An retired boxing manager as well as promoter and United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) politician Frank Maloney was born on 1952 or 1953 in Peckham. Frank is mostly known for managing Lennox Lewis between the year 1989 and 2001 and also helping him to become Britain’s first World Heavyweight Champion in the year 1993 for nearly a century.
Maloney is now living as a woman and is planning to undergo a sex change. Maloney’s parents were Irish. Frank began boxing while at school. During that time, Frank wanted to become a Catholic Priest. Later, she became a chef and also continued to box. She also began to train other boxers as well as organize amateur contests before she was at the age of twenty.
In 1980s, Maloney moved into professional boxing when he got teamed up with Frank Warren and began to train and promote the boxers. Together, they went on signing up the best young talent of the time. Later, in the year 1989, Frank became the manager of Lennox Lewis until the year 2001. Maloney then again teamed up with Frank Warren in 2000.
In addition, Frank had also guided four other fighters to The World Titles. He has also managed to string of British, European and Commonwealth Champions. In October of 2013, Maloney announced his decision to get retired from the boxing. To talk about her personal life, Maloney has married twice. He has been married to second wife Tracey fro over fifteen years. The couple has two daughters. They also have a dog called Louis. Frank also has a daughter from her previous marriage.
Maloney announced publicly on August of 2014 that she is now known as Kellie and is undergoing gender reassignment. In an interview, she had stated that “I was born the wrong body and I have always known I was a woman”. She also said that she can’t live in the shadows, that is why she is doing what she is today and living with the burden any longer would have killed her. She also told to Sunday Mirror that she has been living as a female for more than a year.
Prior to that, Maloney had stood in the Lo0ndon mayoral election 2004 in which he came fourth with just under 7% of vote. Later in 2010, she stood for the UKIP in the East London constituency of Barking. There, other candidates included Labour MP Margaret Hodge: head of the British National Party, Dominic Carman and Nick Griffin. Apart from that, Maloney is also known for his outspoken opinions and she also occasionally appear as a guest on television and radio shows.