Operation Knockout on Saturday, August 18, 2018 at 3-3130 Long Street Rd, Fort Bragg, NC. Meet and Greet The Legendary Roy Jones Jr. and also at ringside will be James "Lights Out" Toney. Fighters include: Jonhnathan Foreman, Big Buddy Tesstling, Dijon "2Slick" Cissel, Jacob Flores, Luis Acosta, Edvis "Hands on Deck" Galloway. Brought to you by Force 7 Promotions and Trueheart Drrew Productions. Tickets Available at www.eventbrite.com
Two Time Heavyweight Champion George Foreman live at the Boise Convention Centre at the Grove in Boise, Idaho to receive a Idaho Humanitarian award celebrating 35 years serving the youth, and celebrating his 5oth anniversary of winning the gold medal in Mexico City. Friday, October 12, 2018 at 7:00 pm. For tickets, call 833-WON-GOLD / 833-966-4653 or go online: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3577554. Boise Convention Centre is located at 850 W. Front St. Boise, ID 83702. Be sure to come out and meet 2 Time Heavyweight Champion, Mr. George Foreman. For more information about George Foreman and the George Foreman Youth Center, visit www.GeorgeForeman.com.
Pro Football Hall of Fame member Michael Strahan talks with veteran sports broadcaster Lenny Moon about his college football playing days while a student-athlete at Texas Southern University in Houston, Tx. Strahan would go on to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014 after spending his entire NFL career with the New York Giants. Moon was on the TSU football broadcasting team during Strahan's development into a star not only in the Southwestern Athletic Conference, but all of college football specializing in pressuring the quarterback.
James Shack Harris talks with veteran sports broadcaster Lenny Moon about his struggle to overcome the stereotype and become the first regular starting Black signal caller in the NFL. Harris would go on to become the first Black QB to earn All-Pro status and embellish that feat by being the first Black quarterback to walk away with the NFL Pro Bowl MVP award.
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Don Chaney, a star on the 1968 University of Houston basketball team, talks with veteran sports broadcaster Lenny Moon about his team's epic battle against UCLA in 1968. The two teams were #1 (UCLA) and #2 (Houston) in the country and were led by the college game's premeir titans in the Bruins Lew Alcondor (aka Kareem Jabbar) and the Cougars Elvin Hayes. The contest was played before the largest crowd to witness a basketball game in America at that time with well over 50,000 in attendance. UCLA was riding the crest of a 47-game winning streak that ended that night of January 20, 1968 in the game entitled "Game of the Century". The Cougars remined undefeated that season until they met the Bruins a second time in the NCAA Tournament, Houston would win the Dome contest by the score of 71-69 with Hayes leading the way with a game-high 44 points. This paved the way for the modern "March Madness" television coverage.
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Leon Hughes and The Coasters. You can't miss with the legendary Leon Hughes “The Original” and His Coasters that took place on June 2, 2018 at the CenturyLink arena! The night was filled with hits such as “Yakety Yak”, “Searchin”, “Charlie Brown”, and more! Joined on stage that night was The Diamonds, Todd Horn, and hip-hop artist Vito. Click here to view photos from the event.
Concert Photography provided by Lisa Jordan: www.lisaseyeview.com.
The Foreman Boxing Magazine TV Series producer Harris Haith joins the show's host Roy Foreman as special guest on a special "LIVE STREAMING' episode this Sunday, March 18, 2018 from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm EDT only on Provide TV - Atlantic City Local Channel - Log onto www.providetv.com to tune in.
George Foreman, two time heavyweight champion of the world, global marketing icon and Pastor of 40 years celebrated Veterans Day by announcing his endorsement of Dr. Richard Johnson for Congress in the 18th District Texas race. "I have known Dr. Johnson for over two decades and watched him work hard for the citizens of the 18th District, the state of Texas and around the country. He is an honest and decent man who has served our nation with honor and integrity. I am urging all of my family, friends and supporters to join me in this campaign to elect Dr. Johnson. I know that he will make us proud.", said Foreman.
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Sunday February 11 RTS BOXING & RORO PRODUCTIONS will return with their popular series of professional BOXING The Rumble in Humble.RTS held 4 shows in 2017 At the Humble Civic Center that was very well received and featured some of the finest up and coming talent not only in the state of Texas but from across the country as well.
We saw the continued rise of Isaiah Seldon of Atlantic City, New Jersey son of former Heavyweight Champion Bruce Seldon and Jonathan Foreman nephew of the former Olympic gold medal winner and 2 time Heavyweight Champion George Foreman both part of the RTS Boxing family.This year we are starting with a bang as well Ricky Edwards a top ten contender for the Jr. Welterweight title from New York but fighting out of Houston is on the card as one of our headliners along with a number of other crowd favorites .The crowds were great last year and responded with great enthusiasm said Promter Courtney Glaspie and owner of RTS BOXING INC.
We are putting together what we hope will be an even better team as we continue to secure sponsorships for these events to not only bring great BOXING but prime the city of Humble as well. Football season has come and gone but we Want to continue to bring excitement to the area and with the show being in a Sunday afternoon we think it will give the fans a chance to come out early for some great boxing and still have time with the family.
Roy Foreman of RORO who serves as producer and consultant of shows says RTS has stepped up and shown that they are serious about being in the sport of boxing and are looking forward to bringing some dynamite talent to the area.
Ticket prices:$35.00 General Admission; $50.00 Ring Side; $100.00 Table Seats; VIP Tables $600.00 (seat 6).
For more information, call 281-223-8726 RTS BOXING or 609-226-7406 RORO Productions.
Muhammad Ali’s Birthday is January 17th, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday is January 15th and the month of February has been designated as Black History Month. When you finish reading this blog please explain to me what does the black athlete in the NFL, NBA, MLB and the few black players in the NHL have to celebrate relating to these two great men? They gave their lives to allow them to stand for something and not fall for just anything. These athletes should hang their heads and confess they dropped the ball.
Recently a CNN media personality wrote a blog titled “What MLK Might Say To Donald Trump? My question and response would be “What MLK Might Say To Black America, especially, the black athlete?”
by Black Men In America.com on January 6, 2018
In 1955, Rosa Parks in Montgomery, Alabama refused to go to the back of bus. She sparked the modern day Civil Rights movement and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., emerged as its leader. My first encounter with racial injustice in America was in 1960, when four black students who were enrolled at North Carolina A&T College in Greensboro, N. C. said, “Enough is enough!” On February 1, 1960, the four freshmen Ezell Blair, Jr. Franklin McCain, Joseph McNeil, and David Richmond walked downtown and “sat-in” at the “Whites Only” lunch counter at Woolworth’s Department store. They refused to leave and that act of defiance revolutionized the Civil Rights movement.
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