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How to watch Canelo vs Charlo boxing live online in Australia


Two undisputed champions face off in Las Vegas for the next boxing super fight.

SUMMARY: Canelo vs Charlo is live and exclusive to Main Event as pay-per-view. The most accessible way to stream the fight live is through Main Event via Kayo.

Canelo Álvarez vs Jermell Charlo is set to be a boxing treat for fight fans.

The 2 middleweights will make history when they step into the ring on Sunday, where for the first time we have a 4-belt vs 4-belt fight in men's boxing.

What time does Canelo vs Charlo start in Australia?

Canelo vs Charlo will face off at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, with the card starting at 11am AEDT on Sunday 1 October 2023.

We expect Canelo and Charlo to walk into the ring around 2pm AEDT, but that will depend on how long the other fights on the undercard go for.

How to watch Canelo vs Charlo live in Australia

This boxing match is only available on pay-per-view (PPV) through Main Event.

You can watch via Foxtel iQ or stream Main Event through Kayo.

No matter which option you choose, it will set you back $39.95.

Live stream Canelo vs Charlo on Main Event via Kayo: Order the PPV now

Stream Canelo vs Charlo on Main Event via Kayo

New, returning or existing Kayo customers can watch directly through Main Event.

If you head to Main Event on Kayo, you can sign up and watch it through your usual Kayo platform.

Stream Canelo vs Charlo

Stream Main Event PPVs via Kayo Sports. Order Canelo vs Charlo for $39.95.

Once you sign up for this fight for $39.95, you can begin streaming as soon as the event gets underway at 11am AEDT on 1 October.

On top of that, if you're new to Kayo you'll be granted access to a Kayo One package until 11:59pm AEDT on 5 October 2023.

After that time, your access to Kayo's full content library will end, but you will still be able to access Kayo Freebies.

Your can get more details about streaming Main Event through Kayo Sports in our guide.

Watch Canelo vs Charlo on Main Event via Foxtel iQ

Foxtel iQ customers can order the fight directly on the Main Event website, by using the My Foxtel app, via your remote control or by phone.

Canelo vs Charlo costs $39.95 on top of your existing Foxtel iQ subscription.

Ordering with a phone agent will incur an additional $2 booking fee.

You cannot watch the fight via Foxtel's streaming service Foxtel Now.

Canelo vs Charlo fight card

  • Canelo Álvarez vs Jermell Charlo (for undisputed super middleweight title)
  • Yordenis Ugas vs Mario Barrios (welterweight)
  • Jesus Ramos vs Erickson Lubin (junior middleweight)
  • Elijah Garcia vs Armando Resendiz (middleweight)
  • Frank Sanchez vs Scott Alexander (heavyweight)
  • Oleksandr Gvozdyk vs Isaac Rodrigues (light heavyweight)
  • Terrell Gausha vs KeAndrae Leatherwood (middleweight)

Canelo vs Charlo fight preview

A super fight with his titles on the line is nothing new for Mexican champ Canelo Álvarez.

Canelo took just 11 months to become undisputed super middleweight champion.

Meanwhile Jermell Charlo had a very different path to his slice of history.

He beat Austin Trout for the WBC super welterweight title before losing and then regaining his title in fights with Tony Harrison.

Canelo vs Charlo

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There will be a lot of variables when the 2 warriors clash.

As boxing fans will know, going up 2 weight divisions isn't easy, which is what Charlo is doing for this bout.

Charlo will have to contend with the extra weight and punching power that heavier fighters should have, while also worrying about whether or not his hand speed will still be there given he is 12 pounds heavier.

Despite moving up in weight for the fight, Charlo will actually have a 3-inch height and 2-and-a-half-inch reach advantage over Canelo.

But that is about the only advantage he will have in the fight.

In the build up to his own title fight, Australian boxer Tim Tszyu said Charlo will learn the hard way that he is not at the same level vs Canelo and will be knocked out.

“I still think it will go to the later rounds, and think Charlo will be sharp at first, moving around,” he told reporters.

“But once he sits on the ropes, that’s where Canelo will dominate. [He] will get the KO."

We aren’t exactly going to argue with Tszyu on this and we think Canelo wins in a late round knockout.

Want more information on boxing? Check out our guide on how to stream boxing live online in Australia.

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