George Foreman Net Worth

George Foreman Net Worth is
$250 Million

George Foreman Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

During his youth Foreman was interested in Football and idolized Jim Brown, but gave up those dreams when his gift for boxing was found. Foreman eventually dropped from school to join the Job Corps. During his time in the Job Corps he’d require rides in the counsel who refused — an encounter that made an impression. Foreman, among 7 sibs himself, has 12 kids including five sons all named George. In order to avoid confusion they go from the nicknames “Monk”, “Big Wheel”, “Red”, and “Little Joey”.

Among the greatest fighters ever, Foreman is an Olympic gold medalist defeating a Russian in a classic cold war closing round battle in the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City. Foreman continues to be heavy weight boxing champ of the planet twice, but what’s remarkable is that his second title belt in 1994 establish three noteworthy records. The first was the earliest Heavyweight Champion ever at 45 years old when he knocked out Michael Moorer. The next record being age difference between winner and rival at 19 years, and the third being the time between tournaments. The IBRO ranks Foreman the 8th best heavyweight ever. Holyfield was greatly favored, but to everybody’s surprise the middleaged Foreman survived 12 total rounds and lost in a decision. After making boxing Foreman was a ringside analyst for HBO for 12 years.

Foreman has made much more income with all the kitchen appliance that a lot of people know him by than he did boxing. Foreman netted 40% of the gains of every griller sold. That is plenty of grills as well as lots of cheddar! In 1999 Foreman sold his naming rights to the grill to get a $138 million dollar lump sum. All in all Foreman has amassed $200 million in complete sanctions. No other star has their name linked so closely using a merchandise than Foreman does with what’s correctly called a contact grill though just popularly referred to as The George Foreman grill.

While many stars are recognized to purchase high-priced automobiles and even have greater than one automobile, Foreman is an actual automobile collector. He will not say how many cars he’s saying that he conceals some of them from his wife. When asked if it was more than 50, Foreman just grinned and calmly answered, “More than 50. The group contains producers Rolls Royce, Maybach, Ferrari such as the enviable F40, but the over arching theme of Foreman’s group is Chevrolet. The most enviable automobile in his group with a large margin is his 1977 Volkswagen Beetle convertible. Foreman has said he WOn’t ever sell it and though it’s not the most expensive by far, it’s the most cherished. The auto reminds him where he came from going back to days when he cannot get a ride from his counsel who’d similar automobiles while working in the Jobs Corp.

With 3 successful livelihood as a fighter, TV sports analyst for 12 years, and licensing giant; the fortune that George has amassed has turned the distressed youth which failed to get alongside folks and cannot get a ride home into a person who now does not have any trouble getting around in style. He possesses and breeds about 18 German Shephards at the same time as reveals them amongst other top pedigree German Shephards in dog shows which happen in where else but Germany! He says he dropped acquired a fondness for the companionship the creatures revealed while observing Rin Tin Tin. A self described animal lover Foreman also offers horses on his property. When asked how many he answered “The property is loaded with horses.”

We’re definitely proud of how much George has come and that he’s been amply rewarded for all his effort. With $250 million dollars, Foreman describes his best professional accomplishment as being an ordained minster. He started preaching in 1980 and still holds services 3 days a weed in The Church of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Just how much is George Foreman’s Net Worth? $250 Million!
His wife Mary Joan is his fifth wife, with all his wives producing seven kids. The lads are wholly named George, with each one designated by their sequence of arrival, while the daughters are named Natalia and Leola. Another relationship resulted in three more daughters: Michi, Freeda and Georgetta, while Foreman adopted a daughter in both 2009 and 2012.

His net worth is estimated at about $250 million, with Foreman receiving 40 percent from every one of the $100 million worth of grills sold. It is uncertain how much he made in 201314, however he stays an HBO boxing commentator, dog breeder, while also continuing to license his name for more income.

After winning his first 37 professional fights, he fought heavyweight champ Joe Frazier in 1973, knocking him out in significantly less than two rounds. He was subsequently knocked out by Muhammad Ali the next year. During his boxing career, he brought in $5 million, but as an entrepreneur, he is earned considerably more—mainly due to the George Foreman Grilling Machine. He is also a partner in a Indy Racing Car team.

