Wrestlers React To Chicago Bulls Docuseries 'The Last Dance'

With no love sports to fill our needs, ESPN made the decision to air the Chicago Bulls docuseries "The Last Dance" months ahead of time. Every Sunday, Michael Jordan-centric docuseries became appointment television for any sports fan across the country.

Including wrestlers, many of whom grew up, like most basketball fans, worshipping Jordan. The series concluded on Sunday night with the final two episodes and the final episode touched on Dennis Rodman skipping practice in the 1998 NBA Finals to make an appearance on WCW Nitro alongside Hulk Hogan and the NWO.

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Here's what wrestlers had to say.

Fans can still get their sports documentary fix every Sunday with WWE's "The Last Ride," which focuses on the last three years of The Undertaker's career. The first two episodes are currently available on WWE Network.

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