SHOWTIMESPORTS® TAKES VIEWERS BEHIND THE SCENES OF
CANELO ALVAREZ VS. AUSTIN TROUT WITH A SPECIAL
ALL ACCESS PREVIEW AVAILABLE NOW
The Short-Form ALL ACCESS PREVIEW is Now Airing on SHOWTIME® and Online at SPORTS.SHO.COMand SHOWTIME Sports YOUTUBE Channel
"This fight is personal because Trout won against my brother." - Canelo Alvarez
"It's not about his family...I have the mindset that I'm not leaving San Antonio without my belt, without his belt and without my 'zero' intact." - Austin Trout
NEW YORK(April 8, 2013)-From the makers of ALL ACCESS,SHOWTIME® Sportstakes viewers behind the scenes and into the lives of undefeated WBC Super Welterweight World Champion Canelo Alvarez and unbeaten WBA Super Welterweight World Champion Austin Trout with a sneak peek of their highly anticipated fight in a special ALL ACCESS: CANELO vs. TROUT PREVIEW. Cameras follow Canelo and Trout through intense workouts, on a three-city press tour and during personal moments in the lead up to the most important fight of their lives on Saturday, April 20 at theAlamodome in San Antonio, Texas which will be televised live on SHOWTIME®(10 p.m. ET/ 7 p.m. PT).
The 11-minute ALL ACCESS: CANELO vs. TROUT PREVIEW is airing interstitially on SHOWTIME and is available online in its entirety.
ALL ACCESS: CANELO vs. TROUT PREVIEW
"I'm going to win. Without a doubt, I'm going to win. This fight is personal because Trout beat my brother. I was there and felt helpless. From that moment I wanted to fight Trout. When the day comes, I'll enjoy every moment of it," said Canelo.
"He said that it's for revenge. For me, it was never about his brother. It's not about his family...I have the mindset that I'm not leaving San Antonio without my belt, without his belt and without my 'zero' intact," said Trout.
Canelo vs. Trout, a 12-round Super Welterweight World Championship Unification fight for Canelo's WBC title, Trout's WBA title and the vacant Ring Magazine title, is promoted by Golden Boy Promotions, Canelo Promotions and Leija & Battah Promotions and sponsored by Corona and AT&T. The co-main event will be a 10-round fight between undefeated prospects Omar Figueroa Jr. of Weslaco, Texas and Abner Cotto of Caguas, Puerto Rico for the vacant WBC Silver Lightweight Championship which is presented in association with Miguel Cotto Promotions. The fights will air live on SHOWTIME at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT with Canelo vs. Trout being presented in association with Greg Cohen Promotions. SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING is available in Spanish on secondary audio programming (SAP).
Remaining tickets priced at $100, $25 and $10, plus applicable taxes, fees and services charges, are available for purchase at the Alamodome box office, online at www.ticketmaster.com, all Ticketmaster locations or by calling (800) 745-3000.
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