After a prolonged, injury-enforced absence from the cage you can expect to see Conor McGregor back on your screens in a big way in the coming weeks and months.
The Dubliner’s second documentary series chronicling his rise to superstardom in the UFC, ‘McGregor Forever’, is set to be released on May 17th on the streaming platform Netflix (the second trailer for which you can watch here) — and less than two weeks later on May 30th, the first episode of McGregor’s second stint as coach on the UFC’s long-running reality series ‘The Ultimate Fighter’ will be see its first episode broadcast.
The show, which pits McGregor against future opponent Michael Chandler is the coaching stakes, will once again feature a cast of hopefuls looking to earn a UFC contract, all played against the backdrop of McGregor’s ever-developing rivalry with Chandler — which, at least according to the first trailer released by the UFC ahead of the show, gets testy at times.
Check out the clip below and you’ll see what we mean:
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