When We Were Kings -- Open-ended Trailer from USA Films
According to George Foreman, Muhammad Ali came into the scene with style; he made an impression on everyone who saw him.
Don King talks about Muhammad Ali fighting bigotry, discrimination, and white supremacy as well.
Stuart Scott discusses how the greatest fighter in the world did everything for the black community.
Stuart Scott speaks about the fun, lovable Muhammad Ali who was so much more than just a fighter.
George Foreman was as surprised as everyone in the arena when he lost the Heavyweight Championship title of the world to Muhammad Ali.
Two worn-out, over-the-hill prizefighters jump at one last chance at the big time. Their friendship is challenged by fierce competition when they step into the ring in a dramatic fight to the finish -- where only the winner will earn a shot at the title.
Two worn-out, over-the-hill prizefighters jump at one last chance at the big time. Their friendship is challenged by fierce competition when they step into the ring in a dramatic fight to the finish -- where the winner will earn a shot at the title.
Hollywood heavyweights Woody Harrelson and Antonio Banderas bring real comedic punch to this hilarious, action-packed hit! Best buddies and sparring partners, Vince (Harrelson) and Cesar (Banderas) are a pair of worn-out, over-the-hill prizefighters who jump at one last, unexpected chance to work in the big time. They just have to be in Las Vegas now! So before they know what's hit them, they're on the road! But when they step into the ring that night, friendship is replaced by fierce competition as Vince and Cesar tangle in a dramatic fight to the finish - where only the winner will earn a shot at the title! With sexy Lolita Davidovich (Mystery, Alaska) and sultry Lucy Liu (Charlie's Angels) along to liven up the ride, you won't want to miss any of the knockout entertainment that powers this whirlwind comedy adventure!
From the mean streets of Houston to the pinnacle of corporate America, the life of George Foreman would seem unbelievable even by Hollywood standards.
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The dot com decade opened up the information superhighway and for the first time, people could shop, search, and surf online with the click of a mouse. Take a trip back to the end of the 20th century and the beginning of today's trendy technologies and see how the gadgets we can't live without all started in the 90s. Learn about the science of creating an Internet search engine and explore how virtual pet toys were born.
From Scottsdale 2006: an Amphicar convertible, a rare 1969 L-88 Corvette from actor/pro wrestler Bill Goldberg and former heavyweight champion George Foreman. Only on SPEED.
From Scottsdale 2006: an Amphicar convertible, a rare 1969 L-88 Corvette from actor/pro wrestler Bill Goldberg and former heavyweight champion George Foreman.
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Buck Strickland and his brother convince Luanne she’s got serious talent in the boxing ring, prompting her to pick a fight with George Foreman’s daughter, Freda. But unbeknownst to Luanne, all of her matches were rigged.
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George Foreman - December 17, 1994: Two time World Heavyweight Boxing Champion George Foreman hosts this 1994 episode.
While in the middle of his contract negotiations, Hank threatens to leave the show unless he gets both a raise and his own golf cart to drive around the studio. Learning of his demands from network lawyer Sheldon Davidoff, both Larry and Arthur mercilessly poke fun at Hank behind his back. Meanwhile, although thanking Larry for some words of encouragement during the show, Hank clears out his office in preparation for leaving. While Larry and Arthur are invited to join the staff for his surprise going away celebration, Hank discovers that a stripper Phil and Jerry hired turned out to be a woman he once dated. Asking to meet with Jerry alone, Hank reveals that he knows they have been laughing at him behind his back, unaware that Arthur is listening on the speakerphone. However, when Arthur sneezes and Hank realizes their conversation has been overheard, he storms out after quitting his job. On his way to a final meeting with network executive Davidoff, Hank tells Arthur that he has an offer to co-host a cable talk show with Dick Cavett. However, Larry soon learns the network has decided no to renew Hank's contract and that the Cavett job was just a bluff by Hank to bolster his negotiating strategy. Going to see Sheldon and claiming he has an offer to host another late night show. Larry threatens to quit unless Hank is given everything he wants. However, after Hank accepts the compromise offered by the network, Larry is offended that they didn't take his threat of quitting seriously enough, even though he was bluffing about his other offer.
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