Frank Warren (Promoter) Bio-Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Sons, Children, Net Worth

Frank Warren
Frank Warren

Frank Warren Biography and Wiki

Frank Warren (b. Feb 28, 1952) is an English boxing manager and promoter who is popularly known as the founder of the British boxing tv channel BoxNation. Warren, together with his son George own and operate Queensberry Promotions.

Frank Warren Age and Birthday

Frank was born on February 28, 1952, in Islington, London, England. He is 69 years old as of 2021. His birth sign is Pisces.

Frank Warren Height

Warren is of average stature, He stands at an estimated 5 feet 9 inches (1.75m) with average weight.

Frank Warren Education

Frank attended and graduated from the City of London Academy Highbury Grove. Further details regarding his educational background will be updated soon when established.

Frank Warren Family, Parents, Siblings

Attempts to establish his parents’ identities were in vain since no information about them is available to the public. However, it’s known that his father was a bookmaker.

He also has a brother named Mark Warren and a second-cousin, Lenny McLean, who is an English unlicensed boxer, bouncer, bodyguard, businessman, and actor famously known as The Guv’nor”, “the King of the Cobbles” and “the hardest man in Britain.

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Frank Warren Wife and Sons, Is He Married?

Moving on to his marital affairs, Warren is happily married to his beautiful wife, Susan Warren. The couple is blessed with two sons namely, George and Francis Warren. The family resides at a £2.7million home in Hertfordshire. We are keeping tabs and we will update his wife’s details soon.

Frank Warren Net Worth

Frank Warren has an estimated net worth of $15 million as of 2021. His primary source of income is his career as a manager and promoter.

Frank Warren Promoter

Franks second cousin Lenny McLean who had just lost a fight and wanted a rematch and therefore approached Frank Warren. He ultimately agreed to become an unlicensed promoter, getting McLean a trainer who had worked with Chris Finnegan and made the rematch at the Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park.

Warren’s initial licensed show hapened at the Bloomsbury Crest Hotel, in London in 1980, however, he was blocked from broadcasting the fight by the British Boxing Board of Control rules preventing first-time’s from televising their first fights.

Later on, Warren was ultimately given his first TV date with the BBC in a British light-welterweight fight between London’s champion Clinton McKenzie and  Steve Early.

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