Conor ‘Notorious’ McGregor Announces Comeback
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Conor ‘Notorious’ McGregor Announces Comeback

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BY May 5, 2023

Conor ‘Notorious’ McGregor, one of the most successful and popular UFC fighters and a three-time champion is releasing his own docu-series. With the hints of him hopping back into the ring after two years, the Netflix docu-series has a lot of potential so far. Read on to find out details!

Conor ‘Notorious’ McGregor Coming Back to UFC

One of the most popular UFC players dropped a trailer for the upcoming Netflix docu-series titled “McGregor Forever”. Of course, this short documentary will focus on the life and professional career of the one and only Conor ‘Notorious’ McGregor.

For those of you who don’t know about him, McGregor started his UFC career almost a decade ago. Moreover, he has won several notable prizes, some of which include the title of the champion in the featherweight and lightweight categories.

After a serious injury to the knee, Conor ‘Notorious’ McGregor had to step back from the UFC ring back in 2020. Now, after almost 3 full years of healing, he is ready to step back into the ring.

He took the chance to promote his upcoming fight mivia the official Netflix trailer for his autobiographical TV series. Moreover, his battle with Michael Chandler will officially take place in summer of 2023!

The popular fighter won his first featherweight championship in 2015, continuing his successful career in 2016 when he also won the lightweight championship. As of today, he is the only dual-weight championship to win the two contests in such a short time span.

Netflix’s Docu-series about UFC Champion McGregor

As we mentioned, Conor ‘Notorious’ McGregor confirmed his return to the UFC ring soon. Moreover, the fight between McGregor and Chandler will happen this year. In addition, both of them will appear in the upcoming TV series.

As Netflix explains, the docu-series will serve as a warm-up for these two before they step into the ring. The show will focus on the two of them as they coach the young fighters in The Ultimate Fighter.

The docu-series about Conor ‘Notorious’ McGregor will air on Netflix from May to August. The notorious UFC champion broke his leg during the fight against Dustin Poirier. Now, almost three full years later, Conor is sharing the process of healing with his fans across the world.

“With a big black eye and a gash, my tricolor, and my new and first ever ufc gold belt, I waltzed into the notorious fight gym in Las Vegas. The slickest suits and shouts the show had ever seen before. On top of the silverware. And I coached my team to victory. Crazy. Some journey. I have just been offered to coach this role again. I like it. It is full immersion which is needed. I see fighters lining up. I know whats ahead I been ready motherfuckers. #StayReady”, Conor ‘Notorious’ McGregor said, announcing his return.


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