Kentucky Derby 2019

Kentucky Derby 2019 : The 2019 Kentucky Derby is the 145th renewal of The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports. odds, betting, horse bios, travel info, tickets, news, and updates from The field for the 145th running of the Kentucky Derby underwent a big change on Wednesday. Omaha Beach, the early betting favorite to win this year’s Run for
If you’re someone who’s really into sports and prefers fashion over comfort, then following the Kentucky Derby might be a thing for you. For over a hundred of years, this sporting event has become a tradition for many American families. One of these traditions is the showing off of your newest set of hats. Yes, hats. The Kentucky Derby wouldn’t be the Kentucky Derby we know and love this day if it weren’t for the oversized hats that vary from extreme to elegant. Some people might even say that they only attend the Derby for the annual pageantry of hats (you didn’t hear it from me.) So what are the things you need to know when you want to follow this racing event, hold on to your mint juleps (a cocktail with a base of Old Forester Straight Bourbon Whiskey with sprigs of fresh mint served in a silver cup that has associated itself with this event for over a hundred years) as I guide you through the things you need to know for you to be ready for this year’s 145th Kentucky Derby.

First things first, what is the Kentucky Derby? The Derby is an annual horse racing event, which takes on the first Saturday of May, in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. The first derby in Kentucky happened on May 17, 1875. Inspired from England’s very own Epsom Derby, Meriwether Lewis Clark, Jr., decided to organize Kentucky’s very first run. The first Kentucky Derby ran at 1 ½ miles had fifteen three-year-old horses, and had an estimated crowd of ten thousand people. Successful as it was, it wasn’t until May 16th of 1925 was the Kentucky Derby broadcasted live on the radio, allowing all of North America to follow this age old event. By this time even people who weren’t able to fly to Kentucky are given the chance to participate to this racing event, and by May 7th of 1949, the first live television of the Kentucky Derby took place, showing all of America what spectacular event the Kentucky Derby is.

Events like this don’t go down in history by being the biggest race in the world, no; events like this go down in history by having millions of committed families from around the world who believe attendance is a must at the Kentucky Derby. Traditions like attending this week long event are being passed down to generations by some families, it most important especially when this two minute race has a festival before hand, consisting of cocktails, thick stew of beef chicken pork and vegetables, and of course, the lavish outfits accessorized with elaborate hats.

Kentucky Derby Online

Kentucky Derby Online: updates, results, odds, race start times and weather updates for the 145th running of the Kentucky Derby horse race at Churchill Downs Kentucky Derby Race Time, odds, which horses will be racing, favorites, and full race day
Now that I have provided you with the knowledge of how and where to catch the live coverage of the 145th Kentucky Derby 2019, there’s no reason for you not to follow this annual tradition. So go on and buy yourself an extravagant hat and silver cup to put on your very own mint julep, and sit back, relax, turn on your streaming device and let the lavish lifestyle of this event fill you.

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Jacobs vs Canelo

Jacobs vs Canelo : It’s fight night in Las Vegas this week as all eyes will be on the T-Mobile Arena for the biggest boxing match thus far in 2019. Saturday night, unified middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez will put his trio of 160-pound titles on the line when he battles IBF champion Daniel Jacobs.

Alvarez and Jacobs have seemingly been on a collision course since both signed with streaming app DAZN in 2018, and the company had hopes of the two facing off sooner than later.Alvarez is coming off his debut victory with DAZN in November where he scored a decisive third-round TKO over Rocky Fielding at Madison Square Garden. Jacobs, meanwhile, scored a split decision win over Serhiy Derevianchenko (a former training partner) in October.

The winner on Saturday could emerge as the next challenger for another recent DAZN signing (and Canelo rival) Gennady Golovkin. Golovkin is scheduled to face Steve Rolls in June, but most expect him to face the winner of this fight in September or October.

