Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Billy Joe Saunders face off this weekend with four super middleweight world titles on the line.
It should be an exciting fight in Texas as Englishman Saunders looks to thwart the odds and beat the great Canelo.
The Mexican WBA, the WBC and The ring The super middleweight champion defeated Avni Yildirim in February to claim his 55th professional victory.
He will now face Saunders, who holds the WBO belt, in a huge unification clash on Saturday night.
Canelo has beaten six Britons in the past, including Amir Khan and Callum Smith, but many believe Saunders has the best chance of defeating the living legend.
But how do the two compare and compare? Here is the story of this weekend’s shock gang…
Canelo v Saunders: Tale of the Band
Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez – Billy Joe Saunders
Nationality: Mexican – British
Age: 30 to 31
Recording: 55/1/2 – 30/0/0
KO: 37 to 14
Height: 5ft 9 (175cm) – 5ft 11 (180cm)
Reach: 70.5 inches (179 cm) – 71 inches (180 cm)
Style: Orthodox – Southpaw
Nickname: Canelo – Superb
Last fight: beat Avni Yildirim – beat Martin Murray
Canelo v Saunders: how to watch
The action takes place on Saturday, May 8 and takes place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
The main event ringside steps are expected from 4 a.m. on Sunday morning UK time.
The DAZN streaming service will show the fight in the UK starting at 1 a.m. on Sunday morning.
DAZN costs £ 1.99 per month and subscribers can cancel at any time. It is available on all devices. Register on DAZN.com.
talkSPORT.com will host a live blog for all the latest news, in-depth updates and reactions to the night’s action.
talkSPORT will also be updated throughout the weekend.