Bradley Welsh was born in the late 1970s and died on April 17, 2019, he was a Scottish boxer and actor, who also appeared on an episode of Danny Dyer’s Deadliest Men, he was, reportedly killed in Edinburgh.
Bradley was born in Moredun in the late 1970s; he studied at St Thomas Aquinas High School before leaving.
He appeared on Danny Dyer’s Deadliest Men in 2008, where he described himself as a “born leader” on the episode.
Bradley became involved in protection rackets and becoming a well-known member of the Hibernian FC Capital City Service firm, building a character as a casual.
At the age of 19, however, Bradley found himself in jail for menacing an estate agent after being found not guilty on extortion and guns charges.
In 2014, Bradley managed to get his name in the Guinness Book of World Records after raising more than £44,000 through his Pads for Charity event which saw him spend 24 hours in the ring as 360 people engaged him in a nonstop round of pads.
Bradley later became engaged in charity projects in Edinburgh, including supporting young people to stay away from a life of crime through his Holyrood Boxing Gym.
Welsh was reportedly a former British ABA Lightweight boxing champion.
Bradley Welsh passed away at the age of 42.