Todd Foster

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Todd Foster fought Homer Gibbins on ESPN at Biloxi Star Theatre, Biloxi, Mississippi and the two were supposed to rematch but sadly it never happened.


Todd Foster (born August 27, 1967, in Great Falls, Montana) is a former American boxer in the Welterweight division. [1]

Amateur career

Foster was an amateur boxing standout. In the Light welterweight division, he was the 1987 National Golden Gloves champion, silver medalist at the 1987 Pan American Games, and 1988 United States Amateur champion, which earned a seed in the Olympic trials. [2]

Olympic results

Foster was a member of the 1988 US Olympic Team, boxing as a Light Welterweight. [3] His results were: [1]

Professional career

"Kid" Foster turned pro in 1989 and won his first 22 fights, setting up a bout with former champ Jimmy Paul in 1992. Paul won by an upset KO in the 7th round. In 1995 he challenged Hector Camacho for the IBC Welterweight Title, but lost via TKO in the 5th round. Foster later retired in 2001.

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  1. 1 2 "Todd Foster". Olympic Sports. Sports Reference LLC. Archived from the original on April 18, 2020. Retrieved August 25, 2011.
  2. "Todd Foster". BoxRec. Retrieved August 3, 2011.
  3. Olympic results