Canelo Alvarez vs. Billy Joe Saunders Schedule, Fight Time & Prop Odds

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  • Canelo Alvarez will fight Billy Joe Saunders in a Super Middleweight unification bout on Saturday night (approximately 11 p.m. ET, DAZN).
  • Below we have updated odds, a host of props, the TV schedule and more for Canelo vs. Saunders.

Alvarez vs. Saunders Betting Odds

Odds as of Saturday and via BetMGM. For a full breakdown of Saturday’s fight, read Raheem Palmer’s preview here.


Fight Lines Alvarez Saunders
Moneyline -500 +400
Draw +2000 +2000
Win by Decision +160 +500
Win by KO/TKO/ DQ +100 +1600

Round Totals Over Under
11 Rounds +110 -150
Fight Goes the Distance? Yes (-120) No (-120)
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Alvarez vs. Saunders Props

Winning Group of Rounds Alvarez Saunders
Rounds 1-6 +300 +2800
Rounds 7-12 +185 +2800
Winning Group of Rounds (Alt.) Alvarez Saunders
Rounds 1-3 +1100 +6600
Rounds 4-6 +450 +5000
Rounds 7-9 +350 +5000
Rounds 10-12 +600 +5000

To Win Fight in Round Alvarez Saunders
Round 1 +3300 +20000
Round 2 +2800 +15000
Round 3 +2500 +15000
Round 4 +1800 +15000
Round 5 +1400 +15000
Round 6 +1200 +15000
Round 7 +1100 +12500
Round 8 +1100 +12500
Round 9 +1200 +10000
Round 10 +1400 +10000
Round 11 +1800 +12500
Round 12 +2200 +15000

The top pound-for-pound fighter in the world and unified Super Middleweight champion, Canelo Alvarez, will return to action Saturday to defend his WBC and WBA world titles against WBO Super Middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders. The fight will take place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington at approximately 11 p.m. ET on DAZN and will be a Alvarez’s third fight in six months.

Alvarez (55-1-2, 36 KO) has already cemented himself as the best fighter of the post Floyd Mayweather era of boxing. He has won belts in four different weight divisions and has been a unified champion in three divisions.

Saunders (30-0, 14 KO) has also been dominant in his career albeit against lesser competition in comparison to Alvarez. The southpaw has also fought outside of his native United Kingdom twice in his career (in Canada vs. David Lemieux and in Los Angeles vs. Marcelo Coceres).

Still, oddsmakers see Canelo as the clear favorite with BetMGM listing at -500 to win outright and +100 to win by knockout. The odds on the fight to got the distance are -120 on both sides and the over/under is set at 11 rounds with the juice on the over.

For his career, Alvarez has respectable knockout rate — he’s posted an 63.1% KO percentage through 58 career fights — with six of those stoppage wins coming in the 10th round or later in 12 round fights.

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