George Foreman vs. Muhammad Ali: Date, Odds, Stats, Prediction

In an undisputed world title fight, George Foreman (Big George) defends his heavyweight WBA, WBC, and The Ring belts against Muhammad Ali (The Greatest). Let's take a look at the stats, odds of winning, and the prediction for this fight.

25
Jun 23, 1969
40-0
120
92.5%
191 cm
199 cm
8 cm
Orthodox
George Foreman
218 days
40
Age
Debut
Record
Rounds
KOpct
Height
Reach
apeIndex
Stance
Lay Off
winStreak
32
Oct 29, 1960
44-2
365
67.4%
191 cm
198 cm
7 cm
Orthodox
George Foreman
275 days
3
WBAWBCTheRing
HV
w1
d2
HV
w1
d2
HV
w1
d2
WBAWBCTheRing
HV
w1
d2
HV
w1
d9
HV
w1
d9
heavyweight
Wednesday, 30 Oct 1974
Stade du 20 Mai, Kinshasa, Zaire
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George Foreman vs. Muhammad Ali, Oct 30, 1974

Foreman vs. Ali Date

This heavyweight world title fight between George Foreman and Muhammad Ali took place on at Stade du 20 Mai, Kinshasa, Zaire.

Foreman was coming off a 2 round TKO win against Ken Norton on 26 March, 1974. On the day of this fight, he was 25 years and 9 months old with a record of 40-0 (37 KO).

Ali was coming off a 12 round UD win against Joe Frazier on 28 January, 1974. He was 32 years and 9 months old with a record of 44-2 (31 KO) on the day of the fight.

Foreman vs. Ali Stats

George Foreman is 191 cm tall with a reach of 199 cm. He fights out of the orthodox stance and has an ape-index of 8 cm. He has a 92.5% KO rate.

Foreman vs. Ali Odds

The winning odds is 51-49 in favor of George Foreman. Based on these numbers, our AI makes the following prediction.

A very close matchup, could go either way. George Foreman may have a slighly better chance of winning - unless something crazy happens.

Foreman vs. Ali Result

Muhammad Ali deafeated George Foreman via 8th round KO. Foreman's undefeated record of 40 wins comes to an end, and Ali advances his win streak to 4. Ali is now 45-2, and Foreman 40-1.

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