MMA fans rejoice, because the hero of the hour, Conor McGregor, is set to release an autobiography that will detail his rise to fame and struggle to the top throughout the years.
The Irish Sun reports that McGregor had originally signed a deal with publishers Gill & Macmillan in 2014 to tell his life story, but the book was delayed as his stardom grew.
The book will be a memoir/philosophy blend, and was originally set to be titled Notorious: My Life In and Out of the Octagon.
The biography will take inspiration from popular motivation book, The Secret, which inspired the UFC fighter since he was young.
A source told the Irish Sun: “Conor saw the documentary film The Secret when he was younger and he swears by it.
“It’s all about believing in yourself, focusing your mind on one thing and putting your entire energy into that in order to succeed. If you can visualise it, you can do it."
While a release date is still under wraps, the book is expected to gross €15 million in sales, and is sure to be a best seller.