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Former manager of Lennox Lewis will retire in 2015

Frank Maloney has told the media that he will retire in 2015 after his current contractual obligations end. The boxing promoter and UK Independence Party politician made his announcement after the inquest of Olympic boxer Darren Sutherland, who committed suicide in 2009. Maloney's reputation has seemingly taken a battering through the inquest, with claims of bullying thrown about.

Controversy has followed Maloney his entire career, usually deservedly. On more than one occasion he's made unacceptble homophobic and sexist remarks including there are "too many gays" and "I don't want to campaign around gays...I don't think they do a lot for society...what I have a problem with is them openly flaunting their sexuality". The fact is, despite Maloney's achievements in boxing, his world viewpoint is thirty years out of date.

Is his retirement such a bad thing? Maloney's influence in the sport is fading, having never found a fighter to promote as big as Lennox Lewis. With Eddie Hearn's hand growing and Ricky Hatton growing his stable and getting his fighters title shots, any boxers on Maloney's books will have somewhere to go in 2015.

How do you feel about this? Am I being harsh on Frank Maloney?