Showtime provides a glimpse into how the vicious 1st round KO came to fruition.
Deontay Wilder has became America’s heavyweight champion. The moment was chronicled in the latest installment of ALL ACCESS: Wilder vs. Breazeale.
The digital-only series is based on the Sports Emmy award-winning franchise ALL ACCESS. It gives an inside look at the intensity of fight night and captures all the sights, sounds and drama of world championship boxing.
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ALL ACCESS DAILY: WILDER VS. BREAZEALE EPILOGUE places viewers in the room with the two heavyweight giants in the immediate hours leading up to the grudge match that had been brewing for more than two years.
All Access earned two Sports Emmy Awards on Tuesday night at the 40th Annual Sports Emmy Award ceremony in New York City. These were the fourth and fifth Emmys overall for the series, which debuted in 2013.
The original series took home the honors for Outstanding Edited Sports Event Coverage for ALL ACCESS: WILDER vs. FURY EPILOGUE. Also for Outstanding Edited Sports Special or Series for ALL ACCESS: WILDER VS. FURY.
Accepting the awards on Tuesday was Stephen Espinoza, President, Sports and Event Programming, Showtime Networks Inc. Wilder was in attendance following his first-round knockout victory on Saturday night in Brooklyn.
This is the third Sports Emmy ALL ACCESS has earned in the Edited Sports Coverage category. The series, which chronicles the buildup and aftermath of boxing’s biggest prizefights, has previously won for EPILOGUE installments following Floyd Mayweather’s wins over Canelo Alvarez and Andre Berto.