Foreman is known for being one of the hardest punchers in all of boxing and having one of the best chins, he came back to boxing in 1987 after 10 years away from the sport with the goal to win back the heavyweight title he lost in 1974 to Muhammad Ali in Africa.
Former world heavyweight champion George Foreman has taken to Twitter to call out his next opponent - Hollywood actor and martial artist Steven Seagal.
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The 68 year old former heavyweight boxer, who returned to the ring in his late 40s and still whopped ass, is annoyed at Seagal - probably for branding the National Football League protests by players "outrageous", "a joke" and "disgusting". "10 rounds in Vegas".
Foreman, the two-time boxing heavyweight champion, tweeted a photo of Seagal with an official seemingly unprovoked challenge on Tuesday, Oct. 3. He believed Floyd Mayweather might like to promote it and that it could be a pay-per-view bout. He kept it respectful and made it clear that he believes the Lansing, Michigan-born actor can "really fight" and is big enough to defend himself.
Seagal is 65, a martial arts instructor turned movie star turned reality television personality with a recent affinity for Russian culture (he became a Russian citizen in 2016, according to Huffington Post).