There are countless sports streaming services [valid where legal] popping up all over the internet, but they are not all created equal. Of all the streaming services I have seen, ESPN+ stands above the rest. You can stream thousands of sporting events across a variety of leagues.
If you love sports like college baseball, basketball or UFC, ESPN+ is the best service on the internet. However, sports streaming is not the only benefit of using this platform. The best part of the app is all the programming outside of the sports.
ESPN produces 30 for 30 documentaries that are all housed on ESPN+. I recommend downloading the app and buying the package because it cannot be beaten. Here are some of the best 30 for 30 documentaries you can watch on the platform.
OJ: Made in America
OJ: Made in America is one of the most educational documentaries chronicling the rise and downfall of O.J. Simpson. It paints the picture that Simpson had it all and was loved by America before he killed his wife and her friend.
Simpson was not convicted in criminal court but lost big in civil court. This is a five-part documentary that starts with Simpson’s childhood and tries to make some sense of why he committed such violent acts.
There is footage from the court cases and the car chase the day Simpson was taken into custody. Journalists and many people involved in the trial are interviewed throughout the hours of content in the special.
Once Upon A Time in Queens
If you are a New York Mets fan or baseball fan in general, you will want to watch Once Upon A Time In Queens. This documentary chronicles the 1986 New York Mets baseball team and discusses the roster’s larger-than-life personalities.
The 1986 Mets are still one of the most interesting teams in MLB history. This was the team that made being a Mets fan in New York cool. There are interviews with players, coaches, front office members, and New York celebrities who were in the heart of the action.
There are stories that you will not believe throughout this documentary. You will want to download the app just for this show if you are a baseball fan.
The greatest wrestler of all time is the Nature Boy Ric Flair. ESPN has done a lot of content with WWE over the years, but nothing is better than this documentary on the Nature Boy. This show takes a look at the life of Ric Flair.
Flair was a showman in the ring, but his character in the ring did not change outside the arena. He was a celebrity, loved by the ladies, and a true icon in the business.
Flair had an amazing story, starting his life as an orphan that nobody wanted to becoming a 16-time world champion in the wrestling business.
Four Falls of Buffalo
The Buffalo Bills are still trying to get over the hump to win a Super Bowl. No organization has experienced more pain on the biggest stage than the Bills. The team went to four consecutive Super Bowl in the early nineties, but they were unable to win one big game.
The documentary breaks down every single playoff run and discusses why the Bills came up short. It also shows how the members of the team deal with the losses. It’s hard to lose in one Super Bowl, so the people on this team have a unique perspective losing in four straight games.
There are so many great documentaries on the platform. Some of the others that you should check out are The U, Catholics vs. Convicts, Trojan Horse, Celtics/Lakers: Best of Enemies, and The Last Dance.
If you did not find a documentary on this list, you will find one throughout the app. There is so much great content, and this is why ESPN+ stands above the rest of the streaming services.
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