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== Biography ==
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'''Max Kellerman''' is an American boxing commentator and sports talk radio host based in Los Angeles. He appears as a color commentator on [[HBO World Championship Boxing]] and [HBO Boxing After Dark] and as has hosted a midday talk show on 710 ESPN radio in Los Angeles.
In studio boxing analyst for [[ESPN2|ESPN2's]] ''[[ESPN Friday Night Fights]]'' between 1998 and 2003. He then moved to Fox Sports Network, where he briefly hosted a sports commentary show ''I, Max''. Has recently served as a commentator on [[HBO]] Pay-Per-View telecasts. He currently has a sports-related radio show for ''ESPN Radio''.
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Kellerman was previously best known for his work at ESPN, where he was a studio commentator with [[Brian Kenny]] on [[ESPN Friday Night Fights]] and the original host of Around the Horn..
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He made a brief appearance in [[Rocky Balboa]] alongside [[Jim Lampley]] and [[Larry Merchant]], who served as the broadcast team for the fight between Rocky and Mason Dixon.
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On October 17, 2004, the body of Max's brother freelance-writer Sam was found in his Hollywood apartment. As a result of the ensuing investigation, former boxer [[James Butler]] was arrested and charged with Sam's murder. He later confessed to the murder and was given a 29 year sentence.
 
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Max Kellerman is an American boxing commentator and sports talk radio host based in Los Angeles. He appears as a color commentator on HBO World Championship Boxing and [HBO Boxing After Dark] and as has hosted a midday talk show on 710 ESPN radio in Los Angeles.

Kellerman was previously best known for his work at ESPN, where he was a studio commentator with Brian Kenny on ESPN Friday Night Fights and the original host of Around the Horn..

He made a brief appearance in Rocky Balboa alongside Jim Lampley and Larry Merchant, who served as the broadcast team for the fight between Rocky and Mason Dixon.

On October 17, 2004, the body of Max's brother freelance-writer Sam was found in his Hollywood apartment. As a result of the ensuing investigation, former boxer James Butler was arrested and charged with Sam's murder. He later confessed to the murder and was given a 29 year sentence.