Boxing fitness instructor Brian “BoMac” McIntire was jailed Sunday on charges of trying to board an aircraft with a weapon in examined travel luggage, according to cops.
McIntire, 53, was jailed at Manchester airport in Manchester, England, one day after he guided British middleweight Chris Eubank Jr. to a blockage win over Liam Smith. In a declaration, Greater Manchester Police stated McIntire is charged with belongings of a gun and belongings of ammo for a gun without a certificate. He had a court look Monday early morning and was remanded into cops custody.
According to Manchester cops, airport personnel determined a possible gun in an inspected bag. GMP officers recovered the weapon and jailed McIntire.
His next court date is arranged for Oct. 9.
McIntire is thought about among the sport’s premier fitness instructors and is most understood for his deal with Terence Crawford. In July, Crawford (40-0, 31 KOs) stopped competitor Errol Spence Jr. in an extremely expected face-off to win the undeniable welterweight title. Crawford ended up being the very first guys’s fighter to win undeniable crowns in 2 various weight classes.
Last week, McIntire informed British media that Spence had actually triggered the rematch provision to face Crawford later on this year. However, McIntire informed ESPN on Saturday that he did not have additional information on that bout.
A representative for Crawford did not return an ask for remark.