The first trailer for Netflix’s new docuseries “McGregor Forever”, which gives a glimpse of Ultimate Fighting Champion Conor McGregor’s official comeback, has been released.
At UFC 264 in July 2021, when Dustin Poirier defeated McGregor via first-round TKO, he fractured his lower left tibia and fibula. Before being whisked away for emergency surgery, an enraged McGregor hurls threats at Poirier.
Fans can relive McGregor’s injury and the events that followed two years later in “McGregor Forever”, a documentary series that debuted on Netflix on May 17th.
From his hospital bed, McGregor revealed that his adrenaline rush was at an all-time high, and he feared his career might be over.
Conor McGregor’s return to the UFC
‘The Notorious’ has lost back-to-back fights to bitter rival Dustin Poirier following his 2020 win. In their third encounter of 2021, McGregor broke his leg.
The Irishman has fully recovered from his injuries and is preparing to resume play. McGregor will be a major pay-per-view event later this year, and the UFC announced it earlier this year. He will be competing against Michael Chandler, former Bellator champion.
The UFC has yet to officially announce a date, location, or weight division for a major fight. As a result, fans must wait longer. McGregor has returned to the stage and even improved his wrestling technique.
As such, fans may be in for a better look at McGregor after his return.
An overview of Conor McGregor’s upcoming Netflix documentary announcement
Gotham Chopra and Darragh McCarthy are directors of this new docuseries. Conor McGregor, an Irish professional mixed martial artist, and boxer who gained international approval for his Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) accomplishments and flamboyant demeanor was the subject of the documentary.
The film, which may go into production as early as 2021, has McGregor as executive producer. McGregor Forever’s new docuseries, slated for release on Netflix on May 17, 2023, has received its first leak and more information from Netflix.
What to expect from the McGregor Forever documentary?
Conor McGregor became the UFC’s most significant draw as a result of his heavy hitting and bullshit. This thrilling docuseries chronicles his illustrious career.
McGregor Forever will instead think about the near career-ending leg break he suffered in July 2021 in his fight against Dustin Poirer and his recovery, as opposed to the previous two films, which highlighted the amazing pinnacle of McGregor’s UFC career.
In the first trailer, McGregor looks in good spirits despite being in a hospital bed in a full leg cast;
McGregor’s knees buckled beneath him with only seconds left in the first round, leaving the previous lightweight and featherweight champion unable to continue.
After the injury, he needed rigorous therapy and surgery. McGregor revealed that he will face Chandler in the octagon later this year after a protracted recovery.