43 Years-Old ESPN Sportscaster Max Kellerman Who Once Hit His Wife Erin Manning is Living Happily With Her For 23 years!

News by Saburo Published on 04 Jun,2017 Updated on 17 Aug,2021

Max Kellerman, a popular boxing commentator-sports television personality was once suspended from his duty after hitting his wife Erin Manning. Kellerman is a commentator on HBO's World Championship Boxing and HBO After Dark

Max is married to Erin Manning for the last twenty-four years. We have exclusive details on this pretty interesting marriage, let's start!

Sportscaster Max Kellerman And Erin Manning Marriage Details!! Do They Have Children

Max Kellerman, the popular sportscaster is a married man. He married his longtime girlfriend Erin Manning in 1994. The couple has been happily married until now except for a few blows here and there and has three children together.

Max’s personal life is quite the mystery though. He is less active on social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, where he shares his professional work only.  Kellerman seems happy with his family and there are no rumors about their divorce.

Max Kellerman Once Suspended From ESPN For Domestic Violence

Max Kellerman is the second host of ESPN who was suspended from duty after hitting their girlfriends. According to Dailymail, in 2014, he was suspended for one week from ESPN when he admitted that once he hit his then girlfriend's now-wife during their college days.

Max and his wife Erin were college friends and he hit her at one college party when they both were drunk. However, the incident was apparently a one-time thing and they have been together in their marriage. The loving couple has been sharing the beautiful marital relationship life to date with no such conflict. 

While Max’s admission of having hit a woman was upsetting, the reason for his suspension was for discussing Ray Rice’s domestic abuse, which is most controversial after Stephen Smith's.

Kellerman was suspended for three days along with his colleague Smith who made didn't weigh in on the sensitive issue appropriately as well.

Smith condemned domestic violence but advised a woman not to provoke men to it while Kellerman admitted to hitting his wife during his college years. He later released a taped apology saying his comments were the most egregious error of his career.

The ESPN talk show host Max Kellerman has three children with his wife Erin Kellerman. The couple shares two daughters; Esther Kellerman and Mira Kellerman, and a son Sam Kellerman.

What Former Rocky Balboa Star Max Kellerman Up To These Days

Sports broadcaster Max Kellerman also loves acting. He has made a few cameo appearances in movies including Rockey Balba (2006) and Creed (2015). He also appeared in the reality television show The Real Husbands of Hollywood.

Max began his broadcasting journey as a teenage guy in the 1990s. He first covered Max on Boing in New York City. In the late 1990s, ESPN hired him as an analyst on ESPN’s boxing series Friday Night Fights. There, he co-hosted the show along with Brian Kenny

Kellerman currently hosts ESPN’s First Take alongside Stephen A. Smith and Molly Querim. Their colleague Stephen Smith is on leave now for some time due to his mother’s death. The First take team shared a condolence message via Twitter.

Also read: Get to know five interesting facts about hot ESPN Sports Anchor Molly Qerim

During his tenure, Max has interviewed several boxing heroes like Mike Tyson, the late Muhammad Ali, Floyd Mayweather, and many others. 

And as far as domestic violence is concerned, we hope Kellerman never repeats his behavior and is truly sorry for what he did, which he said he was. Their long-standing marriage does credit his case.

Max Kellerman's Quick Facts

  • He was born on August 6, 1973, in New York City, New York, United States. He belongs to American nationality and his ethnicity is White. 
  • His age as of 2019 is 45 years. 
  • As of  2019, the media personality has a net worth of around $6 million and his annual salary is over $129,570. 

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