Conor McGregor is the biggest PPV star in all of combat sports at the moment, not just in the UFC but also boxing.
Now the Irish UFC champion is venturing into another PPV venture.
McGregor will be the next artist to feature in the an Experience with series which has featured Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Travolta and Al Pacino to name a few.
Below is all the information you need to know about the event.
The event will take place in on January 28 in front of a sold-out crowd of 5,000 people.
Event City in Manchester (the event is sold out)
Conor McGregor will take part in an hour-long Q&A session with journalist Ariel Helwani.
The event will cost £3.99 to stream.
Visit http://www.notoriouslive.tv/ to watch the interview.
Unfortunately due to rights restrictions viewers from Australia and New Zealand will not be able to watch this event.
Stephen Oleksewycz, Managing Director at An Experience With, said: “We knew this exclusive sporting showcase would appeal to the rest of the world, and wanted to offer those all over the globe the chance to see the event live.
“This rare opportunity had to be captured on film considering Conor’s past interview history, and we decided to take it one step further and distribute it globally, meaning fans who are not able to attend the event don’t have to miss out.
“Conor McGregor is arguably the biggest sporting star in the world right now, and has the appeal that demands this level of international exposure – he breaks a PPV record every time he fights.
“That said, people are always left wanted more and that’s where we come in. A 60 minute, intimate interview with top MMA journalist Ariel Helwani, discussing everything from Conor’s journey to the top, and of course what’s next.
“Writemedia gave us an opportunity to stream Conor’s interview live using their bespoke technology, and with the tickets sales going the way they were, it was a pretty simple decision.
“On the night, the Writemedia media team will assist our live production crew to provide fans watching at home the opportunity to feel like they’re at the event.”