Netflix has provided a first look and a lot of new information about the new documentary series. mcgregor foreverwhich will premiere on Netflix on May 17, 2023.
The new documentary series is directed by Gotham Chopra and Darragh McCarthy. The document is about the life of Conor McGregor, an Irish professional boxer and mixed martial artist who gained worldwide fame for his success in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and his larger-than-life personality.
McGregor is serving as executive producer on the project, which is rumored to be in the works. development from 2021.
for Tweet he made in September 2021, McGregor states: “I am contractually committed to 4 1-hour episodes that I have to produce right now for Netflix. More or less, I already have.
Since that initial announcement, McGregor has slowly teased what we can expect, including the fact that we’ll see his various injuries In recent years:
“I crushed the metatarsal bones in my foot 3 weeks before the Khabib fight, and I still did the walk. All injuries are not the same. You’ll see it all on Netflix. When you have a serious injury with a high percentage of non-recovery, it’s just not the same.»
A first look trailer for the new documentary can be found below:
Based on the official synopsis for the series, here’s what to expect:
“Conor McGregor’s brutal punches and swagger made him the biggest draw in the UFC. This moving docuseries follows his dynamic career.”
In case you can’t wait for the new docuseries to hit Netflix, the 2017 documentary Conor McGregor: Notorious is available on Netflix in more than 20 regions, according to Unogincluding countries like Australia and the UK
This is one of the many documentaries and docuseries that Netflix is working on to immerse itself in the world of sports. Just yesterday, we found out that the Tour de France docuseries is set to be released on Netflix in June and that’s on top of series like Formula 1: drive to survive, breaking point, and fully operationalplus upcoming ones covering David Beckham, the NFL and much more.
Will you be watching the new Netflix documentary series when it arrives in May 2023? Let us know in the comments below.