Lennox Lewis respects Frank Maloney’s sex change

Lennox LewisLennox Lewis – former world champion admired by Live betting fans and pay per head agents for his devastating power in the ring – released a statement in support of former promoter Frank Maloney’s decision to change his sex.

Price per head services learned that Maloney, 61-years-old, said that now she lives as a woman named Kellie, and the 48-year-old former world heavyweight champion said that he respects the decision made by his former promoter.

Lewis’ Live betting fans saw that Maloney was the one who guided Lewis when he became the unquestionable heavyweight champion, earning the respect of many pay per head agents. She was also the former champion’s manager.

A statement made by Lewis on Facebook read: “I was just as shocked as anyone at the news about my former promoter and my initial thought was that it was a wind-up.

“The great thing about life, and boxing, is that, day to day, you never know what to expect.

“This world we live in isn’t always cut and dried or black and white and, coming from the boxing fraternity, I can only imagine what a difficult decision this must be for Kellie.

“However, having taken some time to read Kellie’s statements, I understand better what she, and others in similar situations are going through.

“I think that all people should be allowed to live their lives in a way that brings them harmony and inner peace.

“I respect Kellie’s decision and say that, if this is what brings about true happiness in her life, then so be it. #LiveAndLetLive.”

Pay per head agents remember when in the 1990’s, Maloney turned into a very famous figure in the sport.

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Maloney worked with David Haye when the famous Londoner clinched the world cruiserweight title, and is also very well known with Live betting fans and pay per head agents for working with several European, British, and Commonwealth champions before his retirement from the sport last October after a career that spanned 30 years.