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By George: The Autobiography of George Foreman
George Foreman (au); Joel Engel (au). No athlete has captured America’s imagination as has George Foreman. In his teens in 1968, he won an Olympic gold medal in Mexico City. In his early 20s, he destroyed the invincible Joe Frazier to capture boxing’s heavyweight championship. But soon after he lost his crown to Muhammad Ali. By 1977, Foreman had quit fighting, undergone a religious conversion, & begun preaching on Texas street corners. A decade later, in Nov. 1994, at the age of 45, he recaptured boxing’s crown. Here Foreman tells the incredible story of his triumphs, defeats, & comeback. He writes openly of his troubled childhood, the rage that fueled his early athletic triumphs, his many marriages, & his communion with God. An inspiring, unforgettable saga. Photos.
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