Name: George Foreman
Birthplace: Marshall, Texas, USA
Hometown: Houston, Texas, USA
Height: 6′ 3½″ / 192cm
Reach: 78½″ / 199cm
Boxing Record: click
Trainers: Dick Sadler, Archie Moore, Gil Clancy, Charley Shipes, Angelo Dundee
George Foreman Gallery
- Amateur Record: 22-6
- Foreman stood 6 feet 3 inches (192 cm) and weighed 218 pounds (99kg) when he started boxing in 1966 in Oakland, California.
- Foreman's first trainer was Charles "Doc" Broadus.
- Lost his first bout to P.T. Thompson on a walkover and then lost his second bout by a three-round decision to Max Briggs.
- Won the 1967 Parks Diamond Belt Heavyweight Championship (Junior Division) with a first-round knockout of Marion Jones in Oakland, California.
- Won the 1967 California Golden Gloves Heavyweight Championship (Junior Division) with a knockout victory in San Francisco, California.
- Won the 1967 Nevada Golden Gloves Heavyweight Championship with a knockout of Thomas Cook in Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Lost to Clay Hodges in the heavyweight final of the 1967 National Golden Gloves Tournament in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Foreman fought Hodges three times as an amateur and was outpointed in all three bouts.
- Won the 1968 California Golden Gloves Heavyweight Championship with a knockout of L.C. Brown in San Francisco, California.
- Won the 1968 National AAU Heavyweight Championship with a three-round decision over Henry Crump in Toledo, Ohio.
- Had two five-round exhibitions in Oakland, California with former World Heavyweight Champion Sonny Liston in July 1968.
- Lost on a foul against Heinz Deiter in Hannover, West Germany in August 1968 as part of a dual match between the United States and West Germany.
- Won the 1968 United States Olympic Trials with a second-round knockout of Albert Wilson in Toledo, Ohio.
- Outpointed Otis Evans at the United States Olympic Box-Offs in Albuquerque, New Mexico to make the Olympic Team.
- Won the Gold Medal in the heavyweight division at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico. Results:
| Olympic Gold Medalist
| National AAU Heavyweight Champion
- World Heavyweight Champion 1973-74
- WBA/IBF Heavyweight Champion 1994-95 (stripped of both titles).
- Claimed the Lineal Heavyweight Title until losing in 1997 to Shannon Briggs.
- Named The Ring magazine Progress of the Year fighter for 1970.
- Named The Ring Fighter of the Year for 1973 and 1976.
- Named The Ring Comeback of the Year fighter for 1994.
- Named the ninth greatest puncher of all time in The Ring's list of the 100 Greatest Punchers of All-Time.
Outside the Ring
- Guest starred on a fifth season (1976) episode of Sanford and Son, entitled "The Directors," as himself.
- Became highly successful with his "Lean Mean Grilling Machine," and starred in ads for Meineke mufflers.
- Has five sons (all named George), one whom George Foreman III is also a professional boxer.
- Daughter Freeda embarked on a brief professional boxing career.
- Is a born-again Christian and an ordained minister with own church in Texas.
- Commentated on several fights for HBO.
- Autobiography: By George: The Autobiography of George Foreman
- The 2006 Rocky Balboa movie was inspired by George Foreman and his twilight return to the ring to win the heavyweight title.
- George Foreman's Official Website
- George Foreman Makes A Remarkable Transformation, Tony Zonca, Eagle/Times, Reading, PA, January 17, 1990. 
- A Remarkable Transformation [continued] Tony Zonca, Eagle/Times, Reading, PA, January 17, 1990. 
- Main Wikipedia Bio
- Audio recordings by Foreman
- Amateur record (incomplete)
| WBA Heavyweight Champion
WBC Heavyweight Champion
1973 Jan 22 – 1974 Oct 30
| WBA Heavyweight Champion
1994 Nov 5 – 1995 Mar 4
| IBF Heavyweight Champion
1994 Nov 5 – 1995 Jun 29