Does it get any better for Conor McGregor? He currently boasts a 18-2-0 record, he's the number one ranked featherweight fighter in the world and he's looking at an annual return of some €40m from endorsements if he can sustain his winning progress.
And now his highly successful RTÉ documentary is set to be shown to an even bigger audience after proving a hit in Ireland and the US. The Conor McGregor documentary 'The Notorious' is on the cusp of becoming a world wide sensation after it was revealed that seven networks have expressed interest in buying the rights to the show.
TV broadcasters in the Netherlands, Scandinavia, Poland, Africa and even Australia, are keen to obtain the McGregor project. And don't be surprised if you spot the documentary on a flight soon as a number of airlines have included 'The Notorious' on their in-flight entertainment schedules.
Thousands of Irish viewers tuned in to watch the six episode series last year which chronicles McGregor's journey from his struggles as a labourer to his current life as an explosive force on the UFC circuit.
The UFC World Champion is currently taking a break at home from his training in Las Vegas ahead of his crunch bout with Jose Aldo in December. Aldo controversially withdrew from their fight in May and was replaced by Chad Mendes at the last minute who McGregor dispatched in less than two rounds.
McGregor also delighted his older sister recently with the gift of a BMW.
— erin mc gregor (@GregorErin) September 26, 2015