Kevin Lueshing

Kevin
Lueshing

Kevin Lueshing is a former boxer who was British welterweight champion between 1996 and 1997. During Lueshing’s career he fought for world titles, winning the IBO World welterweight title in 1996. Following his own spate in the boxing ring, Kevin worked as a boxing agent for the likes of Nigel Benn.

Author's books

The Belt Boy
Kevin 
Lueshing
5
by thehappymeerkat
I had never heard of Kevin 'The Look' Lueshing before, having never followed boxing, so when I was asked to read his autobiography I wasn't sure what to expect. But the first few lines...

Synopsis

Kevin Lueshing's tears fell freely as he lifted boxing's coveted Lonsdale Belt. Weeping openly at ringside, Lueshing had just won the fight of the year. But his tears were not tears of joy. They were the stain of a sinister secret he had kept hidden for a lifetime. The former British champion was living the dream. People called him ‘The Look'. But behind the glory and the glitz, Lueshing's innocence had already been butchered, his hope crippled and his soul shattered. For the first time, he has...

Author's News

'The Belt Boy' has been shortlisted for The 2017 Cross Sports Book Awards

'The Belt Boy' has been shortlisted for The 2017 Cross Sports Book Awards

Back in September 2016, Kevin Lueshing and Mike Dunn's inspiring and touching autobiography 'The Belt Boy

The Belt Boy - Kevin Lueshing & Mike Dunn

Happymeerkatreviews Reviews 'The Belt Boy' by Kevin Lueshing

Happymeerkatreviews has reviewd The Belt Boy by Kevin Lueshing & Mike Dunn.

"the first few lines of the introduction alone had me hooked and I couldn’t stop reading until the end"

Kevin Lueshing's 'Belt Boy' has made The42

Kevin Lueshing's 'Belt Boy' has made The42

Kevin Lueshing has opened up about his novel 'The Belt Boy', co-written by Mike Dunn, and has been featured on The42. For a small extract of his book follow the link below, where you can glimpse into a truly terrible past.

The Belt Boy

Kevin Lueshing writes for The Children's Society

Kevin Lueshing opens up about being abused as a child to the Children's Society. Read further following the link below. 

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