George Foreman Net Worth $250 Million

Full NameGeorge Foreman
Net Worth$250 Million
Date Of BirthJanuary 10, 1949
Place Of BirthMarshall, Texas, United States
Height6 ft 3 in (1.92 m)
Weight260 lbs (117.93 kg)
ProfessionProfessional Boxer, Entrepreneur, Actor, Minister, Author
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseMary Joan Martelly (m. 1985)
ChildrenGeorge Foreman III, Freeda Foreman
ParentsLeroy Moorehead, Nancy Foreman, JD Foreman
SiblingsRoy Foreman
NicknamesGeorge Edward Foreman , Big George , The Heywood Giant , George Foreman Sr. , The Punching Preacher
AwardsBest Boxer ESPY Award, Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year
NominationsMilliyet Sports Award for World Athlete of the Year
MoviesKnockout, Champions Forever: The Definitive Edition, The Fighter, Walk It Off with George: Circuit Walk, The Dream Giver
TV ShowsFamily Foreman, American Inventor, George
Star SignCapricorn
1Missing is part of winning.
2[on his match with Ron Lyle in January 1976] It was definitely the toughest fight I've ever had.
3I dread handshakes. I've got some problems with my hands, and everywhere I go, people want to impress me with their grip. To make it worse, now women are coming up with that firm shake. So I'll say, "Gimme five!" If a boy wants a handshake, I'll just give him a hug.
4I grew up in the Fifth Ward of Houston -- the Bloody Fifth, we called it. Every weekend someone got killed.
5We couldn't afford a TV. But my Aunt Leola let me watch hers. I'd watch The Donna Reed Show (1958) and Leave It to Beaver (1957) and wonder what it would be like to have my own bed. Shutting off a reading lamp next to your bed seemed like the height of luxury.
6When there was no lunch to take to school, I blew up a brown paper sack to make it look full.
7Sometimes my older brothers and sisters would tease me, call me Mo-head. I didn't know why. Sometimes they'd say, "You're not really our brother." That would drive me crazy. Even before I outgrew them, they learned that the teasing wasn't worth the consequences.
8In the 1968 Olympics, Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised black-gloved fists on the victory stand, and that's all people were talking about. My gold medal didn't have much luster when I went home to Houston, but it sure had luster to me. I wore that thing everywhere I went. Those were the days of Nehru jackets and medallions, so it just fit in. I wore it so much that after a while, some of the gold started to rub off. A jeweler made it look pretty again, and I didn't want any more gold to rub off, so I put it in a safe-deposit box. That's where it stayed for years. In the eighties, I moved to Marshall, Texas. I decided to put that medal in the historical society so the kids could see it and be inspired. The message was, you could come out of this small town and do big things. I want all the children in the world to feel like that medal is as much theirs as it is my children's.
9When I won the title against Joe Frazier, it was everything I ever worked for.
10You don't know what it is to be heavyweight champ of the world until you become the heavyweight champ of the world. It's tough. You hear, "So-and-so became champ and he had five girls and five Cadillacs." So you get five Cadillacs and five girls just because so-and-so had it. It doesn't originate from you. It's not desire or physical urgency. It's all ignorance.
11Most of us are just kids.
12Sandy Saddler, the great featherweight champion, gave me some advice after I won the title. I said, "Man, this sex thing. How did you deal with this sex thing? He said, "George, it's real easy when you're married and faithful to one woman. Because when you're in the mood, she's in the mood. It gets out of hand when you start messing with two or three people. It becomes unmanageable. Even you become unmanageable. Be faithful to one. I just didn't grasp it at the time.
13I remember how people looked at me as I left the United States for Zaire. "Man, that's George Foreman, going to fight Muhammad Ali." Then they'd drop their heads. Fear. Nobody would give me a straight-on look. It was a funny kind of admiration. There were people too scared to even ask for an autograph.
14The day after I lost to Muhammad Ali, people came by and put a hand on my shoulder and said, "It's okay, George. You'll have another chance." That was pity. From being feared to being pitied. Brother, that's a long fall.
