Conor McGregor teases fight documentary

By Alex Butler

July 10 (UPI) -- UFC star Conor McGregor wished his fans a "happy Monday" by teasing a new documentary.

McGregor also spent some time hanging out with UFC president Dana White this weekend at a Los Angeles airport.


"Here is another power move for you to get excited about," McGregor wrote on a social media post showing off a preview for a documentary about his life. "Happy Monday."

The biopic is produced by Universal Pictures and McGregor Sports and Entertainment. The clip has about an hour and a half of footage.

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McGregor's biggest test will be his August 26 boxing bout against Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas. Showtime released its first trailer Friday for that megafight at the T-Mobile Arena.

The 2-minute clip has nearly a million views. McGregor left a simple comment on YouTube, stating: "I'm coming."

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McGregor beat Eddie Alvarez in November during UFC 205 for his last fight, while Mayweather's last fight was a 2015 win against Andre Berto.


'Money' Mayweather and 'The Notorious' meet face-to-face on Tuesday in Los Angeles, on Wednesday in Toronto, Canada, on Thursday in New York and on Friday in London, England during a world tour of press conferences.

On Sunday, White and McGregor posted several photos from an airstrip near Los Angeles, with several jets in the background.

"Got off the plane in LA & @TheNotoriousMMA is getting off his plane. Here we go!#MayweatherMcGregor @ZettaJet #WorldTour @FloydMayweather," White wrote.

"The presidents," McGregor wrote. He also wrote: "fight business" on another post of the duo.

After landing, McGregor posted another photo with an interesting caption.

"This was outside what was supposedly "2pacs last LA home before he was shot. For sale at 2.6million," the UFC champ wrote.

"I was sent a picture of it just today by my sister and said [expletive] it, I'll go look at it when I land."


"It was more like some old ladies gaf, mad pong out of it an all. My bollox. Could have said anyone lived in the gaf."

"Good luck bye."

White told reporters after Saturday's UFC 213 event that the press tour for the fighters will be a "[expletive, expletive] show."

"You know that. Absolute [expletive] show. So, I don't know. It's going to be crazy," White said.

"I think it's going to be a hybrid of the boxing press conferences and UFC press conferences. I don't know. I think it's going to be more like a boxing press conference than it is our press conferences. You know how mine are. No [expletive]. We walk in, and we sit down and, 'What's up? Who has the first question?' and we get it rolling. I think there's going to be a lot more [expletive] in this one."

Fight business.


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White will be along for the tour.

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