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Oct 10 2004
AT 55 BIG GEORGE IS STILL RAKING IN THE DOUGH - BUT THE MAN WHO RUMBLED WITH ALI IS DESPERATE TO GLOVE UP AGAIN Foreman hungry for another fight
Andy Dunn The Sp'S Own Lean, Mean Grilling Machine
ANYONE seen my hand? Nail-bitten, chubby-fingered, prone to the odd tremor and last spotted disappearing into the big brown mitt of the heaviest hitter in boxing history.
This is George Foreman, 55. Years not stone.
Seconds out from the 30th anniversary of his showdown with Muhammad Ali, Foreman is ready to rumble.
And not because he's hungry. And not because the chef at a posh Manchester hotel has told him it will take half an hour to cook the steak to his liking.
Foreman - parent to ten, a fistful of business dollars in his pocket and 28 Bentleys on his books - wants to fight again.
So what has the godfather of the griddle got in mind? A Grilla in Manila, perhaps?