“Money So Dirty”: Months After Release From Jail, Terence Crawford’s Trainer Makes Floyd Mayweather Impression & Leaves Fans in Frenzy

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Terence Crawford‘s trainer, Brian ‘BoMac’ McIntyre, expressed his relief on social media after his release from the historic HM prison in Birmingham, England. He is now a free man after his release. He was arrested in September for carrying a loaded firearm in his suitcase at the airport. McIntyre, a native of Omaha, Nebraska, had a stint as a journeyman heavyweight from 1994 to 2007.

Despite his modest record of 7 wins, 14 losses, and 2 knockouts, he managed to make a mark by enduring the full four rounds against Butterbean in November 2004. Eventually, he discovered his true passion and calling as a coach. As a result, he paved the way for his journey in the world of training and mentoring fighters.

Now that the bad times are over, the coach has his luck turned over as he poses with an enormous stack of cash after becoming the coach of the year. The Floyd Mayweather imitation has fans talking.

Brian ‘BoMac’ McIntyre on his way to becoming the next Floyd Mayweather? Fans have their own theories.

Hard work pays. McIntyre posed for a picture with stacked up cash, biting one stack while looking at the camera. The coach has been a strong pillar for his boxers. While he enjoys the fruits of his labor, fans have a few mixed reactions.

“That’s cool and all but money so dirty, never ever put it in your mouth! Disgusting.” said one fan who found the act unhygienic.

“What’s the whole purpose of blk people always showing the money and jewelry? I don’t Bill gate or Facebook owner doing the same” said another fan who questioned the showcase of vanity.

“Let’s see if they can break the trend, every time someone gets coach of the yea the trainer and fighters have had bad years the next” Another fan expressed concern over the recurring situation where the coaches and fighters suffer after being awarded with such a title.

“Thanks to Al and PBC Bob never had him eating like this” Another fan underscored the influence of Al Haymon and PBC in helping McIntyre with the achievement and fortune.

“Hope he invests in his health” Another fan who was concerned about the coach hoped he would take better care of himself.

BoMac also shaped the careers of champions like Amir Khan, Jamel Herring, and Maurice Hooker, and currently trains the promising Lightweight prospect Keyshawn Davis, marking him as a respected figure in the boxing world. However, the one fighter who has stayed by his side since the very beginning is none other than Crawford.

How far back do Terence Crawford and Brian “BoMac” McIntyre go?

In the heart of Omaha’s challenging neighborhood, Brian “BoMac” McIntyre, a former journeyman heavyweight, discovered a young talent just down the street—Terence Crawford. Little did he know that their initial connection in training for the Butterbean bout would lead to an extraordinary partnership. Crawford, under BoMac’s guidance, transformed into a boxing sensation.

Since turning professional in 2008, Crawford soared to greatness, clinching world titles in multiple weight classes. BoMac’s influence was pivotal. It aided Crawford in becoming the first male fighter to achieve double undisputed status. Additionally, reigning as the Welterweight champion after defeating Errol Spence Jr.

McIntyre has made a blasting comeback after his prison time. While he was already on his way up, the unforeseen legal trouble put a break on it. However, he is back and ready to give his best again.





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