George Foreman

21 May 19
The Fan Companion

Season 1, Episode 10

21 May 19
Ordinary People

As the fading sun became our clock, Steve and I became anxious to put the day behind us. Our day had been long and full of the normal Monday challenges. We were working with a crew of guys building a new downtown church. The young architect on the project called it his masterpiece. Steve and […]

21 May 19
The Sun
BOXING ROYALTY George Foreman believes Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder would be the biggest fight in heavyweight history. The former heavyweight champion believes a showdown between unified titlist Joshua, 29, and WBC king Wilder, 33, would eclipse the trilogy between Muhammad Ali vs Joe Frazier. George Foreman believes Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder is the biggest fight in heavyweight history Wilder is the WBC champ while Joshua owns the WBA, IBF and WBO belts Foreman told TMZ Sports: “If Joshua and Wilder fight, it would be the biggest heavyweight fight of all time. “They’re still the toughest guys around and you throw them up and whoever falls is the best. “You’re not going to be able to call them fights unless it’s in the ring, you can’t say who’s going to beat who unless they get in the ring, especially with Wilder and Joshua. “It would be a wonderful thing to see them – like [Mike] Tyson and Foreman. “It never happened at the right time, boy it would’ve been sparks flying – you shouldn’t of been sitting in the ring seat you could’ve been hit with sparks. It never happened though. “But If Joshua and Wilder fight, it will be the biggest heavyweight fight of all time. Bigger than anything.” Wilder took out WBC mandatory Dominic Breazeale on Saturday night in just two minutes and 17 seconds with a monster right hand. Leaving Breazeale flattened on the canvas in New York, former esteemed puncher Foreman explained Wilder has the power to shut the lights out against “anyone”. He said: “He hit him like guys did back in the day – (Wilder) hit him so hard my wife asked me ‘where you going,’ I ran out of my bed, I thought, I don’t want him to come after me. “That’s a puncher, a real live puncher.” [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in Boxing ” posts_category=”331″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] Foreman continued: “He hits a lot harder than I did with the right hand, that’s for certain. “In my day, with that right hand he throw – I’ve never seen anything like that, he can throw one of the best right hands that night that I’ve ever seen in the heavyweight [division.] “This guy is genuinely powerful and he probably could’ve knockout anyone in anytime in the heavyweight division, doesn’t matter if it was George Foreman, Mike Tyson, Joe Frazier – anyone could’ve gotten it from him.” Foreman claims fights involving himself, Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier will not be as big as AJ vs Wilder
21 May 19
The Irish Sun
BOXING ROYALTY George Foreman believes Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder would be the biggest fight in heavyweight history. The former heavyweight champion believes a showdown between unified titlist Joshua, 29, and WBC king Wilder, 33, would eclipse the trilogy between Muhammad Ali vs Joe Frazier. George Foreman believes Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder is the biggest fight in heavyweight history Wilder is the WBC champ while Joshua owns the WBA, IBF and WBO belts Foreman told TMZ Sports: “If Joshua and Wilder fight, it would be the biggest heavyweight fight of all time. “They’re still the toughest guys around and you throw them up and whoever falls is the best. “You’re not going to be able to call them fights unless it’s in the ring, you can’t say who’s going to beat who unless they get in the ring, especially with Wilder and Joshua. “It would be a wonderful thing to see them – like [Mike] Tyson and Foreman. “It never happened at the right time, boy it would’ve been sparks flying – you shouldn’t of been sitting in the ring seat you could’ve been hit with sparks. It never happened though. “But If Joshua and Wilder fight, it will be the biggest heavyweight fight of all time. Bigger than anything.” Wilder took out WBC mandatory Dominic Breazeale on Saturday night in just two minutes and 17 seconds with a monster right hand. Leaving Breazeale flattened on the canvas in New York, former esteemed puncher Foreman explained Wilder has the power to shut the lights out against “anyone”. He said: “He hit him like guys did back in the day – (Wilder) hit him so hard my wife asked me ‘where you going,’ I ran out of my bed, I thought, I don’t want him to come after me. “That’s a puncher, a real live puncher.” [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in Boxing ” posts_category=”16″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] Foreman continued: “He hits a lot harder than I did with the right hand, that’s for certain. “In my day, with that right hand he throw – I’ve never seen anything like that, he can throw one of the best right hands that night that I’ve ever seen in the heavyweight [division.] “This guy is genuinely powerful and he probably could’ve knockout anyone in anytime in the heavyweight division, doesn’t matter if it was George Foreman, Mike Tyson, Joe Frazier – anyone could’ve gotten it from him.” Foreman claims fights involving himself, Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier will not be as big as AJ vs Wilder
21 May 19
The Scottish Sun
BOXING ROYALTY George Foreman believes Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder would be the biggest fight in heavyweight history. The former heavyweight champion believes a showdown between unified titlist Joshua, 29, and WBC king Wilder, 33, would eclipse the trilogy between Muhammad Ali vs Joe Frazier. George Foreman believes Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder is the biggest fight in heavyweight history Wilder is the WBC champ while Joshua owns the WBA, IBF and WBO belts Foreman told TMZ Sports: “If Joshua and Wilder fight, it would be the biggest heavyweight fight of all time. “They’re still the toughest guys around and you throw them up and whoever falls is the best. “You’re not going to be able to call them fights unless it’s in the ring, you can’t say who’s going to beat who unless they get in the ring, especially with Wilder and Joshua. “It would be a wonderful thing to see them – like [Mike] Tyson and Foreman. “It never happened at the right time, boy it would’ve been sparks flying – you shouldn’t of been sitting in the ring seat you could’ve been hit with sparks. It never happened though. “But If Joshua and Wilder fight, it will be the biggest heavyweight fight of all time. Bigger than anything.” Wilder took out WBC mandatory Dominic Breazeale on Saturday night in just two minutes and 17 seconds with a monster right hand. Leaving Breazeale flattened on the canvas in New York, former esteemed puncher Foreman explained Wilder has the power to shut the lights out against “anyone”. He said: “He hit him like guys did back in the day – (Wilder) hit him so hard my wife asked me ‘where you going,’ I ran out of my bed, I thought, I don’t want him to come after me. “That’s a puncher, a real live puncher.” [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in Boxing ” posts_category=”17″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] Foreman continued: “He hits a lot harder than I did with the right hand, that’s for certain. “In my day, with that right hand he throw – I’ve never seen anything like that, he can throw one of the best right hands that night that I’ve ever seen in the heavyweight [division.] “This guy is genuinely powerful and he probably could’ve knockout anyone in anytime in the heavyweight division, doesn’t matter if it was George Foreman, Mike Tyson, Joe Frazier – anyone could’ve gotten it from him.” Foreman claims fights involving himself, Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier will not be as big as AJ vs Wilder
21 May 19
BARRETT SPORTS MEDIA

