Netflix has unveiled the official trailer for “McGregor Forever,” a docuseries following UFC fighter Conor McGregor’s comeback after suffering a broken leg in his UFC 264 loss to Dustin Poirier in July 2021.

The series consists of four one-hour episodes, offering a glimpse into McGregor’s life outside of the ring. The trailer shows McGregor recovering in the hospital and pundits speculating about his ability to return to top form post-injury. Despite skepticism, the Dublin-born former featherweight and lightweight champion remains determined, stating, “I’ve been fighting my entire life. It’s what I was put here to do.”

The trailer also showcases McGregor celebrating moments with his family, emphasizing his resilience in the face of defeat. “McGregor Forever” is executive produced by Gotham Chopra, co-founder of Religion of Sports, and will be available on Netflix starting May 17.