Chris Eubank Jr., the cousin of former boxing champion Chris Eubank, has called for Brian “Bomac” McIntyre to be freed after he was charged with possession of a firearm. The incident occurred at Manchester Airport when a gun was found in a suitcase belonging to McIntyre.
Eubank Jr. took to social media to express his support for McIntyre, stating that he believed the charge was a misunderstanding. He also mentioned that McIntyre is a respected figure in the boxing community and has helped many fighters throughout his career.
The incident has sparked controversy and raised questions about airport security measures. Authorities are currently investigating how the gun ended up in McIntyre’s suitcase and whether there was any malicious intent behind it.
McIntyre is a well-known figure in the boxing world, having worked with several high-profile fighters, including pound-for-pound king Terence Crawford. He is the head trainer and manager of Crawford, who is considered one of the best boxers in the world.
Eubank Jr.’s support for McIntyre comes as no surprise, as the two have a close relationship. Eubank Jr. has often credited McIntyre for his success in the sport and has trained under his guidance in the past.
The incident has also brought attention to the issue of firearms and their presence in society. Many have called for stricter regulations and measures to prevent such incidents from occurring in the future.
It remains to be seen how the legal proceedings will unfold and what consequences McIntyre may face if found guilty. In the meantime, Eubank Jr. continues to show his support for his cousin’s trainer, urging for his release and maintaining his belief in McIntyre’s innocence.
The incident serves as a reminder of the importance of airport security and the need for constant vigilance to ensure the safety of passengers and prevent any potential threats from entering the country. Authorities are working diligently to investigate the matter and provide clarity on the situation.