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Canelo Alvarez Nabs Whopping $35 Million, Daniel Jacobs Pockets $2.5 Million For Tonight’s Boxing Match

Canelo Alvarez Nabs Whopping $35 Million, Daniel Jacobs Pockets $2.5 Million For Tonight’s Boxing Match

Canelo Alvarez Taking Home Monstrous $35 Million Fight Purse, Jacobs Banks 2.5 Million

WBC and WBA champion Saul Alvarez (51-1-2, 35 KOs) will look to capture a third middleweight crown tonight (Sat., May 4, 2019) when he clashes against IBF titleholder Daniel Jacobs (35-2, 29 KOs) in one of the blockbuster fight cards from inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Boxing superstar Alvarez claimed his titles after scoring a majority decision over Gennady Golovkin (GGG) last September then went on to outclassed Rocky Fielding via knockout three months later.

Canelo is a -450 favorite (bet $450 to win $100) over Jacobs (35-2, 29 KOs) who’s +350 (bet $100 to win $350) as the underdog.

Saul Alvarez signed a record-breaking 11 fight five-year contract with streaming network DAZN, worth a minimum of $365 million.

Canelo Alvarez is making his second appearance under this contract and will be taking home staggering $35 million with his match against Daniel Jacobs who earn $2.5 million according to ESPN’s Dan Rafael. which is $1 million more than what Jacobs made for his match against Gennady Golovkin back in 2017.

Check below Canelo vs. Jacobs fight purses via ESPN.

Canelo Alvarez: $35,000,000
vs. Daniel Jacobs: $2,500,000 (guaranteed over $10 million via DAZN contract)

Vergil Ortiz Jr.: $75,000
vs. Mauricio Herrera: $75,000

Joseph Diaz Jr.: $100,000
vs. Freddy Fonseca: $10,000

Lamont Roach: $75,000
vs. Jonathan Oquendo: $50,000

Sadam Ali: $150,000
vs. Anthony Young: $45,000

John Ryder: $100,000
vs. Bilal Akkawy: $30,000

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