“I think living with regrets is kinda like inviting cancer. I regret the result of the decision to go to The Drive, but I don’t regret my decision.”

21 May 19
Asian Persuasion MMA

Boxing legend George Foreman believes that Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder would be the biggest heavyweight fight of all time.

21 May 19
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Watch out Ali vs. Frazier … your status as the biggest heavyweight fight of all time is in jeopardy … that’s according to George Foreman, who says there’s one fight that could be bigger. Deontay Wilder vs. Anthony Joshua. Wilder… from TMZ.com https://www.tmz.com/2019/05/21/george-foreman-deontay-wilder-boxing-anthony-joshua/

21 May 19
Tyreik's Notebook

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Watch out Ali vs. Frazier … your status as the biggest heavyweight fight of all time is in jeopardy … that’s according to George Foreman, who says there’s one fight that could be bigger. Deontay Wilder vs. Anthony Joshua. Wilder… Vía TMZ.com http://bit.ly/2JwvFIJ

21 May 19
Millennial Gizmo

Watch out Ali vs. Frazier … your status as the biggest heavyweight fight of all time is in jeopardy … that’s according to George Foreman, who says there’s one fight that could be bigger. Deontay Wilder vs. Anthony Joshua. Wilder… from TMZ.com https://www.tmz.com/2019/05/21/george-foreman-deontay-wilder-boxing-anthony-joshua/

21 May 19
Shanazitil Bookmark Story

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20 May 19
IQ

The next adapter is a PS2/Serial adapter. Back in the day of the AT case standard (and before), mice were generally connected to a serial port. When the ATX standard came into play, PS/2 ports were more common. “He’s threatening to tell your husband.” Foreman thinks that they need to stop seeing each other. “Not […]