While Conor McGregor has been busy on tour with Floyd Mayweather promoting their upcoming boxing superfight on Aug. 26 live on Showtime pay-per-view (PPV) from inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, the UFC lightweight champion has been conquering other markets like he usually does.
Per a recent Twitter post by Universal Pictures, McGregor will soon make it to the big screen in his own documentary movie titled “Notorious.”
— UniversalPicturesEnt (@UniversalEnt) July 14, 2017
Remember, the 29-year-old recently teased the upcoming film with this Instagram message:
While no release date or official synopsis has been revealed, the film will most likely follow McGregor’s journey as an aspiring mixed martial artist struggling to make ends meet in Dublin, Ireland, to the superstar millionaire that he is today. After all, the film’s tagline is “If you want it all, you have to fight for it.”
If McGregor is able to conquer his most formidable quest to date and defeat Mayweather on Aug. 26 in his professional boxing debut, his upcoming “Notorious” movie will have quite the ending.