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Wilder-Breazeale ‘All Access’ Starts on May 10 on Showtime

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Wilder-Breazeale ‘All Access’ Starts on May 10 on Showtime

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Wilder-Breazeale ‘All Access’ Starts on May 10 on Showtime

Showtime Sports will foloow heavyweight world champion Deontay Wilder and the ninth defense of his WBC title against mandatory challenger Dominic Breazeale in the next edition of “All Access”, premiering Friday, May 10 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Showtime.

The Emmy Award-winning series will take us behind the scenes as two American heavyweights with a combined ninety percent knockout ratio prepare for their match Saturday, May 18 live on Showime from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

The series goes into the lives and training camps of Wilder and Breazeale as they approach a grudge match that has been in the making for more than two years. Filming for the series is currently underway in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and the Bay Area as both two 6-foot-7 heavyweights prepare with Wilder’s WBC title on the line.

“All Access Daily” will accompany the original series with digital installments released throughout fight week on the networks’ social media channel. “All Access Daily: Wilder vs. Breazeale” will deliver the franchise’s signature intimate access and storytelling in the final days before the heavyweight showdown.

New installments of the digital series will be available each day starting Wednesday, May 15 on the Showtime Sports YouTube channel and Showtime Boxing Facebook page.

A digital installment of “All Access Epilogue” will also give an inside look at the intensity of fight night and capture all the sights, sounds and drama of the heavyweight event.

If the “All Access” is anything like Wilder’s Twitter account, this should be a fun look behind leading up to their championship fight.As he posted on his Twitter account Tuesday:

“I hope you’re ready. I hope you train harder than you ever trained. I want you at your BEST when you step in that ring with me. And when you hit the canvas, you’ll know without a shadow of a doubt that I am the baddest man on the planet.”

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