George Foreman – African American Boxer

George Foreman is a retired, African American World Champion heavy weight boxer. Twice crowned heavy weight boxing champion of the World. Also won an Olympic gold medal in the XIX Olympic games held in Mexico in 1968.

His nickname is ‘Big George’ Foreman.

He still holds the title of oldest heavyweight boxing champion age 45 after knocking out Michael Moorer in the tenth round at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. George was 45 years old at the time.
George Foreman retired from boxing after his last fight, losing to Shannon Briggs in 1997.

In 1994, the bald George Foreman became a television personality … Full Bio