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09/15/2013 12:00 am ET Updated Sep 15, 2013

Floyd Mayweather vs. Canelo Alvarez Fight: LIVE UPDATES On Pay-Per-View Boxing Match

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Two fighters are putting their undefeated records on the line.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. (44-0) faces Canelo Alvarez (42-0-1) at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Ever since Mayweather first announced the fight in May, anticipation has built for the WBA/WBC junior middleweight title unification bout on Showtime pay-per-view between one the sport's all-time greats and one of its up-and-coming stars.

At 23-years-old, Alvarez is more than a decade younger than his opponent. Set to make $41 million, Mayweather will be taking a record haul, win or lose. The oddsmakers believe Mayweather, 36, will be tabulating his earnings at a victory party, favoring him 2 1/2-1.

"I've been here before. I know what it takes," Mayweather said ahead of the fight, via The Associated Press. "I was born to be here, born to be at this level."

Will Alvarez rise to that level? Or will Mayweather leave the ring at 45-0?

STAY TUNED FOR LIVE UPDATES:

09/15/2013 1:31 AM EDT

The Scores

09/15/2013 1:31 AM EDT

Mayweather Wins It

With a (surprising) majority decision, Mayweather defeats Alvarez. The biggest surprise at this point was that it wasn't an unanimous decision.

09/15/2013 1:24 AM EDT

That's It

The fight went the distance although it didn't feel that close at times. We're going to the judges' cards.

09/15/2013 1:23 AM EDT

The Boos

Floyd cruising to a win, Floyd moving away from punches. Crowd not appreciating either.

09/15/2013 1:22 AM EDT

Last Round

Mayweather still moving, jabbing and dominating. Alvarez out of ideas.

09/15/2013 1:20 AM EDT

Quiet

Not much chatter in Canelo's corner ahed of last round.

09/15/2013 1:19 AM EDT

To His Credit

Canelo is going at Floyd, relentless. Floyd has been dominant but Canelo not giving it up, lightening up.

09/15/2013 1:17 AM EDT

Wild Swing

Canelo opens up 11th with a wild right attempt.

09/15/2013 1:16 AM EDT

09/15/2013 1:15 AM EDT

Slowing Down

Whether it's exhaustion, an attempt to lure in Mayweather, Canelo slowing down. It's the 10th and he's not hurt Floyd much, notably not using weight advantage with the body blows.

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