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The "All Access" television series is a reality television show, which is aired on Spike TV. This television series is hosted by Rachelle Leah. On this television show individuals are able to get the complete access to UFC, which means they get to see what happens behind the scenes. In "All Access," individuals are able to see the lives of fighters who are in Mixed Martial Arts, who are fighting in the championship known as the "Ultimate Fighting Championship." This television series shows how these fighters trained for their upcoming events.

There are fourteen fighters who fights on the series. These fighters include; Rich Franklin, Andrei Arlovski, Tito Ortiz, Renato Sobral, Matt Hughes, Chuck Liddell, Georges St. Pierre, Quinton Jackson, Sean Sherk, Randy Couture, Forrest Griffin, Wanderlei Silva, Brock Lesnar, and Anderson Silva. This television series was normally aired during the major UFC fight that was on pay per view. However, the production of this series was stopped by Spike TV; this series ran from 2006 to 2008.

All Access is a series that is currently running and has 27 seasons (83 episodes). The series first aired on June 13, 2012.

Where do I stream All Access online? All Access is available for streaming on Showtime, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch All Access on demand at Showtime, Amazon Prime, Hulu, The Roku Channel, FuboTV, Showtime Anytime online.

Wednesdays at 10:00 pm on Showtime
27 Seasons, 83 Episodes
June 13, 2012
Action & Adventure Drama Kids & Family Sports Talk & Interview
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All Access Full Episode Guide

  • Inside the lives and training camps of Gervonta Davis and Leo Santa Cruz.

  • The Emmy winning series chronicles the buildup to one of the best matchups in boxing as two crowd favorites with massive followings, Gervonta Tank Davis and Leo Santa Cruz meet in the ring on October 31. Episode One takes viewers into the private lives and training camps of Davis, the two-divisio

  • Wilder lands a first-round knockout, then celebrate in the locker room.

  • Two American heavyweights prepare to settle the score.