UFC fans will have plenty of content to look forward to in the near future, with Dana White teasing a documentary and a comedy show.
The UFC president spoke about upcoming plans, revealing there will be a behind the scenes UFC documentary coming out later this year, and he’s working with Hollywood star Adam Sandler to do a UFC comedy .
“It’s not easy to just put out a documentary and do it,” White said on The Pat McAfee Show.
“But we’re in the process of making a deal with Roku where we’re shooting a behind-the-scenes UFC documentary, which is coming out later this year.
“[It’s about] the whole affair. You will see all behind the scenes.
White continued: “We’re working on that. [documentary]we’re also working on a show right now with Adam Sandler which is a comedy about working in the UFC offices.”
It comes after one of UFC’s biggest stars, Conor McGregor, recently released a documentary on Netflix that is among the top ten most-watched shows on the platform.
The documentary gives a number of insights, including behind-the-scenes footage of the aftermath of McGregor’s fourth-round loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov.
The Irishman can also be seen cleaning a church during community service when he attacked the bus that Nurmagomedov and a number of other UFC fighters were on.
As for McGregor’s sequel, he is expected to return to the Octagon towards the end of this year, with Michael Chandler set to be his opponent.