Canelo Alvarez vs. Austin Trout: Watch Live Stream of Showtime Boxing Online for Results; Preview
If you are a fan of the sport of boxing, chances are you have been looking forward to Saturday night's Showtime boxing card for quite some time. On Saturday, you will see the return of Saul Canelo Alvarez and Austin "No Doubt" Trout when they face each other in one of the most highly anticipated boxing matches of the year. The Fight card can be seen on Showtime at 10 p.m. EDT. However, if you are unable to watch the fight on TV, you can watch the live stream online by clicking here, but please do so at your own risk.
As we mentioned in the introduction to this live stream article, boxing fans have been waiting for this Canelo Alvarez vs. Austin Trout time for months. People were actually shocked that these two fighters agreed to face off. Both are in the primes of their careers and undefeated. Canelo Alvarez is expected to carry the torch for boxing for the next five or 10 years. However, Canelo has never faced an opponent as talented as Austin Trout. The last time we saw Trout, he was giving the legendary Miguel Cotto a boxing lesson.
Canelo Alvarez has built an unbelievable overall record with 41 wins and zero losses. He has 30 victories coming by way of knockout. Austin Trout also has a perfect record, but he does not have as many professional fights. He sits with 26 wins, 14 of which came by way of knockout. Trout will have a one-inch reach advantage when these two go toe-to-toe on Saturday night.
This is one of those boxing fights that we believe is nearly impossible to predict. We could make a solid case as to why either fighter could get the win on Saturday night. All we know for sure is that this will be one heck of a boxing match that you will not want to miss.
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