George Foreman Talks A Lot Of Sense On The State Of The World

Big George Foreman, some man for one man.

Former wrecking machine and heavyweight champion knockout artist.

These days a man of peace, devout faith and quite the entrepreneur it must be said.

Ah yes, big George has seen a lot in his time. No doubt.

In his younger days, a fearsome man.

Only to then rediscover his faith and find inner peace and ultimately after that comeback to become the oldest heavyweight champion in boxing history.

A record that still stands to this day.

A man as fond of cheeseburgers as boxing, Foreman has lead quite the life with his world famous grills a part of many households today.

So when he speaks people tend to listen.

There seems to be a lot of bad feeling around the world at the moment and recalling a time he was with the great Muhammad Ali, Foreman had this to say:

Wise words from a wise man.

While the Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc with the world the above sentiment from one of boxing’s most famed fighting sons is certainly worth considering.

Fans on social media have also paid him many heart felt tributes and words of thanks for the following positive message a short time ago, too:

Indeed, while these times may be uncertain and worrying for many it is important to remain positive, think positive and fight on.

Never give way to fear.

To boxing readers around the world — stay safe folks.

Keep following the guidelines per the CDC and World Health Organization and just take one day at a time.

This too shall pass.