Max Kellerman

Max Killerman is a sports TV personality from the United States. Max Kellerman is best known for his boxing commentary on HBO’s World Championship Boxing and HBO’s Boxing After Dark. He is currently the co-host of ESPN’s First Take.

Who is the Brother of Max Kellerman?

Kellerman is 47 years old and was born on August 6, 1973. He was born in The Bronx and raised with his family in Greenwich Village. In the Kellerman family, he was the eldest of four brothers. However, on October 17, 2004, his younger brother Sam was murdered. James Butler, a former boxer, is the man responsible for the murder.

Schooling of Max Kellerman

As a preschooler, Kellerman went to PS 41 in Greenwich Village. He later enrolled at Hunter College High School in 1991. He was accepted to Columbia University after graduating from high school to pursue a degree in History.

What is Max Kellerman Net Worth?

Kellerman was nominated for Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Analyst by the Sports Emmy Awards in 2002. Despite his outstanding performance, he was unable to receive the award.

Kellerman has spent the majority of his life commentating on boxing and broadcasting sports. His life’s work has earned him an $8 million net worth, but his annual salary under the ESPN contract is still under consideration.

How tall is Max Kellerman?

Max is 46 years old and still in good shape. He is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs approximately 70 kg. Blue eyes are among his other physical features.

Career line of Max Kellerman

  • Kellerman began his broadcasting career when he was a teenager. On a public-access television cable in New York City at the time, he hosted a TV show called Max on Boxing. However, after graduation, his career took a leap forward. Kellerman was hired as an analyst for ESPN’s Friday Night Fights boxing series in the late 1990s.
  • He got his own show Around the Horn in November 2002 after working as an analyst for a few years. Despite the fact that the show was a huge success, Killman and ESPN couldn’t come to terms. As a result, in 2004, he left the network.
  • He then hosted I, Max on Fox Sports Net alongside Michael Holley and Bill Wolff. Despite receiving the highest rating, the show was cancelled the following year. Later, he agreed to be a permanent contributor to MSNBC’s Tucker show. In addition, Kellerman cohosted Spike TV’s King of Vegas in 2006.
  • On August 21, 2006, Kellerman’s 1050 ESPN Radio journey began. He and Sid Rosenberg hosted WEPN at 7 p.m. He went through a rollercoaster ride with ESPN, changing broadcast times, duration, and cohosts several times. Following that, on March 9, 2009, Kellerman and ESPN radio mutually terminated their relationship.
  • In the midst of the ESPN Radio contract, HBO hired Killerman to host Boxing After Dark telecasts. He later became a member of the HBO World Championship Boxing main team, alongside Jim Lampley, Harold Lederman, and Roy Jones Jr. Max had a great platform with HBO, but he had to leave the boxing industry at the end of 2018.
  • Following that, he agreed to a multi-year deal with ESPN to cover boxing for the network. In addition to this, Killerman has worked for CNN, ESPNLA 710, and others.
  • Kellerman debuted in the acting career in 2006. Along with Lampley and Merchant, he starred in the film Rocky Balboa. He went on to play himself in films such as Creed as a reporter, The Wedding Bout, and Real Husbands of Hollywood.