With so much going on this week around the card, we at CBS Sports aim to keep you as updated as possible with complete coverage from Las Vegas. Below is everything you need to get ready for Saturday night’s showdown from Las Vegas.

It’s also the toughest to call. Alvarez was a 4-1 favorite on Friday, despite Jacobs’s sterling record (35-2) and impressive resume. Both men have shared the ring with Gennady Golovkin—Alvarez fought him to a draw in 2017 and eeked out a narrow decision win in 2017, while Jacobs lost a close decision to Triple-G in 2017—and both possess sharp knockout power.
Jacobs believes that Canelo is an ideal style matchup for him, and he says it so forcefully it’s easy to believe him. And speaking with Golden Boy executives this week, there’s an equal, if not stronger fear of Jacobs than there was against Golovkin. No doubt, Canelo will have a lot to contend with. Jacobs is a terrific athlete, and I imagine that part of the game plan will be to avoid presenting Canelo with a stationary target.
Although the 28-year-old Alvarez has stood firm as a strong betting favorite (at least in part due to his history of good favor from judges), the fight has all the makings to be one of the most dangerous of his career given Jacobs’ combination of speed, power and athleticism. 

“It’s going to be a very difficult fight, especially in the first few rounds,” Alvarez said. “Until the moment that I start adapting and imposing my style, it will be a difficult fight because of his style.”

Alvarez, the Mexican star who is rated among the pound-for-pound best fighters in the world, will give up three inches in height and nearly the same amount in reach to the 32-year-old Jacobs, who is among the biggest middleweights the sport has to offer. Yet it’s Jacobs’ ability to switch stances on the fly that makes him such a live underdog and helped him push Gennady Golovkin to the 12-round limit for the first time in their disputed 2017 bout.

“I don’t know what we are going to do as far as switching to southpaw because we might not need to switch to southpaw,” Jacobs said. “He may not be able to get past my jab. I might be very effective with staying orthodox and using my combinations from that stance. When I switch southpaw, sometimes it’s just to give a fighter a different look and it’s to get more of an advantage from that stance because it takes them so much longer to reach me.

“I’m such a long guy, and when I sit on that back foot, I’m even longer to reach. Canelo Alvarez has shorter arms. There are so many things we can go to. We have a plan A and plan B and all the way to plan Z.”

To Alvarez’s credit, he pointed to his close victories over Austin Trout and Erislandy Lara in junior middleweight title bouts to prove that southpaws “haven’t been complicated for me” due to his ability to adapt to all styles. He also publicly doubted whether Jacobs, as a southpaw, could be as effective as he is orthodox, going as far as saying it’s “impossible.”

Jacobs Canelo Fight

Jacobs Canelo Fight : The odd lack of buzz around Saturday’s middleweight unification fight is Jacobs vs Canelo at the feet of broadcaster DAZN than the matchup, which is one of the best that can be made today.

he closest thing on the boxing calendar to Super Bowl Sunday, a destination weekend that serves as an annual showcase for the sport’s best. Ever since it was first co-opted by Julio César Chávez, the first Saturday in May has typically been reserved for boxing’s most popular fighter in (hopefully) one of the year’s biggest fights, nearly always in Las Vegas. Oscar De La Hoya took up the mantle in the early aughts before ceding it to Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, who each took turns with it before sharing the date for their 2015 superfight.

Since then it’s belonged to Canelo Álvarez, the WBA and WBC middleweight champion whose nominal status as boxing’s biggest star was formalized in the fall when he signed a splashy five-year, 11-fight contract worth a minimum of $365m with DAZN, the upstart subscription streaming service that’s trying to disrupt to the pay-per-view model in a bid to become the Netflix of sports.

The second fight of Álvarez’s deal takes place on Saturday night when he faces Brooklyn’s Daniel Jacobs, who holds the IBF’s piece of the fractured middleweight championship, in a unification bout at the T-Mobile Arena. Both fighters made the contracted weight at Friday’s weigh-in, after which tempers flared during the traditional staredown.

