Streaming platform Netflix released a fresh trailer for 'McGregor Forever', the docu-series on Conor McGregor's life. The four-part docuseries offers the most comprehensive look ever at the life of champion fighter Conor McGregor and follows him as he prepares to make his Octagon comeback in 2021 while simultaneously examining his professional and personal lives.
In 2021, McGregor sustained a terrible injury, and the documentary will also pay attention to his recuperation from that catastrophe. McGregor is seen discussing what happened while he was in the hospital in a first-look footage that was previously released.
Check out the trailer here:
In the trailer, McGregor is seen recovering in a hospital bed from the infamous fight against Dustin Poirier while analysts debate if he is still capable of competing at the highest level. The series also features brighter moments from his personal life and the ring, like the 34-year-old athlete's engagement celebration with fiancée Dee Devlin.
The series based on Conor McGregor is directed by Indian-origin director Gotham Chopra and produced by ‘Religion of Sports’. The mini docu-series will feature four episodes which are expected to be at least 60 minutes long. The mini-series is set to go on floors on May 17, on Netflix.