On Saturday night, Miguel Cotto and Canelo Alvarez hit the ring for one of the most anticipated boxing fights of 2015. Canelo vs. Cotto headlines an HBO PPV broadcast that starts at 9:00 p.m. ET / 6:00 p.m. PT this Saturday, November 21. Bloody Elbow will have live coverage of Cotto vs. Canelo all night.
Cotto vs. Canelo live stream results and round-by-round online coverage
Before the PPV broadcast goes on the air, there is still plenty of boxing to take in, and we’ve got you covered there as well.
Come by Bloody Elbow right here Saturday night for a free live stream of the Cotto vs. Canelo preliminary undercard fights. The prelims start at 7:00 p.m. ET / 4:00 p.m. PT. You can watch them in the above video, or here on YouTube.
Headlining the undercard is a solid Bantamweight title fight pitting Randy Caballero against Lee Haskins. Outside of that one, it’s a card full of less experienced prospects, but that can be a lot of fun. With most of these fights scheduled for only four or six rounds, this should be an exciting, fast-paced way to start off the night.
Join us Saturday for Cotto vs. Canelo live on PPV, plus the free live stream of the Cotto vs. Canelo preliminary undercard.
COTTO VS. CANELO UNDERCARD FIGHT CARD
Randy Caballero (22-0; 13 KO) vs. Lee Haskins (32-3; 14 KO) – Bantamweight, 12 rounds (118 lbs.) Fight canceled after Caballero failed to make weight. Lee Haskins is now the new IBF champion.
Alberto Machado (11-0; 9 KO) vs. Tyrone Luckey (8-4-2; 6 KO) – Lightweight, 6 rounds (135 lbs.)
Zhang Zhilei (5-0; 3 KO) vs. Juan Goode (6-2; 5 KO) – Heavyweight, 4 rounds
Jose Martinez (15-0; 11 KO) vs. Oscar Mojica (8-0; 1 KO) – Junior Bantamweight, 6 rounds (115 lbs.)
Hector Tanajara (3-0; 2 KO) vs. Jose Fabian Naranjo (3-1-1; 1 KO) – Lightweight 4 rounds (135 lbs.)
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