“Emotions flying high. I ain’t never backed down from a challenge in my life,” Jacobs said. “I’m from Brownsville [in Brooklyn, New York]. I never did, and I never will. Listen, this is the opportunity of a lifetime. I feel like I’m the best middleweight in the world, and that motherfucker right there, he gonna get it. … Let’s do this Saturday night! Period! Bumping me with that big-ass head, it’s time to put on.”

Said Álvarez, through an interpreter: “I see fear, and that was fear right there what he did. For me and my people, my team and for my fans, it’s very important [to win]. This is the challenge we have, but I’m ready for it, and we’re going to win.”

A second weigh-in awaits on Saturday morning at 8am local time, stemming from a rehydration clause in the contract, where either Álvarez and Jacobs face a fine of $250,000 per each pound over 170lbs.

It must be said, given the normally rollicking tenor of the Cinco de Mayo backdrop, the atmosphere about town in the days before the fight has been conspicuously subdued. As of Friday night there were tickets available, even the $200 cheap seats normally gone within minutes of release, and reportedly plenty. There are no closed-circuit viewing parties at surrounding properties, which is practically unheard of for a fight of this magnitude. Turns out the lack of a major network pumping a fight non-stop makes a difference. (ESPN and Fox, no doubt wary of the new disruptor on the block, are not taking advertisement dollars for the fight.)

DAZN’s attempted blitz of the US market appears to have stalled as their limited viewership has forced them to already double their subscription rate while creating problems in landing venues for their events. But the decided lack of buzz around Saturday’s showdown belies the quality of the matchup, which is one of the better fights that can made today in any division.

Álvarez (51-1-2, 35 KOs), the lineal champion at 160lbs since outpointing Miguel Cotto four years ago, is correctly the favorite even if the nearly 5-1 odds in his favor speak more to his brand than his superior ringcraft, form and caliber of opposition. The red-headed puncher from Guadalajara is coming off a three-round destruction of poor Rocky Fielding, a mismatch-by-design that was more an infomercial for DAZN than legitimate world title contest. Before that, however, the Guadalajaran scored his career-best win over Gennady Golovkin in their second encounter after the first ended in a controversial split draw.

Jacobs (35-2, 29 KOs) was one of the hottest prospects in boxing when he was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a life-threatening form of bone cancer, in May 2011. After a series of procedures at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center to remove the quarter-sized tumor that had coiled around his spine and left him completely paralyzed below his waist, he began the long road back to the ring through outpatient physical rehabilitation.

Nineteen months later, the fighter once known as the Golden Child resumed his journey under a new moniker: the Miracle Man. A first-round knockout of Peter Quillin for the WBA middleweight title put a bow on the fairytale, but Jacobs’ controversial split-decision loss to Golovkin less than a year later propelled his career to new heights even in defeat. Still, a win over Álvarez would invite the mainstream fame that’s to date eluded him (even though his commercial for NewYork-Presbyterian that’s been in heavy rotation on local TV has raised his profile in the five boroughs).

A fluid boxer-puncher with power in both hands, the 5ft 11½in Jacobs is endowed with the ring intelligence to take full advantage of his three-and-a-half-inch edges in height and reach. That Jacobs is seems to be tailor-made for Canelo from a physical standpoint is promising enough, but a track record of always showing his best in his biggest fights makes him a live dog.

But for Álvarez, who’s still only 28, the sense persists among supporters and skeptics alike that we’ve yet to see his best. His unique and methodical blend of hand speed, punch variety and a slick defense that flows from deft footwork to superior upper body movement was clicking to perfection in the second Golovkin fight.

Watching with interest will be Golovkin, the recent DAZN signee who takes on the unheralded Steve Rolls in a stay-busy fight on 8 June with an eye on fighting Saturday’s winner in September: be it a rematch with Jacobs or a third installment with Canelo.

