Conor McGregor Documentary ‘Notorious’ To Air In Cinemas For One Night Only

Conor McGregor’s upcoming documentary ‘Notorious’ is set to air in cinemas for one night only across the U.S. on November 8th.

Filmed over a four-year period, the feature-length documentary will follow McGregor’s rags-to-riches story from the beginning, including unprecedented access to the fighter and never-before-seen footage, to tell the story of the Irish sensation, who rose from a humble job as a plumber’s apprentice to become a two-division UFC champion, MMA’s biggest draw, a global superstar and one of the richest athletes in all of sports.

The film will also feature an exclusive interview with McGregor, which was conducted during the Irish premiere for the documentary.

McGregor may have come up short in his bid to become the first man to defeat boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr earlier this year, but it’s a testament to his star power that people are still as drawn to the fighter as ever and eager to find out what comes next, so it’ll be interesting to see how this documentary performs during it’s fleeting appearance in movie theatres.

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