The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday released the information that the documentary, “Conor McGregor: Notorious,” will have a one-day theatrical release throughout the United States on Wednesday, Nov. 8.
Trafalgar Releasing, who is is behind the theatrical release stated that the one day presentation will be a combination of the documentary, and will also include an interview with McGregor that will be taped at the world premier of the documentary in Dublin.
The documentary covers McGregor’s life as an apprentice plumber living in his mother’s apartment in a spare room with his girlfriend, before making it big as a UFC fighter. The film will cover McGregor’s entire UFC career, and climaxes with his Aug. 26 boxing match against Floyd Mayweather Jr.
The movie was shot over four years, featuring never-before-seen moments behind-the-scenes, and highlights of his biggest fights, including his pay-per-view blockbusters against Jose Aldo, who he won the featherweight title from, and one of his biggest rivals, Nate Diaz.
The U.S. release will come seven days after the documentary is first released in Ireland.
The movie was directed by Gavin Fitzgerald and produced by Jamie D’Alton for Motive Films.