Dennis Rodman was a number one, capable of winning five NBA titles and seven times that of best rebounder, an amazing defender among the strongest ever in the perfect Chicago Bulls machine, he had the great ability to overturn the table of the macho stereotype of the average sportsman.
Off the court, in fact, he was a precursor of an absolute freedom of thought with an irrepressible media force, a unique, inimitable character.
Rodman The Worm, nickname born in his youth for that ability to throw himself into the fray and come out with the ball firmly in his hands, in addition to his undisputed talent, this basketball champion has left a mark for the strength of his ideas, his lifestyle, the freedom with which he combined his sporting and private reality.
Tattoos, piercings, a lively love life and his love for women’s clothes mixed with men’s clothes have made him an icon and precursor of a metrosexual and gender fluid concept; like when in 1996 he looked for an original way to launch his autobiography “Bad As I Wanna Be“, announcing the imminent marriage to his fiancée and at the Rockefeller Center in New York he showed up! Red wig, wedding dress with a veil, long white gloves and two new nose earrings.
Among other things, Rodman was the protagonist of some of the most famous gossip stories of the 90s, such as the one with Lady Ciccone, or the one that lasted only 9 days with Carmen Electra. A man, a champion, a symbol of freedom, talent and strength.
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