Kentucky Derby

Kentucky Derby Horse race: The 2019 Kentucky Derby, scheduled for 6:50 p.m. Eastern on Saturday, May 4, 2019 (5/4/19), will be the 145th running of the horse race at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. A field of 19 horses will compete in the Run for the Roses and the $1.86 million prize. While powerful politicians go down to Kentucky for the this event, royalties from the country of this event’s inspiration, fly all the way from the other side of the globe to witness this horse racing event. Some of these royalties are: Edward George Villiers Stanley, the 17th Earl of Derby whose family name gave life to the sporting event Derby. Edward VIII the Duke of Windsor, who romantically renounced his British throne after falling in love with Wallace Simpson. Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon, Princess Margaret was the sister of Queen of England while Lord Snowdon was a British photographer and film maker who was known to live a lavish lifestyle. Last but definitely not the least is Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Prince Philip was the Duke of Edinburgh who was born into the Greek and Danish royal families while Queen Elizabeth II was the first born child of the Duke and Duchess of York, making her the heir of the United Kingdom.

Now that we have covered the basics, let’s move on the race itself. The race would be competed between 20 three year old horses, which would then need to finish 35 races, excluding the main track at Twin Spires. The four top horses that finish the races would earn a spot at the starting gate in the Kentucky Derby race which has a winning purse of 2 million dollars. All tracks run on dirt, the differences are the length of each race. Now that you know how the race runs, I will teach you how to bet on the horse of your choice.

Placing a win bet, would mean that the horse of your choice would need to win in order for you to win. When you put a place bet, that would mean your horse must win or finish second for you to win. Now if you place a show bet, that means your horse mush finish first, second or third for you to win. Calculating the betting odds can be confusing, as the odds get higher as the bets get higher; no one really knows the odds of their wager until the betting window closes and the race stars. However, looking at last year’s winner can help you decide on who and which type of bet you would consider for this year’s 145th Kentucky Derby.

Watch Kentucky Derby 2019

Watch Kentucky Derby 2019 : As always, the first leg of the three historic horse races begins at Churchill Downs After a nearly 40-year drought, we’ve witnessed two triple crown winners in the last four years, including Justify’s impressive feat last year

Occasions like this don’t stand out forever by being the greatest race on the planet, no; occasions like this stand out forever by having a large number of submitted families from around the globe who trust participation is an unquestionable requirement at the Kentucky Derby. Customs like going to this week long occasion are being passed down to ages by certain families, it most significant particularly when this two moment race has a celebration before hand, comprising of mixed drinks, thick stew of hamburger chicken pork and vegetables, and obviously, the rich outfits embellished with expand caps. The most effective method to watch the 145th Kentucky Derby 2019 Live Stream Online

In the event that you’re somebody who’s truly into games and lean towards design over solace, at that point following the Kentucky Derby may be a thing for you. For over a hundred of years, this game has turned into a convention for some American families. One of these customs is the appearing of your most up to date set of caps. Indeed, caps. The Kentucky Derby wouldn’t be the Kentucky Derby we know and love this day if not for the larger than usual caps that change from extraordinary to exquisite. A few people may even say that they just go to the Derby for the yearly pomp of caps (you didn’t hear it from me.) So what are the things you have to know when you need to pursue this dashing occasion, clutch your mint juleps (a mixed drink with a base of Old Forester Straight Bourbon Whiskey with sprigs of crisp mint served in a silver container that has related itself with this occasion for over a hundred years) as I manage you through the things you have to know for you to be prepared during the current year’s 145th Kentucky Derby.

