Mac Foster is a character from Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. Britain's Boxing Illustrated wrote, "He could certainly whack! MacArthur "Mac" Foster (June 27, 1942 – July 19, 2010) was a 20th century American heavyweight professional boxer. He trained with Pat DiFuria at the Merced Street Gym. In April 1972 Foster faced Muhammad Ali in Tokyo in a rare 15-round, non-title bout. Joyner down in the sixth and seventh rounds. Foster had never been in a professional fight longer than eight rounds before facing Ali. His body was buried at the San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery in Santa Nella, California.[5]. Mac (voiced by Sean Marquette) – A bright, and imaginative eight-year-old boy who is Bloo's creator and best friend. Foster knocked out at 2:05 of the sixth round. By 1970 Foster was ranked as the world's number one heavyweight contender and seemed set for a title shot, but his 24–0 winning streak came to an end when as favourite he was stopped in six rounds by the more experienced Jerry Quarry in June 1970. Wheeler down in the third round and three times in the sixth. [2], Foster died at the age of 68 of MRSA on Monday, July 19, 2010. Folley knocked out at 3:04 of the first round. Mac is the overall main protagonist of the Cartoon Network series Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends.He visits imaginary friends all the time. He is an eight year old boy who was the original owner of Bloo until he had to give him up at the end to stay at Foster's, as his mother believed that he was getting too old to continue having an imaginary friend. Foster followed up his loss to Ali with knockouts of journeymen Sam McGill and Charles Williams. Whilst serving with the Marines he won fourteen amateur boxing titles, and was deployed for two combat tours in the Vietnam War. He is a part of dance crew in Just Dance 2018 in the song "Footloose". Mac is a bright, selfless, smart, sensible, imaginative young boy, and the creator of Bloo. [2] He spent his childhood years in Fresno, California, where his father found employment as a nurse. According to a trading card in the Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends Leapster game, he created Bloo after he had to give away his favorite blanket. uses cookies to make the site simpler. Foster caught Joyner in a barrage of punches and the referee stopped the bout at 1:45. He created Bloo when he was three years old. MacArthur "Mac" Foster (June 27, 1942 – July 19, 2010) was a 20th century American heavyweight professional boxer. "[citation needed], Whilst being employed as a sparring partner for Sonny Liston, Foster was reputed to have knocked down the former world champion,[3] causing Liston two days later to work Foster over during another sparring session before handlers could intervene between the two men to stop it.[4]. Find out more about cookies Mac is unusually clever, and almost always knows what to do when there is a problem. Mac Foster is a character from Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. After the Quarry fight, Foster knocked out ageing but well rated Zora Folley in one round. He married Yolanda, the marriage producing four children, Gregory, Joshua, Nathaniel and Nicole. Foster picked grapes and cotton as a youth. Foster's final record was 30–6, with all 30 of his wins coming by knockout. He retired from boxing in 1976 after losing his fourth consecutive decision, this time to prospect Stan Ward. "Professional boxing record for Mac Foster", "Mac Foster, former boxer from Fresno, dies",,2105803&dq,,,, Articles with unsourced statements from November 2018, Articles with dead external links from December 2010, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2013, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 27 August 2020, at 13:42. In 1969 Foster knocked out contender Thad Spencer in the first round, and twice knocked out a past his prime Cleveland Williams. Mac Foster played Percy in Gobo The Fraggle & Friends, Mac Foster played Young Bromley in The Squirrel Princess, Mac Foster played Zazu in The Master King, Mac Foster played Michael Hobbs in Ichigo (Elf), Mac Foster played Tipo (Angel) in The Robot Boy's New Groove 2: Flint's New Groove, Mac Foster played Young Tarzan in Marcozan (1999) and Marcozan II, Mac Foster played Jerry Mouse in Dilbert and Mac: The Movie, Mac