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Sep 23, 2020

Boxer George “Monk” Foreman III talks of Compassion and Everybody Fights!

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Boxing, Business, and Well-Being — I am joined on this episode of ideaXme by George Foreman III; entrepreneur, professional boxer, trainer, coach, son / business partner of former two-time heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman, and founder of EverybodyFights, a rapidly expanding chain of high-end, state-of-the-art boxing and fitness gyms — #Ideaxme #Health #Wellness #Boxing #GeorgeForeman #Fitness #Gyms #Nutrition #Longevity #Aging #Healthspan #Lifespan #LifeExtension #Business #Entrepreneurship #Innovation #Startup #IraPastor #Bioquark #Regenerage


Ira Pastor, ideaXme life sciences ambassador, interviews George “Monk” Foreman III; entrepreneur, professional boxer, trainer, coach, and Founder of Everybody Fights.

Ira Pastor Comments:

We’re honored to be joined by Mr. George “Monk” Foreman III; entrepreneur, professional boxer, trainer, coach, son of businessman and former two-time heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman, and founder of Everybody Fights, a rapidly expanding chain of high-end, state-of-the-art boxing and fitness gyms.

George “Monk” Foreman III:

With degrees in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from Rice University, and a Business degree from Pepperdine University, after compiling a record of 16–0 (with 15 knockouts) as a professional boxer, George III went on to serve as the Business Manager of his father’s consumer products empire and Executive Vice President of George Foreman Enterprises, Inc., before venturing out on his own to start the Everybody Fights chain.

On this episode, we will hear from Mr. Foreman about:

His background; what it was like growing up in a family of 12 siblings (5 of them also named George), about his early days in running his father’s community boxing center, and his initial journey into the world of amateur and professional boxing. What was it like growing up, being trained by, and working as a business partner with his father, former two-time heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman. His journey from a big, established family business to a startup of his own to build from scratch. The expanding public interest in the sport of boxing for fitness and self-defense in people of all ages, especially the aging population. Key learnings from the world of professional boxing that he applies towards the business world.

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