The daughter of boxing legend George Foreman, Freeda Foreman, has died.
Police said Freeda Foreman was found inside her Houston home, unresponsive, KTRK reported.
She was found on Friday, KPRC reported.
Homicide investigators said no foul play was involved in Freeda Foreman’s death.
In 2000, she became a professional boxer like her father and won her first five bouts. She finished her career 5-1 with three knockouts.
Freeda Foreman left boxing to raise a family and became a promoter for the sport, KTRK reported.
The elder Foreman, who was heavyweight boxing champ in the ‘70s and ‘90s, paid tribute to his daughter on Twitter after her death, CNN reported.
Freeda Foreman was 42 years old and leaves behind a husband, two daughters, three grandchildren, 11 siblings and her parents, TMZ reported.
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