Freeda Foreman, Daughter of George Foreman, Dies at 42

Freeda Foreman, Daughter of George Foreman, Dies at 42

Freeda Foreman, Daughter of George Foreman, Dies at 42

Freeda won her first five bouts in the boxing ring in 2000 before her first loss a year later.

Professional boxer Freeda Foreman, the daughter of the legendary George Foreman, has passed away at the age of 42.

Freeda was found dead in her home near Houston, Texas, by a family member. As of this writing, the result of a coroner's report on the cause of her death had not been released, but local station KTRK indicated that she may have died by suicide, citing homicide investigators.

"Daddy I want to Box, "Get an Education first" I said, well she Brought The bacon home ( degree)", Foreman wrote.

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The unidentified nurse "was fired last week and believes many other nurses and staffers were fired for the same reason". She said she wasn't asked any questions and never had a chance to offer an explanation.

"Dad never wanted any of his kids to see him fight", she said in a 2000 interview with London Mirror. "Okay, one more year - aww one more decade".

Via Twitter, Foreman post a picture of two horses, one of which is a newborn, and the caption, "Heaven send so many wonders; too many to have questions about any one thing or event in my life". All of her brothers are named George, and Freeda's middle name was George, too. "It's something I always really loved". She finished her professional career 5-1 with three knockouts, before leaving the sport to focus on raising a family and becoming a boxing promoter.

The world heavyweight champion and Olympic gold medalist, 70, shared a touching message about his daughter's death to Twitter on Sunday.

Since retiring from boxing, Foreman has made an extremely successful transition into the entertainment industry and became even more famous for the marketing of products such as the George Foreman grill.

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