Prince William & Duchess Kate were visiting the Bulldogs Boxing & Community Activities (Bulldogs BCA) which is a charity that does a lot of community work with army veterans, disabled children & mental health illness suffers. Bulldogs BCA is operated from Port Talbot ABC (Port Talbot Bulldogs) in South Wales.
McIntosh who is the Chairman of the Youth Council for the Bulldogs BCA said “It was amazing, they were really nice down to earth people who showed a genuine interest in the work we do at the Bulldogs, It’s a really great charity and we do so much for the community, it’s nice that it has been recognised, it gave everyone a lift”
McIntosh’s Manager Steve Goodwin said “The work that Bulldogs BCA do for the community is fantastic, and I am so pleased it is getting recognised. When we signed Conor he was so passionate about the work he does there & this is one of the reasons we signed him. Not only is he a great fighter with huge potential, but his kindness, integrity and work ethic are the exact qualities we look for in a fighter.”
McIntosh who also trains out of Bideford Boxing Club when onto say “They took time to chat to everyone and I even got to talk about my upcoming professional debut on 10th April at the Plymouth Guildhall. I invited them along, who knows we might even see them ringside in April”
To find out more about the work Bulldogs BCA do please visit their Facebook page by clicking HERE