Foster played JoJo McDodd in Guru Ant Hears a Robot, Mac Foster played Norman Babcock in ParaMac (Vinnytovar Style), Mac Foster played Nate Gardner in Toons (Storks), Mac Foster played Tim Templeton in The Boss Stewie, Mac Foster played Hammy in Over The Toon Hedge (Dragon Rockz Style), Mac Foster played Baby Mumble In Happy Feet (Systariansrule2024 Human Style), He played Stanley Griff in Mac Foster (Stanley). Fresno State University offered him a track and field scholarship out of Washington High School, but he declined the opportunity, choosing instead to enlist with the United States Marines. The Parody Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. Wyatt knocked out at 0:13 of the first round. He was then outpointed by Bob Stallings, Joe Bugner and Henry Clark in consecutive bouts. He competed from 1966 to 1976, winning 30 of his 36 professional bouts, with all his victories coming by way of knockout. Birmingham knocked out at 2:12 of the first round. Foster served as George Foreman's sparring partner for Foreman's world title bout with Ken Norton in 1974. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. [dead link][2], Standing at 6 ft 2" in height and known as "Big Mac The Knife from Fresno", Foster made his professional debut in 1966, winning his first 24 fights by knockout, and was named The Ring's Progress of the Year for 1969. Moore knocked out at 2:50 of the second round. LUIS ALBERTO VIDEOS GALVAN PONCE Characters' Blown Away, Goosebumps (2015) (LUIS ALBERTO VIDEOS GALVAN PONCE Style), Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends Characters, The Robot Boy's New Groove 2: Flint's New Groove, Happy Feet (Systariansrule2024 Human Style),, Occupation: Student, Frankie's adoptive little brother, Relatives: Frankie Foster (adoptive sister/mother/girlfriend), Pets: Caline the calico cat, Tabs the tuxedo cat and Mr. Meow Meow the black cat, Allies: Bloo, Stanley, Joy, Dennis, Frankie, Ed, Double D, Eddy, Nazz, Dexter, Dee-Dee, Blossom, Bubbles, Buttercup, Bunny, Professor Utonium, Ms. Keane, his mother, Kathy the female common impala, Paul the male common impala, Hannah the female scimitar-horned oryx, Beth the female bat-eared fox, Karen the female southern meerkat, wildandnaturefan, a young-adult male southern meerkat, Benny the male black heron, Steve The Squirrel, Bullet the Squirrel, Chris the Chipmunk, Caline the calico cat, Tabs the tuxedo cat, Steve the squirrel, Bullet the squirrel, Chris the chipmunk, Chester the Chinese crested dog, Percy the parrot, Aqua the dolphin and Mr. Meow Meow the black cat, Likes: Frankie, helping people with problems, Dislikes: Double D and Nazz friends in danger. One of the quickest fights in Boxing history. [citation needed] After a discharge from the Marines with the rank of sergeant, Foster turned professional, becoming the third Fresno boxer of note (Young Corbett III was a world welterweight champion and Wayne Thornton rose through the rankings to become a number one heavyweight contender in 1970). Foster was born in Alexandria, Virginia,[1] a son, and the third of eleven children, of a Mississippi sharecropping family. Armentiros knocked out at 0:59 of the third round. He is very attached to Bloo and his biggest fear is never seeing him again. After retiring, Foster volunteered his time as boxing coach for youth. Foster went the distance against a prime Muhammad Ali in April 1972, losing by a fifteen round unanimous decision. Mac is often the voice of reason among his friends when they are making decisions. Mac visits Foster's every day. He scored notable stoppages of heavyweight contenders Thad Spencer, Cleveland Williams, whom he defeated twice, and Zora Folley. Phillips knocked out at 1:53 of the first round. His appearances in the Stephen Squirrelsky and Friends' Movie Spoof Travels are FernGully: The Last Rainforest, A Pooh in Central Park, Bubblesrella 2: Dreams Come True, The Brave Little Piglet, Kung Fu Owen, Nikki's Adventures of Sing Along Songs Episode 8, The Thomas O'Malley Movie, Kermit Returns, Fievel the Red Nosed Mouse and The Island of Misfits, Nikki's Adventures of Sing Along Songs Episode 9, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Finding Alvin, Animated Tale, The Forest Book 2, Nikki's Adventures of Sing Along Songs Episode 10, Madagascar, and Sleeping Beauty and will even be in more movie spoof travels.