Conor McGregor reveals release date and trailer for his Netflix documentary series
It will arrive on the streaming service very soon.
Conor McGregor has revealed new details about his upcoming Netflix sports documentary series.
Titled McGregor Forever, the Irish UFC star took to Twitter on Tuesday to unveil a trailer for the show. In the clip, McGregor talks about breaking his ankle during a 2021 fight with Dustin Poirier, an injury he says he thought was a career-ender.
"Part of me is thinking, Jesus, imagine it was just taken from me like that. I would be a different person and it was a bit scary to be honest," he explains.
However, he then adds: "But it's McGregor forever. That's it, isn't it? Like, it's done. It's McGregor forever and don't you forget it."
In a Tweet discussing the project back in 2021, McGregor - who is also set to make his film acting debut soon in a remake of classic '80s action flick Road House - confirmed that he was executive producing a Netflix documentary and that he was contractually locked into four one-hour-long episodes.
On Tuesday, however, he said of the series: "You heard it here first. My brand new documentary series McGregor Forever is coming to Netflix on 17 May. The only place to hear my true story, which is only getting started!
You can check out the trailer for the Netflix documentary series right here:
You heard it here first. My brand new documentary series McGregor Forever, is coming to @Netflix on May 17! The only place to hear my true story, which is only getting started! pic.twitter.com/BXzlY5WJnG
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) April 25, 2023
McGregor has already been the subject of his own documentary film, which received a cinematic release back in 2017.
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