Who is Chris Eubank Jr’s trainer, Brian McIntyre, detained at Manchester airport? Investigating reasons for his arrest

Chris Eubank Jr. has already achieved championship titles in two different weight classes: middleweight and super middleweight. In his most recent bout, he defeated Liam Smith. The British boxer’s father, Chris Eubank, is also a former two-division world champion.

Eubank Jr. is coached by Brian McIntyre, who, in addition to coaching Eubank Jr., is famous for his work with Terence Crawford. Under Brian’s guidance, Terence became the undisputed welterweight champion recently. 

Who is Chris Eubank Jr’s trainer Brian McIntyre? Explained

Brian “BoMac” McIntyre is a highly acclaimed boxing trainer with a track record of working alongside numerous prominent fighters. His most notable student is Terence Crawford. McIntyre has earned widespread recognition for his exceptional coaching skills.

Brian McIntyre

“BoMac” has played a pivotal role in guiding Crawford to the pinnacle of his career, which culminated in his historic achievement of becoming the undisputed welterweight champion. Terrence Crawford defeated Errol Spence Jr. to become the undisputed welterweight champion of the world. “Bud” holds all four belts in the weight class.

Before achieving undisputed status at welterweight, Crawford held all four belts at super lightweight. The bout between him and Errol Spence Jr. was one of the most highly anticipated fights in boxing in 2023.

Brian McIntyre was last seen coaching Chris Eubanks Jr. to victory over Liam Smith. However, after the event, “BoMac” came under police investigation when he attempted to transport a firearm at the airport. The incident occurred following Eubanks Jr.’s victory over Smith in Manchester.

Chris Eubank Jr’s trainer Brian McIntyre arrested for loaded firearm in airport

Recent news reports have brought to light an incident involving Brian McIntyre. He was apprehended and faced charges related to attempting to transport a firearm in his checked luggage at Manchester Airport.

Brian McIntyre

The charges include possession of a firearm and possession of ammunition for a firearm without the proper documents. This incident unfolded shortly after he coached British middleweight Chris Eubank Jr. to a triumphant victory over Liam Smith. McIntyre underwent a court appearance and was subsequently placed in police custody.

McIntyre’s reputation in the boxing community remains strong. The outcome of McIntyre’s legal proceedings will shape his future in boxing. The 53-year-old coach has never been on the wrong side of the law. Given the stringent firearm laws in England, McIntyre should exercise caution in his actions moving forward.

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