ryder (WBA [Super], WBC, IBF and WBO super-middleweight titles)

Julio Cesar Martinez (C) vs Ronal Batista (WBC flyweight title)

Steve Spark (C) vs Gabriel Gollaz Valenzuela (WBA Intercontinental super-lightweight title)

Nathan Devon Rodriguez vs Alexander Mejia (featherweight)

Oleksandr Gvozdyk vs Ricards Bolotniks (super-middleweight)

Bek Nurmaganbet vs Argenis Espana (super-middleweight)

Lawrence King vs Elio German Rafael (super-welterweight)

Johansen Alvarez Suarez vs Johan Rodriguez Arreguin (super-featherweight)

Abilkhan Amankul vs Jesus Moroyoqui Palomares (middleweight)

Carlos Emiliano Rojo vs Fabian Trejo Rivera (super-welterweight)

Jesus Larios vs Alejandro Curiel (featherweight)

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