15Imagine losing everything you think matters to you in ten seconds.
16I'll tell you how low a man can go. There was a B.B. King song that went, "Nobody loves me but my mother/And she could be jiving', too.
17Evil lurks where disappointment lodges.
18As an adult, I found out that my dad, J.D. Foreman, was not my biological dad. My mom and J.D. had broken up for a time, and that's when I was conceived. That's why my brothers and sisters called me Mo-head. What they were really saying was Moorehead. My biological dad was named Leroy Moorehead.
19All my sons are named George Foreman. They all know where they came from.
20Changing your nature is the hardest thing to do. But I discovered that you can be who you choose to be.
21Winning the title for a second time from Michael Moorer was a special moment. But it was nothing beyond that. A week later, people were heaping praises on me, and it was hard because you've gotta act like it's still important. But it was already over.
22Preaching is the most original thing I've ever done. There's nothing familiar about it. You have to be brave.
23Losing your mother is the most mysterious lostness. You know how the astronauts walk in space, attached to the spacecraft by a line? The moment you find out your mother's died, you feel like someone's slipped the line off the craft. You're just floating away. Floating... floating... I remember my daughter called and said, "Don't you worry. I'm on my way." All the sudden that line snagged and I was anchored again.
24The first thing that came into my mind when I signed the grill contract for $137.5 million was, I'm going to make my sisters millionaires. After all these years, they're finally going to be millionaires. And they did become millionaires -- with the same old troubles as everybody else.
25I love Joe Frazier. He's been an original from day one. A few years back, Joe, Muhammad, and I did a video in England. After the taping, we were at a charity dinner with some of the royal family. They were serving lamb chops with mint jelly -- beautiful food. The waiter asked, "Can I get you anything else?" And Joe said, "I want some more green jelly." The waiter said, "Do you mean mint sauce?" And Joe said, "Same thing." And I thought, Some people put on a face for you and a face for someone else. But this man has only one face. "Same thing." If you understood what he said, why did you need to correct him?
26Joe Frazier told me why he had that hate for Muhammad Ali. Muhammad was calling him an Uncle Tom. Kids would go to school and taunt his children, and they'd come home and his wife would hear about it. What bothered Joe was that every morning he'd get up really early, when it was dark, to get the roadwork in. He always wore this big hood over his head when he ran. And he said, "Man, I don't want my wife thinking I'm peeping into people's windows. The point is, at the time, Joe didn't get what an Uncle Tom was. He hated Muhammad because he thought Ali was calling him a Peepin' Tom. If someone would have explained to Joe what an Uncle Tom was, he might not have ever hated Ali.
27Can't retire from exercising.
28After I lost to Muhammad Ali in Zaire, I told everybody that I was robbed. The ropes were loose, the water was drugged....Then, once I'd changed my nature, I realized what a blemish I'd put on this great man's career. Why would I go out and spit on his victory to mess up this great man's name?
29I called Muhammad the other day. I said, "Muhammad, I think I can really get you now in a rematch." And he said, "You crazy!". He doesn't speak rapidly, but he said, "George, I'm coming to see you." He said it with such love. No, I don't have any regrets.
30The seventies are the best years. That's when you're wise.
31My mother used to tell me, "You live and learn. Then you die and forget it all."
32I never did anything for personal gain. When I was a boxer, I wanted to be champion of the world, not the richest man in the world. If you can maintain that integrity in whatever you do, you can't go wrong. That's what I tell my kids, anyway.
33As a child I was sometimes so hungry that I used to dream that one day I'd get locked in a grocery store.
