George Foreman

Collection of drawings of George Foreman boxing measured with overall height

George Foreman is among several American athletes who took up sports because of a troubled childhood and later turned into an author, entrepreneur, and minister after exiting professional boxing competitions. During his boxing heydays, he was nicknamed “Big George” and became an Olympic gold medalist and world heavyweight champion twice. George won seventy-six matches in his amateur boxing career and still reigns as the oldest boxer to win a world heavyweight boxing championship title. He is among several boxers admitted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame and World Boxing Hall of Fame. Many considered him the eighth greatest heavyweights and ninth greatest punchers in boxing history.

Group of silhouette illustrations of George Foreman performing different boxing poses

George Foreman boxes in the Heavyweight weight class at a height of 6’3” (1.91 m). George Foreman has a reach of 6’9” (2.06 m) and fights with an Orthodox stance.

How tall is George Foreman?
George Foreman is 6 foot 3 inches (1.91 m) tall.


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6’3” | 1.91 m

Stance: Orthodox

Weight Class: Heavyweight

Reach: 6’9” | 2.06 m

Years Active: 1969-1997

January 10, 1949


Drawings include:
George Foreman standing, punching

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Boxing is a combat sport where two people compete by punching one another for a determined number of rounds or until the referee decides that one competitor can no longer continue the fight. Boxing today is a regulated sport performed globally in amateur tournaments and the Olympics alike.