Conor McGregor teases Netflix documentary is just months from launching after Machine Gun Kelly scuffle

The UFC champ’s Netflix series is around the corner (Picture: Getty)

Conor McGregor has revealed that his upcoming new Netflix documentary is just months away from launching.

The former UFC champion has teased that the first hour-long episode will be released on the streaming giant in January 2022 and described himself as ‘Santy ho ho ho’.

The news comes just days after the Irish UFC star called Machine Gun Kelly a ‘little vanilla boy rapper’ during a heated run-in at the MTV Video Music Awards on Monday.

‘I’m contractually locked into 4, 1 hour episodes that I’ve to produce right now for Netflix,’ Conor wrote on Twitter.

‘Which give or take I’ve it done already. 1st 1 hour episode up by January easy. Christmas presents, I’m Santy ho ho ho.’

Conor had previously got fans excited about the four-part project in July, when he hinted at the title of the so-far unconfirmed series.

I’ll be executive producer on the project.
I’m contractually locked into 4, 1 hour episodes that I’ve to produce right now for Netflix. Which give or take I’ve it done already. 1st 1 hour episode up by January easy. Christmas presents, I’m Santy ho ho ho https://t.co/DoOPKgshqc

— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) September 15, 2021

All you pull out merchants wouldn’t last 13 seconds in my world.
My 4 part Netflix docuseries coming soon has the entire bts.
I’m gonna title it “Mad Mac’s: Fury Road” pic.twitter.com/nNNShC8mfo

— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) July 16, 2021

‘All you pull out merchants wouldn’t last 13 seconds in my world,’ he penned. ‘My 4 part Netflix docuseries coming soon has the entire bts. I’m gonna title it “Mad Mac’s: Fury Road”.’

Earlier this week, Conor claimed that ‘nothing’ happened between him at Machine Gun Kelly, despite photos showing the pair in a scuffle.

Conor was seen throwing a punch at Machine Gun Kelly at the VMAs (Picture: Rex)

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, the Dublin-born star said: ‘I don’t know. He showed up, and I don’t know. I don’t know the guy.

‘Nothing happened with me, I only fight real fighters, people that actually fight, you know what I mean.

‘I certainly don’t fight little vanilla boy rappers. I don’t even know the guy. I don’t know anything about him, except that he’s with Megan Fox.’

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Machine Gun Kelly, whose real name is Colson Baker, was also asked about the alleged altercation but walked away without answering the question.

Both men later appeared during the VMAs ceremony.

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