34I called them all George because I was worried that when I was older I might suffer from memory loss. I would have called my five girls George, too, but my wife said she thought that was overkill. When one of them is naughty, I shout 'George!' and that one knows who I mean. The only time it is awkward for me is when a teacher calls up and say we have a problem with George, and I have to ask them which one.
35On his boxing comeback, "I didn't come back for the money. I just got sick of beating people up for free."
36Food makes me happy." "I'm on a see-food diet. I see food, I eat it." [plugging his TV series] "And you better be watching, or I'll beat you up and eat all of your food.
1His knockout punch against Michael Moorer caused Moorer to bite his mouthpiece in half.
2Release of his book, "God in My Corner: A Spiritual Memoir" by George with Ken Abraham. [2007]
3Release of his book, "The Knockout Entrepreneur" by George with Ken Abraham. [September 2009]
4Release of his book, "Going the Extra Smile". [2007]
5Release of his book, "Let George Do It!" by George with Fran Manushkin. [2005]
6Release of his book, "George Foreman's Guide to Life: How to Get Up Off the Canvas When Life Knocks You Down" by George with Linda Kulman. [2002]
7Purchased 20% ownership interest of racing horse "Future Destiny" with New York Jet great Wayne Chrebet. [March 2006]
8Release of his book, "George Foreman's Indoor Grilling Made Easy: More Than 100 Simple, Healthy Ways to Feed Family and Friends" by George with Kathryn Kellinger. [2004]
9Release of his book, "Knock-Out-the-Fat Barbecue and Grilling Cookbook" by George with Cherie Calbom. [1996]
10Release of his book, "George Foreman's Big Book of Grilling, Barbecue and Rotisserie: More than 75 Recipes for Family and Friends" by George with Barbara Witt. [2000]
11Release of his book, "By George: The Autobiography of George Foreman" by George with Joel Engel. [1995]
12Performed sports columnist George Kimball's 4th marriage.
13He was never knocked down during his" second career" (31-3 1987-1997) . Amazingly, in each fight. he remained standing between rounds.
14He knocked out Joe Frazier (1973) and Ken Norton (1974) in the second round. He KO'd Frazier again in the 5th in a later meeting.
15His son, George Foreman III, is his manager.
16Father with Adrienne of Michi Foreman. Father with Pamela Clay (not the actress) of George Foreman Jr.. Father with Charlotte Gross of Georgetta Foreman. Father with Andrea of Freeda Foreman and George Foreman III. Father with Mary of Natalie Foreman, Leola Foreman, George Foreman IV, George Foreman V and George Foreman VI.
17Won his first 40 fights, 37 by knockout.
18Won 24 straight fights by knockout prior to fighting Muhammad Ali.
19Knocked out heavyweight champions Joe Frazier, Ken Norton and Michael Moorer.
20Fought 5 heavyweight boxers in one night in Canada in 1975, knocking out 3.
21Climbed off the canvas three times to knockout Ron Lyle in 1976.
22The greatest knockout boxer of all-time with 68 of his 76 wins coming by KO.
23Works as a priest. He was called "World's coolest priest" by the Norwegian magazine "Vi Menn".
24Inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame, 1990.
25Inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame, 2003.
26At age 45, George regained the world heavyweight title by knocking out Michael Moorer in the 10th round in 1994.
27Inducted into World Boxing Hall of Fame. [October 2002]
28Daughter, Freeda George, is a professional on the US women's boxing circuit.
29Son George VI born on 15 August 1999 at 10:45 pm.
30Won a gold medal at the 1968 Olympics.
31Undefeated since his comeback in 1987, George fought undisputed heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield for the title in 1991. Big George proved he was for real at 42 by staying with Holyfield for 12 rounds and losing by decision.
32Promotes the George Foreman Jumbo Fat Reducing Grilling Machine for shopping channel QVC.
33Retired from boxing in 1977 after a loss to Jimmy Young, then returned to the ring in 1987.
34Won the heavyweight boxing title in January of 1973 by knocking out Joe Frazier. Lost the title in October of 1974 to Muhammad Ali.
35He told ESPN SportsCentury he named all five of his sons George Edward so that each would know who his father was. Foreman learned as an adult that he was the illegitimate son of a man named Leroy Moorehead. The two men eventually met, and Foreman was a minister at Moorehead's funeral.


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