Documentary On George Foreman’s Rise To Become The Oldest Title Holder In Boxing History

     Before Bernard Hopkins there was Georg Foreman, widely known for his epic heavyweight title loss in 1974 to Muhammad Ali, coined “The Rumble in the Jungle”. Foreman, 25 years old at the time, would go on to fight and retire at the young age of 28. Only to make a return after almost 13 years at the age of 38. Foreman would go on to retain his Heavyweight crown by defeating Michael Moorer by knockout in the 10th round at age 45 to becoming the oldest ever to win a boxing title at that time.