The British WBO champion weighed 167.8 pounds, with the Mexican star going slightly lighter at 167.4 pounds for their super middleweight showdown at AT&T Stadium in Texas this weekend.
Saunders has yet to suffer a loss in 30 fights and the two-weight world champion has insisted he is extremely confident in defeating Canelo.
“I have the conviction, I have the spirit, I have the winning mentality,” he said. DAZN.
“I don’t come here to lie down, I come here to win.
“I don’t think Alvarez faced a man with as much heart and determination to win as I did.
“It’s going to be a good fight, he’s a great champion, but to be honest with you, I came here to take all of these titles and take them by storm.
“I haven’t lost since 2008. Thirty-O’s and undefeated so he has to do something different to beat me. Not the opposite.
“The key to this fight, obviously everyone has to be on their A-game, bringing their best to the table, and as long as I bring my best mind and brain, I have it. “
Canelo shared an intense confrontation with Saunders, who made a No.1 move on the stage, and the pound-for-pound star played down the fiery pre-fight buildup.
“I’ve been in big fights before, I have the experience to face it, I’m ready for tomorrow,” Canelo said.
“He’s a tough fighter and he’s a southpaw too, but at this level you have to adapt to anything and everything and I’m ready for any style. ”