Name: Kevin Kelley
Alias: Flushing Flash
Birth Name: Kevin Philip Kelley
Hometown: Flushing, Queens, New York, USA
Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record
Trainers: Phil Borgia, Don House
Manager: Tom Loeffler
Promoter: Cedric Kushner
Kevin Kelley won two New York Golden Gloves Championships. Kelley won the 1985 119lb Sub-Novice Championship and the 1986 119lb Open Championship. In 1988 Kelley advanced to the finals of the 125lb Open division and was to have met Freddie Liberatore in the finals. Kelley was injured and could not fight. Liberatore was declared the champion by Default-Injury.
- Has a record of 3-2 (1 KO) in World Title fights.
- Has a record of 9-6-1 (2 KO) against former or current world titlists.
- Won against Troy Dorsey, Gregorio Vargas, Jesse Benavides, Louie Espinoza, Derrick Gainer, Jesus Salud, Orlando Fernandez, Humberto Soto, Carlos Hernandez
- Lost against Alejandro Gonzalez, Naseem Hamed, Derrick Gainer, Erik Morales, Marco Antonio Barrera, Manuel Medina
- Draw against Clarence (Bones) Adams
- Inducted into the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame on March 30, 2014.
- NABA Super Featherweight Title (2002)
- WBU Featherweight Title (1995-97)
- World Boxing Council Featherweight Title (1993-95)
- WBC Continental Americas Featherweight Title (1991-92)
- USA New York State Featherweight Title (1991)
| WBC Featherweight Champion
1993 Dec 4 – 1995 Jan 7