First of all, what is the Kentucky Derby? The Derby is a yearly pony hustling occasion, which assumes the primary Saturday of May, in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. The main derby in Kentucky occurred on May 17, 1875. Enlivened from England’s own special Epsom Derby, Meriwether Lewis Clark, Jr., chose to arrange Kentucky’s absolute previously run. The principal Kentucky Derby kept running at 1 ½ miles had fifteen three-year-old ponies, and had an expected horde of ten thousand individuals. Fruitful as it seemed to be, it wasn’t until May sixteenth of 1925 was the Kentucky Derby communicated live on the radio, enabling all of North America to pursue this deep rooted occasion. At this point even individuals who couldn’t travel to Kentucky are allowed to take part to this dashing occasion, and by May seventh of 1949, the main live TV of the Kentucky Derby occurred, appearing of America what stupendous occasion the Kentucky Derby is.

Caps, as opposed to mainstream thinking, don’t make the best two minutes in games. I for one trust it is the point at which two or three hundred thousand participants sing to My Old Kentucky Home when the band strikes up as the steeds step onto the track for the Derby’s post march. The sentiment of being a piece of something important is the thing that a few people return to consistently to Kentucky. So if this is your first time following this occasion, better become familiar with My Old Kentucky Home by Stephen Foster (need not to stress, I will furnish you with the verses):

Canelo Alvarez vs Daniel Jacobs

Canelo Alvarez vs Daniel Jacobs : Middleweight world champion Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez fight odds, card: Canelo a sizable favorite in middleweight unification bout, The betting info you need to know for Saturday’s middleweight title fight.

It is expected to be a toe-to-toe battle between two very physical, aggressive fighters. Both fast, explosive, powerful. Jacobs has become a folkloric figure in boxing not just for his victories in the ring, but outside it too.

His biggest fight, indeed, was fought in the hospital. Nicknamed the ‘Miracle Man’, Jacobs’ career was almost cut short in 2011 due to osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. He went on to make a full recovery after spending 19 months away from the ring.That virulence sees Jacobs, from Brooklyn, as a potential banana skin for Canelo in the eyes of many fight aficionados. It has meant the Mexican’s preparations have been tougher than ever. Sparring has been more vicious, more intense.

Canelo, now 28 years old, already has 54 fights under his world championship belts, having started his professional career as the youngest of seven brothers at the age of 15. His only defeat was to Floyd Mayweather, six years ago – though many believe his tie with Gennady Golovkin in Las Vegas in 2017 should have been a loss. That is boxing for you.Nonetheless, he is a phenom in the sport. Two failed drugs tests for clenbuterol in February last year will always cast a shadow over him – his team have insisted it was down to tainted meat. Whatever the truth, this is a burden he must carry together with his triumphs in the ring.

Today we are simply here to observe him, to see the regime he puts himself through. This will be his second bout in a record 11-fight, $365million-deal with digital broadcasters DAZN in the USA, and an estimated 35million Mexican fans will bring their lives to a halt to watch Canelo box live. He is the nation’s biggest star. Imagine a combination of Anthony Joshua, Harry Kane and Andy Murray. Canelo crosses all seasons. Not given to talking a great deal, but deeply beloved. A warrior inside the ring, quiet outside it.

In an exclusive interview from inside his training camp, Canelo tells me he has no nerves, no fear ahead of the fight. “I don’t know what fear is. It’s just excitement. I don’t know that feeling,” he explains in Spanish.

“I like boxing. I respect boxing. Boxing is my life. I keep training. I’m still learning. I like it. I respect my team and they say we need to train, so we train. That’s why I’m here in this position.”

Watch Canelo vs Jacobs

Watch Canelo vs Jacobs : The biggest fight of the year is set for Saturday, featuring Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs.Saul “Canelo” Álvarez will once again headline a DAZN fight card, this time against an opponent who is a legitimate threat to his throne: Daniel Jacobs. The card is set to for Saturday evening, beginning at 9 p.m. ET

‘Canelo’ – meaning Cinnamon in Spanish, a nickname given to him by dint of his red hair – is deep into the final hours of his preparations in San Diego. He will soon head to Las Vegas, where his goal is to add the IBF belt to his WBA and WBC titles by beating American Danny Jacobs on Saturday night.

