"Conor McGregor: Notorious" hits theaters next month.
Conor McGregor has just unveiled the first trailer for his upcoming documentary, dubbed "Conor McGregor: Notorious," which will be in theaters worldwide in November.
The film will reportedly debut on November 8th in USA and Canadian theaters. The synopsis on the ConorMcGregorfilm.com website describes it as follows:
“Conor McGregor is the biggest star in the history of Mixed Martial Arts. Filmed over the course of 4 years, Notorious is the exclusive, all-access account of Conor’s meteoric rise from claiming benefits and living in his parent’s spare room in Dublin to claiming multiple championship UFC belts and seven figure pay-packets in Las Vegas. Featuring unprecedented access, never before seen moments and explosive fight footage, this is the ultimate behind-the-scenes look at a sporting icon and his spectacular rise from the bottom to the very top.”
The documentary is directed by Gavin Fitzgerald and produced by Jamie D’alton. In addition to McGregor, the film also stars his girlfriend Dee Devlin, UFC President Dana White, former UFC featherweight champ Jose Aldo and Arnold Schwarzenegger. The film will reportedly be released by Universal Pictures in association with McGregor Sports & Entertainment.
The doc contains footage of a young Conor McGregor who was still cashing welfare checks up until his recent boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather and everything in between, including his UFC bouts against Nate Diaz.
McGregor, UFC's lightweight champion, has a 9-1 record since joining the UFC in 2013, with his only last coming at the hands of Nate Diaz via submission at UFC 196. McGregor evened things up with a win against Diaz at UFC 202, and now fans are anxiously awaiting the inevitable trilogy. The only questions are when will it take place, and how much money is it going to take to get the two superstars in the octagon.
Check out the latest trailer for "Conor McGregor: Notorious" below.
In Conor McGregor's film, there's an Irish Debt Bureau letter.— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) October 5, 2017
This would have come 5 months after he picked up a $235 welfare check. pic.twitter.com/aigdCdGVTa