CONOR McGREGOR has revealed he is to star in a new documentary about his career ahead of the Floyd Mayweather mega-fight.
The UFC star and the former pound-for-pound king meet in a crossover spectacle in Las Vegas on August 26.
And Irishman McGregor, 28, has shown fans that a film is being made about his long and winding journey to the T-Mobile Arena.
The Notorious posted a teaser trailer to his social media accounts, with clips of McGregror now and from his early career.
The 30 second clip showed the Irishman riding through Las Vegas in his Rolls-Royce before cutting to a clip of an early fight at a rundown gym in Dublin.
McGregor, who will cash a staggering £78MILLION from the fight, was famously on the dole and earning £85 a fight at the start of his career.
The film is likely to track his meteoric rise.
The Irishman wrote: “Here is another power move for you to get excited about. Happy Monday.”
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McGregor landed on American soil on Monday ahead of a whirlwind press tour that will take place in the US, Canada and London.
UFC boss Dana White, is expecting it to be a “f***ing s*** show”.
White, who met McGregor’s private jet at Las Vegas airport, said: “Staples Center is sold out, and by sold out, I mean we did tickets and there’s no more seats left.
“Barclays [is] sold out. We had to get a bigger venue in Toronto, and we’re doing Wembley in England.
“It’s going to be crazy.
“It’s going to be a f***ing s*** show. You know that. Absolute s*** show.
“So, I don’t know. It’s going to be crazy.”
White added: “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 bulls***. 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 bulls*** in this one.
“I’m going to sit there with a mic, and when you ask me a question I will answer it.
“I’m not going to get up and give any speeches or do anything like that. I think Conor and I will come in, Conor and I will sit down, and we’ll answer questions when asked questions.
“I think that the rest of the people that are going to come in – I think there’s going to be a lot of people that come in and talk and have speeches.”