It is expected to be a toe-to-toe battle between two very physical, aggressive fighters. Both fast, explosive, powerful. Jacobs has become a folkloric figure in boxing not just for his victories in the ring, but outside it too.

His biggest fight, indeed, was fought in the hospital. Nicknamed the ‘Miracle Man’, Jacobs’ career was almost cut short in 2011 due to osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. He went on to make a full recovery after spending 19 months away from the ring.

That virulence sees Jacobs, from Brooklyn, as a potential banana skin for Canelo in the eyes of many fight aficionados. It has meant the Mexican’s preparations have been tougher than ever. Sparring has been more vicious, more intense.

Alvarez puts his WBC, WBA and lineal titles on the line against the IBF crown of Jacobs. Not only would Alvarez further his own case for consideration as the pound-for-pound best in the sport with a win, Jacobs would likely crack the top 10 should he be able to pull the upset.

From a business standpoint, there is surely no lack of pressure on Alvarez to win as the face of DAZN after signing a landmark 10-fight, $365 million deal last fall. An Alvarez victory would mean even bigger business for the all-sports streaming app in the likely form of a third fight between Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin this fall.

Should Jacobs pull the upset, Alvarez has the option of a rematch clause and would very likely run that fight back later this year. Both men possess fight-altering power although Jacobs, who has knocked out nearly 80 percent of his opponents, hasn’t finished a fight in three years. Jacobs is the naturally bigger man, however, and certainly has enough pop — particularly when throwing combinations — to discipline Alvarez and force him to make adjustments. The X-factor in terms of power in this fight could become Alvarez’s brutal body attack, which he used to finish the likes of Liam Smith and Rocky Fielding in recent years. Given the stakes of this fight and the toughness of both, a knockout isn’t necessarily likely, especially since both fighters have gone the distance with a big puncher in GGG. But both have enough to end the night early should their opponent get reckless.From the standpoint of hand speed, this is a category that might be closer than people realize. Although Alvarez was anything but speedy as a junior middleweight, his timing has improved tremendously and a move up to 160 pounds has allowed him to regularly beat opponents to the punch, including Golovkin. The difference in speed between the two, however, comes down to athleticism and footwork. Alvarez makes up for a plodding foot game by being so elusive with his upper torso to slip punches. But Jacobs, who can switch stances with ease, is the much more fluid and naturally explosive fighter.

Watch Kentucky Derby Online

Watch Kentucky Derby Online : By NBC Sports Bay Area staff May 03, 2019 2:35 PM. With early favorite Omaha Beach scratched from the race because of a breathing problem, Game Winner yes, that’s the horse’s name now is the favorite to win Saturday’s race at Churchill Downs. You can get all you need to know …

First of all, what is the Kentucky Derby? The Derby is a yearly pony hustling occasion, which assumes the primary Saturday of May, in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. The main derby in Kentucky occurred on May 17, 1875. Enlivened from England’s own special Epsom Derby, Meriwether Lewis Clark, Jr., chose to arrange Kentucky’s absolute previously run. The principal Kentucky Derby kept running at 1 ½ miles had fifteen three-year-old ponies, and had an expected horde of ten thousand individuals. Fruitful as it seemed to be, it wasn’t until May sixteenth of 1925 was the Kentucky Derby communicated live on the radio, enabling all of North America to pursue this deep rooted occasion. At this point even individuals who couldn’t travel to Kentucky are allowed to take part to this dashing occasion, and by May seventh of 1949, the main live TV of the Kentucky Derby occurred, appearing of America what stupendous occasion the Kentucky Derby is. The most effective method to watch the 145th Kentucky Derby 2019 Live Stream Online

In the event that you’re somebody who’s truly into games and lean towards design over solace, at that point following the Kentucky Derby may be a thing for you. For over a hundred of years, this game has turned into a convention for some American families. One of these customs is the appearing of your most up to date set of caps. Indeed, caps. The Kentucky Derby wouldn’t be the Kentucky Derby we know and love this day if not for the larger than usual caps that change from extraordinary to exquisite. A few people may even say that they just go to the Derby for the yearly pomp of caps (you didn’t hear it from me.) So what are the things you have to know when you need to pursue this dashing occasion, clutch your mint juleps (a mixed drink with a base of Old Forester Straight Bourbon Whiskey with sprigs of crisp mint served in a silver container that has related itself with this occasion for over a hundred years) as I manage you through the things you have to know for you to be prepared during the current year’s 145th Kentucky Derby.

