‘Why I’m still the man to beat in the UFC’: Watch new trailer for Conor McGregor’s Netflix documentary
A new preview of UFC star Conor McGregor’s Netflix documentary has been released.
McGregor is featured in a new series documenting the recovery from his gruesome broken leg, which he suffered in a TKO loss to Dustin Poirier in July 2021. The documentary premieres on Netflix next week, May 17.
McGregor previously released a trailer speaking from his hospital bed and has now posted a second video with interviews from others on his team.
Watch the trailer below, courtesy of McGregor’s Twitter:
McGregor Forever is out May 17th only on @Netflix. You’ll get a ringside seat for some of the biggest challenges I’ve faced, how I bounced back, and why I’m still the man to beat in the UFC. pic.twitter.com/rh7BhwXodo
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) May 9, 2023
“McGregor Forever is out May 17th only on @Netflix. You’ll get a ringside seat for some of the biggest challenges I’ve faced, how I bounced back, and why I’m still the man to beat in the UFC.”
McGregor (22-6 MMA, 10-4 UFC) required emergency surgery after breaking his left lower tibia and fibula in the first round against Poirier at UFC 264. “The Notorious” recently finished filming and coaching “The Ultimate Fighter 31” opposite Michael Chandler, and the pair are expected to fight later in the year.
But first, McGregor is required to re-enter the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency testing pool. A mandatory six-month testing period is required before he’s eligible to compete.
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