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ALI
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HEAVYWEIGHT
EVANDER HOLYFIELD
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KEN NORTON
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ZAIRE
FOREMAN
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MUHAMMAD ALI
FRAZIER
JOE FRAZIER
GEORGE FOREMAN
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Definitions

  1. George Foreman (born January 10, 1949) is an American two-time World boxing Champion in the heavyweight division. (Web site)
  2. George Foreman (born January 10, 1949) is a former boxer and a current ordained Christian minister who was world Heavyweight champion.
  3. George Foreman is a twice-World boxing Champion and is considered one of the greatest Heavyweights of all time.
  4. George Foreman was young, lean and angry when he beat Joe Frazier for the world heavyweight boxing championship in 1973. (Web site)
  5. George Foreman was called and he chose to endorse the grill instead of a blender which became the Hulk Hogan Thunder Mixer.

First Professional Opponent

  1. Donald Walheim (Donald Waldhelm) was a professional heavyweight boxer best known for being George Foreman 's first professional opponent. (Web site)
  2. Donald Waldhelm was a professional heavyweight boxer best known for being George Foreman 's first professional opponent. (Web site)

Michael

  1. George Foreman became the oldest heavyweight champ at 45 and 300 days when he knocked out Michael Moorer to win the WBA and IBF titles in 1994.

Houston

  1. CBN.com – George Foreman faced many obstacles and some tough years growing up in Houston but is thankful for how wonderful his life has become. (Web site)
  2. He is the father of reality show star George Foreman III. Background Foreman was raised in Houston, Texas's Fifth Ward.

Morrison

  1. Morrison reached the pinnacle of his career with a June 1993 decision win against George Foreman to claim the vacant WBO heavyweight title. (Web site)

Mike Tyson

  1. And like George Foreman, Mike Tyson can still throw a punch. (Web site)

November

  1. November 5 - George Foreman regains the World Heavyweight Boxing Championship by KO 'ing Michael Moorer in the 10th round of their bout.

Five Rounds

  1. On January 26th, 1970 in New York Jack was kayoed by George Foreman in five rounds. (Web site)

Fight

  1. In 1972, she went to Tokyo, Japan, where she sang La Borinquena before the world Heavyweight boxing championship fight between George Foreman and Jose Roman. (Web site)

Ali

  1. He has visited Ali several times and he says he, Ali, and George Foreman have become very good friends over the years.
  2. So in reality only George Foreman stopped him, with no other fighter coming close, until Ali shut his eyes in Manila. (Web site)

Boxing

  1. Having severed his relationship with HBO to pursue other opportunities, George Foreman and the sport of boxing finally went their separate ways.

Rounds

  1. In 1974, Norton fought George Foreman for the World Heavyweight Championship, and was stopped in two rounds.

Heavyweight

  1. Then, on 30 October 1974, he dethroned George Foreman to recapture the heavyweight championship of the world. (Web site)

Evander Holyfield

  1. Other highlights in Moorer's career include a 1994 victory over champion, Evander Holyfield and a battle-to-the-finish match up against George Foreman. (Web site)

Lennox Lewis

  1. The top heavyweights during this era included Holyfield, Lennox Lewis, Riddick Bowe, and, in an improbable comeback in his 40s, George Foreman.
  2. This top ranked American boxer, whose opponents list includes such legendary names as George Foreman, Lennox Lewis and Ray Mercer, lost to Ibragimov.

Ken Norton

  1. March 26 - George Foreman retains his world Heavyweight championship with a second round knockout over Ken Norton in Caracas, Venezuela.

Larry Holmes

  1. Although a bout was proposed on more than one occasion, Larry Holmes and George Foreman never met in the ring.
  2. All time great champions like George Foreman and Larry Holmes also made their mark and Ali re-emerged to reclaim his throne.

Zaire

  1. Ali also defeated George Foreman in the famous 1974 "Rumble in the Jungle" held in Kinshasa, Zaire. (Web site)
  2. Ali regained his title on October 30, 1974 by defeating champion George Foreman in their bout in Kinshasa, Zaire.

Foreman

  1. Ali never fought Jimmy Young again, despite the fact that Jimmy Young went on from there to beat George Foreman and knocked Foreman down in the process.
  2. In 2004, Foreman began marketing the George Foreman brand of "Big and Tall" clothes through the retailer Casual Male.

Heavyweight Division

  1. George Foreman, born (January 10, 1949) is an American two-time World boxing Champion in the heavyweight division.

Muhammad Ali

  1. He was the first man to beat Muhammad Ali and his only losses were to Ali and George Foreman.
  2. AMY GOODMAN: That's right, that was Muhammad Ali, right before the fight with George Foreman in 1974.

Frazier

  1. On Oct. 30, 1974, Ali challenged George Foreman, who had dethroned Frazier in 1973 to become heavyweight champion of the world. (Web site)
  2. I have often thought about how other past greats would have fared had they fought the same Muhammad Ali and George Foreman that Frazier did in five fights. (Web site)
  3. The other fighter to beat Frazier is George Foreman and he did it twice, stopping him both times. (Web site)

Joe Frazier

  1. Joe Frazier only lost to two men in his career, Muhammad Ali and George Foreman. (Web site)
  2. Perfect example: He linked up with electric-haired Don King to promote Muhammad Ali bouts in Zaire (against George Foreman) and Manila (against Joe Frazier).
  3. A famous example of this type of match-up advantage would be George Foreman 's knockout victory over Joe Frazier.

George Foreman

  1. In 1973, Frazier took a fearful pounding from George Foreman in Kingston, Jamaica, losing his title in two rounds.
  2. The epic collision of heavyweights in Zaire when Muhammad Ali and George Foreman battled it out for the world title has inspired a welter of tributes. (Web site)
  3. Ali had tough opponents like Joe Frazier, Leon Spinks, Ken Norton and George Foreman, yet he managed to bounce back time and again.

Categories

  1. Joe Frazier
  2. Sports > Boxing > Boxers > Muhammad Ali
  3. Heavyweight Division
  4. Foreman
  5. Zaire
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