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November 12, 2020

David Otunga & His Son Are Excited as They Unpack a Blu-Ray Disk of ESPN's 'The Last Dance'

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In a recent Instagram post, the famous actor and former professional wrestler David Otunga and his son David Daniel were seen unboxing a limited Blu-Ray Disk edition of the documentary, "The Last Dance."

For sports enthusiasts, it was hard to miss the evident excitement of the former pro wrestler David Otunga as he and his son David Daniel Jr. unpacked a limited Blu-Ray edition of "The Last Dance," the documentary about  Michael Jordan's iconic basketball season with the Chicago Bulls. 

The moment was captured in a series of videos posted on the television star's Instagram feed. The ESPN-sponsored clips showed them having a wholesome time as they opened the carton box with the disk in it. 

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After Otunga tore open the brown parcel, he explained to his son and their viewers that the edition was a documentary of the last season of the biggest basketball team in history. In excitement, he then proceeded to open up the disk's packaging.

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The father and son could not hide their fascination as they continued to unbox the CD collection. The pair even shared a fist bump as they reveled in the sweet moment. 

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They opened up the package and marveled at the intricate design, giving the viewers a little glimpse of it. The athlete proceeded to read the back cover of the CD and the timeline of the final season, which was a paper folded inside the box.

After the two were done unboxing, they cleared the table and got ready to go for a basketball game. It goes without saying that the father and son were fully dressed for the occasion in matching basketball jerseys.

The dispute started after she filed for an emergency protection order when she claimed Otunga pushed her.

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The documentary was a collaboration between Netflix and ESPN to bring back memories of the legendary hustle of Jordan's Chicago Bulls to win their sixth NBA title in the 1997-98 season.

The video documented Jordan's rise to stardom despite the ups and downs he had to face along the lines. It also showed never-before-seen footage of the Bulls during the iconic time.

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With a look at the final championship season, the ten-part documentary gave deep insight into the careers of other renowned players such as Dennis Rodman, Scottie Pippen, and even the late Kobe Bryant.

With all the juicy details, it is no surprise that Otunga and his son were so enraptured as they unboxed the disk. Surely, the father and son had an amazing time bonding as they watched the film, especially coming at a time when they just recovered from last year's custody battle. 

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The athlete and his ex-fianceé, singer Jennifer Hudson, were caught up in a nasty two-year legal battle over child support after they split in 2017. The dispute started after she filed for an emergency protection order when she claimed Otunga pushed her.

After a very public back and forth, the pair eventually reached an amicable agreement. However, the terms were not disclosed, and both of their lawyers also refused to comment. Nonetheless, two years have gone by, and it seems like all is well in paradise.

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