The trailer for Conor McGregor’s new film Notorious is out now, and it looks like it’s going to be absolutely incredible.
The UFC star has also confirmed that the documentary will hit cinemas in Ireland and the UK on November 1.
The film will then make it’s way across the Pond to the US and Canada on November 8, before hitting Australia and New Zealand on November 9.
Check it out:
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The film isn’t what you’d expect, and isn’t just a run up to the infamous fight between himself and Mayweather, it’s actually a lot more than that.
The film has been shot over the course of four years, and will chart Conor’s rise from living in his parents’ bedroom to oone of the most successful sportsmen alive today.
The new trailer gives a great insight into what we can expect to look forward to in the film, as we see Conor struggling with debt, doubt and physical injury as he makes his way through the ranks in UFC.
We also see glimpses of McGregor’s relationship with Dee Devlin, his longtime love and supporter who has stuck by his side throughout his trials and tribulations.
The couple even became parents in May, naming their son Conor Junior.
The family have been relaxing for a few weeks after McGregor’s defeat against boxer Floyd Mayweather, taking a well deserved holiday.
The couple have been spotted in Ibiza celebrating a friend’s wedding not long after the fight in Vegas.
McGregor has also recently been in the news for his reaction to the events in Las Vegas on Sunday night.
McGregor has fought in Las Vegas on multiple occasions, and spends a significant amount of time training in the city.
He even moves to Las Vegas for around a month prior to each fight, in order to acclimatise and train.
Absolutely devastated upon hearing the news in Las Vegas, a city with so much energy and life.
A city of celebration and enjoyment, a city so close to my heart.
I pray for all the victims, their families, and everyone affected by this senseless act of violence.
McGregor was dominating headlines throughout August for his fight with Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas, which he eventually lost after going twelve rounds with the boxing champ.
The Irish UFC Champion said:
Congrats to Floyd on a well fought match. Very experienced and methodical in his work. I wish him well in retirement.
He is a heck of a boxer. His experience, his patience and his endurance won him this fight hands down. I always told him he was not a fighter but a boxer.
But sharing the ring with him he is certainly a solid fighter. Strong in the clinch. Great understanding of frames and head position.
He has some very strong tools he could bring into an MMA game for sure.
Here is a toast of whiskey to everyone involved in this event and everyone who enjoyed it!
Thank you to all! Onto the next one!
It seems now his next one is this film which is obviously going to be the perfect tide-over until his next fight.
Bring it on!