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Conor McGregor has emphasised that he remains ‘the man to beat in the UFC’ ahead of the release of his latest documentary series.

The latest glimpse behind the curtain into the life of one of the most enigmatic stars in all of sports, ‘McGregor Forever’, will be released on the Netflix streaming platform on May 17th and while debuting a new teaser trailer to the documentary series on social media overnight, McGregor promised that the doc will will give viewers a “ringside seat for some of the biggest challenges I’ve faced, how I bounced back, and why I’m still the man to beat in the UFC.”

The four-part series, which was produced by the Tom Brady co-founded group Religion of Sports, will showcase McGregor’s rise to the summit of the mixed martial arts landscape, as well as some of the difficulties he has faced along the way — including an eye-watering glimpse into the broken leg he sustained in his most recent bout in the Octagon in the summer of 2021.

“I’ve been fighting my entire life, it’s what I was put here to do,” McGregor says in the trailer.

Another voice adds: “There’s a saying, ‘reasonable men never achieved anything’. And Conor is a very unreasonable man. Eventually, the fighting will end. But Conor wants to prove that he’s the baddest man on the planet.”

“You’re going to face setbacks. I was beaten, and that’s that,” McGregor also says.