Ultimate Fighting Championship standout Conor McGregor refuses to accept at first sight of upcoming film on Netflix Counting Documentary Series Forever McGregor
The streamer announced Tuesday that the four-part unscripted series will focus on the former UFC Feather A comeback effort for the division and lightweight champions will be launched in May . Project preview footage from producer Religion of Sports shows McGregor recovering in a hospital bed after sustaining injuries in UFC fights, including a broken leg 17 lost to Dustin Poirier in July 281.
“I thought it was over too – that’s why I switched to a different format,” McGregor said of the fight that could end his career said when worried. “Now, it’s also the adrenaline, and I know I’m going to calm down, and a part of me is like, ‘Jesus, imagine it just took it from me like that.’ Scary.”
He added, “Like a rock , it will always be McGregor, don’t you forget it.
The Irish Athlete will be previewing Piece posted to his Instagram page with the following message, “The only place to hear my true story and this is just the beginning! “
McGregor Forever Directed by Religion of Sports co-founder Gotham Chopra. Chopra, Ameeth Sankaran, Giselle Parets, Audie Attar, Peter Berg and Matt Goldberg are executive producers.
“Conor is unlike anyone I’ve ever worked with. As described by one of his coaches, he was a completely unreasonable individual,” Chopra said in a statement. “For that reason, it was impossible not to watch and fascinate him. Don’t look away, because I promise you, you’re bound to miss some inexplicable wildness. “
The four-hour episode will air in May on Netflix. 281