Madison Square Gardens is known to be home to many great fights, and yet another one is coming up in the same location. Yes – we’re talking about no other fight than the one between Fielding and Canelo.
This match could not have been better picked, pitting two middleweight category heavy weights (excuse the pun) against one another. This is the kind of fight that sells tickets, and one you never want to be told about.
In this piece, we are going to ensure you know everything possible about the Alvarez vs Fielding match so that you never miss out on any of the action
Like we have mentioned earlier, Madison Square Gardens is the place where all the action will be happening live. The game has also been slated to hold on the 15th of December – just the perfect way to create the hype around the year’s end before the holidays kick in.
Whether you are going to be on location for the fight or streaming online, the live action stars by 9:00 pm (Eastern Time). That leaves just enough time to ensure the fighters can go all the 12 rounds of 3 minutes each. Provided someone doesn’t go to the mat and fails to stand up before then, that is.
Canelo is no newbie to the boxing ring. Even though he is just 28 years old, he has entered the boxing ring a massive 53 times in all. Of these, he has made the opponent bite the dust on 50 occasions.
An impressive 34 of those came from knockouts which puts more authority into his style. However, it should also be noted that he has slipped to defeat on one occasion, drawing the last two games to make up the total bunch.
Even at that, though, Canelo will be brimming with confidence in the ring. That is to be expected, having defeated Gennady Golokovin to claim the WBA and WBC middleweight championship belts in his last fight.
Fielding might be older than Canelo, but that doesn’t reflect on his record. He has only been involved in 28 fights, but he has the same record when it comes to losses – suffering one too. Recording 27 wins, he has also been able to take his opponents to the mat with a KO in 15 of his wins.
Where you should watch the games
You can decide to pay for a ticket and watch the action on-location. If you are not going that way, we assume you will be catching the game on a screen. You should be able to get the games on cable TV (if you haven’t cut the cord yet) too.
That doesn’t mean you have to bring back the cord for just this game. In fact, you can just as well use a VPN to stream Alvarez vs Fielding live. You can do that by:
- Buying a suitable VPN plan from a trusted company
- Connecting to a server location in the US where the game is being broadcasted
- Choosing a suitable streaming platform to watch the game on
- Logging onto your choice platform on the D-day and enjoying the non-stop action
Like we promised, that is everything you need to know about the game. Now that you have the entire fight details and just how to go about watching/ streaming it, there’s nothing stopping you from tuning in to the action too.
Before then, though, who would you pip to claim the title, and why?