Occasions like this don’t stand out forever by being the greatest race on the planet, no; occasions like this stand out forever by having a large number of submitted families from around the globe who trust participation is an unquestionable requirement at the Kentucky Derby. Customs like going to this week long occasion are being passed down to ages by certain families, it most significant particularly when this two moment race has a celebration before hand, comprising of mixed drinks, thick stew of hamburger chicken pork and vegetables, and obviously, the rich outfits embellished with expand caps.

Caps, as opposed to mainstream thinking, don’t make the best two minutes in games. I for one trust it is the point at which two or three hundred thousand participants sing to My Old Kentucky Home when the band strikes up as the steeds step onto the track for the Derby’s post march. The sentiment of being a piece of something important is the thing that a few people return to consistently to Kentucky. So if this is your first time following this occasion, better become familiar with My Old Kentucky Home by Stephen Foster (need not to stress, I will furnish you with the verses):

Canelo vs Jacobs Online

 Canelo vs Jacobs Online : Unified middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez makes his 2019 debut when he defends the WBA and WBC middleweight championships against IBF titlist Daniel Jacobs in a title unification bout Saturday from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Alvarez (51-1-2, 35 KOs) is unbeaten in his last nine fights (9-0-1) since suffering the only blemish on his record to Floyd Mayweather Jr. in September 2013. After two brutal wars with Gennady Golovkin, Alvarez moved up to super middleweight in December and plowed through Rocky Fielding in three rounds to capture the WBA belt and become a three-division world champion.The records of each man pretty much tells the story of this fight. Ortiz is a 21 year old rising prospect from Dallas. He’s got all the tools you need for success – solid technical skills, a bunch of KOs, and good promotion. This is his first real test in his most high profile fight yet. And it’s a good test. Herrera is a perfectly good journeyman boxer who has faced a lot of high level talent. His biggest claim to fame is a 2014 decision loss to Danny Garcia that he really should have won. But he hasn’t been particularly active recently, with just one fight in 2018 (a loss to Sadam Ali). As Steve Farhood often says on ShoBox, the real special prospects are the ones who, when given a test, outperform expectations. Ortiz gets that test here. If he becomes the first man to stop Herrera, it will show just how impressive this youngster is.

Jacobs (35-2, 29 KOs) rebounded in a big way after he lost the WBA title in a very narrow decision that many boxing pundits felt the “Miracle Man” won to Gennady Golovkin in March 2017. He won three straight bouts with the highlight of defeating Serhiy Derevianchenko by split decision in October to win the IBF title.

The sentiment is the 32-year-old Jacobs will be the stiffest test of Alvarez’s career, which is saying something considering the Mexican star has been inside the ring two times with Golovkin and Mayweather.

The Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs fight is not available via traditional pay-per-view methods. Instead, fans in the United States can sign up to watch the fight on DAZN, the global live-sports streaming service that signed Alvarez to an exclusive deal in October 2018 after the fighter left HBO.

DAZN is available on a variety of platforms, including Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, iOS, Android, Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Playstation 3, as well as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari browsers via DAZN.com.

Alvarez returns to his home away from home for this fight. Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena is almost the house that Canelo built, as he has established himself as the most prominent boxer to perform regularly at the venue. Saturday’s bout will be his fifth fight at T-Mobile Arena with just two of his last seven elsewhere