!!Today good News,! to watch Canelo Alvarez vs Julio Cesar Chavez Jr: What time is the fight, what TV channel is it on and who is fighting on the undercard. With national pride on the line, no doubt both boxers will leave everything in the ring, and who hasd the biggest heart could certainly come into play. usa boxing best games Negotiations began soon after for a potential HBO PPV fight to take place between Chávez Jr. and Canelo Álvarez in 2017 on the Cinco de Mayo weekend, as there was interest from both sides that a fight take place.
CESAR CHAVEZ JR VS ALVAREZ LIVE BOXING
Sat, May 06, 2017
T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
TIME: 9pm ET HBO PPV
watch Julio Cesar Chavez Sr. spoke on December 18 about the ongoing negotiations saying Golden Boy were offering his son a small amount for the potential big ppv fight. He went on to claim his son was offered a $5m purse with no mention he would get a cut of the ppv revenue, a counter offer was submitted. A rematch clause was also discussed, which Chavez Jr. and his team had no problem with. Chavez Sr. went on to admit that he was fully aware Álvarez is the A-side in the fight, and would settle for no less than 30-35% of the full revenue. On December 24, Álvarez and his team gave Chavez a week to accept the terms, which included a purse of $7m, or he would consider other options. On January 12, 2017 De La Hoya and Álvarez called for the contract to be signed, which was supposedly sent to Al Haymon, who advises Chavez Jr. and urged him to sign it. A day later, Chavez Jr. claimed he had agreed all the demands set by Álvarez and was said that he would sign the contract.
What TV channel will be showing Canelo Alvarez v Julio Cesar Chavez Jr The fear here is that Lemieux (37-3, 33 KO) is being groomed to face Canelo vs Alvarez live in September, rather than Alvarez facing Gennady Golovkin. That all depends on Canelo winning, of course, but there’s no doubt that making Canelo-Lemieux would require less effort and compromise than fighting Golovkin. A rematch clause was also put in place if Chavez Jr. wins the fight and another clause for every pound Chavez Jr. weighs over the limit, he would be fined $1 million.