Pro boxers Canelo Álvarez and Caleb Plant will go head to head tomorrow (November 6) at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Las Vegas, in a much-hyped bout some are saying will “make history”, with four belts on the line. Here’s where to buy Canelo vs Plant tickets to watch the fight online via PPV, or in person in Vegas.
Where to buy tickets for Canelo vs Plant
The bout will take place at MGM Grand Garden Arena in the Paradise district of Las Vegas – the venue just is a stone’s throw from McCarran International Airport, and numerous hotels and restaurants.
Tickets for Canelo vs Plant are available to purchase via the MGM Grand website. There are currently three special offers available to purchasers: regular VIP tickets, regular premium floor/riser tickets, and lower and upper level tickets.
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Live attendees also have the option of booking an overnight stay via MGM Grand, with several options within walking distance of the arena.
Doors open at 3pm local time.
Canelo vs Plant is also available to watch on PPV by Showtime
The Canelo vs Plant fight for the undisputed super middleweight championship on November 6 will also be a Showtime Pay-Per-View event.
ESPN called this “industry shifting”, since most of Premier Boxing Champions’ (PBC) major PPV events of the last couple of years have been carried by Fox.
For where to buy access to the Canelo vs Plant bout, visit Showtime’s website here. Tickets cost $79.99; a Showtime subscription is neither required nor included.
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PPV ticket holders can stream the event live on the Showtime app via their television set, Apple TV (4th Gen+), Xbox One, computer, mobile or tablet, or any other supported device.
The event will commence at 9pm ET / 6pm PT.
Who are fighting on the Canelo vs Plant undercard?
Aside from the main event, three undercard fights will take place tomorrow.
Americans Anthony Dirrell and Marcos Hernandez will go head to head in the super middleweight weight class. Rey Vargas will fight Leonardo Baez – both Mexican – in the super bantamweight class. Finally, Elvis Rodriguez, from the Dominican Republic, will fight Juan Pablo Romero, from Mexico, in the super lightweight class.
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Mexican residents will be able to watch the event free-to-air on Azteca 7, Azteca Uno, adn40 and A Más. It will also be available to stream via TV Azteca Deportes.