Over the years, ESPN has put out a number of absolutely legendary documentaries as part of its 30 For 30 series, ranging from its amazing retrospective of “The U,” its examination of the Medellin cartel through the lens of Colombian soccer, and (of course) the Academy Award-winning O.J.: Made in America.
While those are the first ones to come to mind, I can’t think of any 30 For 30 that has missed the mark, and as a result, I was incredibly amped when I learned the network was developing a project chronicling the life of Dennis Rodman, a man whose life is more than worthy of getting the 30 For 30 treatment.
Rodman might be in the Hall of Fame but I’d argue he’s known just as much (if not more so) for his antics off the court as he is for his prowess on it, whether we’re talking about the time he rocked a wedding dress or somehow became the United State’s de facto ambassador to North Korea.
Now, we’ve finally been treated to a trailer for Rodman: For Better or Worse, which is slated to air on ESPN on September 10th—a day that cannot come soon enough based on the preview.
“Rodman: For Better or Worse” will premiere Tuesday September 10th on ESPN pic.twitter.com/sUIiVPIqoY
— 30 for 30 (@30for30) August 15, 2019
I read Rodman’s autobiography a while back, and if my knowledge serves me correctly, there are no shortage of wild stories to choose from when it comes to telling his and this trailer is just the tip of the iceberg.
Words cannot describe how excited I am to dive into the water to see the rest.
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