'Malice at the Palace' to be examined on Netflix docuseries 'Untold'

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A new Netflix documentary series will be delving into the story behind the infamous 2004 brawl between the Indiana Pacers and Detroit Pistons.

The five-part series, titled "Untold," will explore pivotal moments in sports, beginning Aug. 10 with an 80-minute film focusing on "Malice at the Palace." The film will include never-before-seen footage and interviews with the players involved in the brawl, according to The Associated Press.

"Some people have control over their emotions. I don't. I was trying to find any way to escape," former Pacers star Ron Artest, who now goes by Metta Sandiford-Artest, says in the first trailer for the series. "I want the story out there, like what happened, go frame by frame."

"Untold" will also cover Caitlyn Jenner's gold-medal performance at the 1976 Olympics, Hall of Fame boxer Christy Martin, American tennis player Mardy Fish, and a minor-league hockey team run by the son of an alleged mob boss.

'Malice at the Palace' to be examined on Netflix docuseries 'Untold'
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