Bob Foster 14 Career Boxing Fights On 4 DVDs With Motion Menus
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                    BOB FOSTER 14 fights on 4 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Bob Foster vs Tiger
Bob Foster vs DePaul
Bob Foster vs Kendall
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Bob Foster 14 fights on 4 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 4
Bob Foster vs Jones
Bob Foster vs Terrell
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Bob Foster vs Ali
Bob Foster vs Ahumada (HL)
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Bob Foster vs Thomas
Bob Foster vs Hicks
Bob Foster vs Fourie II
Bob Foster
Infuriated by some comments that Rouse’s manager had made before the bout concerning the fact that even though Foster knocked out Rouse in their first bout he was not able to drop him, Foster dropped Rouse five times en route to a fourth round knockout victory. A knockout in 10 to retain the title against Mark Tessman followed, and then he was given the chance to challenge for the world heavyweight title. Facing world champion Joe Frazier on the night of November 18 in Detroit, he was knocked out in two rounds.
After defeating Hal Carroll by a knockout in four rounds to defend his crown, the WBA stripped him of the title, but he remined as world champion on the WBC. Foster became enraged at the WBA, which proceeded to have Vicente Rondon of Venezuela and Jimmy Dupree fight for the world title. Rondon won, becoming the second Latin American world light heavyweight champion (after Jose Torres), and Foster set his eyes on him. Foster went on defending his WBC title, and he defeated challengers Ray Anderson, Tommy Hicks, and Brian Kelly. Of those three, it was Anderson who was the only one to last the 15 round distance with Foster.
Ali vs Foster
Foster and Rondon met in Miami on April 7, 1972, in a unification bout. Foster became the undisputed world champion once again, by knocking Rondon out in the second round. In his next fight, he used what many critics have called one of the best punches in history to retain his title by a knockout in four against Mike Quarry. Foster then went up in weight and faced former and future world heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali, in what was legendary referee Mills Lane’s first bout of note as a referee. Foster lost to Ali by a knockout in the eight, after being knocked down 7 times.
In 1973, Foster retained his title twice against Pierre Fourie, both by decision. Their second fight had a distinct social impact because it was fought in Apartheid-ruled South Africa. Foster being Black and Fourie being White. Foster became a hero to South African Blacks by beating Fourie the first time around, and in their rematch, the first boxing fight in South Africa during Apartheid featuring a White versus a Black, he cemented that position by defeating Fourie on points again.
Piet Koornhoff was the south African Minister of Sport at that time and he had to be persuaded to allow the fight. He had to amend the regulations relating to the prohibition of “mixed sport” in order to do so. Bob Foster was allowed into the country on condition that he refrain from making any political comments or speeches. In a post fight interview he diplomtatically responded to a specific question that he liked the country and would be willing to come back again. This explains the sentiment of Mark Mathabane as noted in his autobiography Kaffir Boy, that South Africa’s black population felt betrayed by Foster since he didn’t address Apartheid during his time in South Africa.
His last defenses as world light heavyweight champion came in 1974, when he was dropped by Argentinian Jorge Ahumada, but managed to keep the title with a draw. After that, he announced his retirement, leaving the world’s light heavyweight championship vacant.
Foster returned to the boxing in 1975, winning a series of 10 round contests, before retiring from the sport permanently in 1978 at the age of 40.
Bob Foster vs Frazier
Bob Foster vs Rondon
Bob Foster vs Quarry
Bob Foster vs Finnegan