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Conor Mcgregor set to drop a 4 part Netflix Documentary next month


In a new 4-part documentary series that will premiere on Netflix on May 17, Conor McGregor will describe his career and recovery from a terrible broken leg.


McGregor Forever was created by Religion of Sports and directed by renowned documentarian Gotham Chopra. Chopra was previously in charge of documentaries like Tom vs. Time, which won a Sports Emmy for its inside look at Tom Brady, and Shut Up and Dribble, which followed LeBron James and other athletes caught up in the nation's expanding cultural and political debates.


In the first video from the series to be aired, McGregor is still in the hospital bed recovering from surgery to fix a terrible broken leg he sustained during his most recent fight with Dustin Poirier. McGregor says in the documentary that even he believed his career would be ended after suffering that injury, despite the fact that he has come a long way since then.


“I thought it was over as well,” McGregor said. “I thought it was over as well, that’s why I flipped into a different mode. It was the adrenaline as well and I know I would have came down but part of me was thinking, Jesus, imagine it was taken from me like that, I would be a different person and it was a bit scary, to be honest with you.


“But it’s McGregor forever. That’s it. It’s done. It’s McGregor forever and don’t you forget it.”


Each episode in the series will be one-hour long with behind-the-scenes footage from McGregor’s career as well as the aftermath from that broken leg as well as his rehabilitation.


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