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When UKIP’s Would-be London Mayor Frank Maloney ‘Hated’ Bitching Gays

Olympic and Commonwealth Heavyweight Gold Medalist Lennox Lewis (right) with his promoter Frank Maloney at a press conference at Scribes wine bar in London, to announce Lewis' upcoming fight with Andy Gerrard. * 7/11/01: Former World Heavyweight Champion Lennox Lewis (right) with his promoter Frank Maloney at a press conference at Scribes wine bar in London. Lennox Lewis has parted company with his long term manager Frank Maloney. Lewis is currently in training for his re-match against Hasim Rahman.  Ref #: PA.1363045  Date: 07/09/1989

Olympic and Commonwealth Heavyweight Gold Medalist Lennox Lewis (right) with his promoter Frank Maloney at a press conference at Scribes wine bar in London, to announce Lewis’ upcoming fight with Andy Gerrard. Date: 07/09/1989

 

FRANK Maloney, 61, the boxing promoter who worked to make Lennox Lewis Britain’s first undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, is now Kellie. Says Ms Maloney:

“I was born in the wrong body and I have always known I was a woman. I can’t keep living in the shadows. That is why I am doing what I am. Living with the burden any longer would have killed me. What was wrong at birth is now being medically corrected.”

She’s been supported by many:

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Posted: 11th, August 2014 | In: Politicians, Sports | Comment


In Pictures: Tyson Fury Beats John McDermott

TYSON Fury has a name for boxing. It’s nominative determinism with fists and snarl. Ok, his full name is Luke Tyson Fury, and Luke Fury makes him sound more like a 1958 comic book character than a 6ft 9in former bare-knuckle fighter who can smash your face in. Tyson Fury is the current English heavyweight champion. And we went to see him beat John McDermott at the English Heavyweight Title bout at Brentwood Leisure Centre, London. Nine months ago, Fury beat McDermott on points. Promoter Frank Maloney said it was “the most controversial decision since Henry Cooper was outpointed by Joe Bugner in 1971”. But then Frank Maloney also said this:

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Tyson Fury (left) lands a big right to opponent John McDermott during the English Heavyweight Title bout at Brentwood Leisure Centre, London.

Posted: 26th, June 2010 | In: Sports | Comment