A boxing promoter who has appeared on shows such as Celebrity Big Brother is set to visit Romford.

A documentary series on Kellie Maloney, the TV personality, has been nominated for an award at the I Am Film festival taking place at the Premiere Cinema in Mercury Mall tomorrow (December 8).

Knockout Blonde delves into Maloney's journey, shedding light on the challenges she faced within the boxing industry due to her gender conflict.

A spokesperson for the Mercury Mall said the series explores Maloney’s struggles, triumphs, and pursuit of breaking barriers in a traditionally male-dominated field.

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Maloney managed heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis between 1989 and 2001.

Kellie was one of the biggest names in boxing as Frank Maloney before transitioning.

In 2014, she announced that she would no longer be known as Frank (Francis) Maloney.

Later that year, she signed up for Celebrity Big Brother and appeared in Celebrity MasterChef in 2019.

The festival, the spokesperson added, will bring together industry professionals, filmmakers and cinema lovers to celebrate outstanding contributions to the world of cinema.

Knockout Blonde will play at Premiere Cinema in Romford at 6.30pm tomorrow.