Your fight-size boxing update:
- Golden Boy Promotions announced that the attendance for the Canelo Jacobs vs. Daniel Jacobs fight at the T-Mobile Arena was 20,203. That figure, while one of the largest for a boxing fight in the United States in 2019, is down from Alvarez's last two fights at the T-Mobile Arena. Previously, Golden Boy Promotions announced that Alvarez's first fight against Gennadiy Golovkin had an official attendance of 22,358 while the rematch, which took place last September, had an announced attendance figure of 21,965.
- Below are the official scorecards for the Canelo vs. Jacobs fight that resulted in Alvarez unifying the WBA "Super," WBC and IBF middleweight titles with scores of 115-113, 115-113 and 116-112. Fightful scored the fight in favor of Alvarez 115-113 on its live coverage page.
- Otha Jones III revealed on Twitter will have his second pro bout on May 25 on the undercard of Oleksandr Usyk's heavyweight debut against Carlos Takam in Maryland. Jones won his pro debut on March 9 when he won a unanimous decision against Giorgi Gelashvili.
Great news we have our next fight date! Watch me go to work Saturday May 25 at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland live on @DAZN_USA and on @SkySportsBoxing in the UK. Tickets available @Ticketmaster @TicketmasterUK #soulcityboxing #oj3 #dazn #jonesperez #usyktakam pic.twitter.com/huu5VNmosr— Otha Jones III (@Othajones3rd) May 3, 2019
- Below is a video posted on Top Rank's YouTube channel showing Gabriel Flores Jr.'s impressive third-round knockout win on an ESPN-televised bout on May 4 from Stockton, California.