Full name: Todd Laverne Foster
Height: 5-6.5 (170 cm)
Weight: 139 lbs (63 kg)
Born: August 27, 1967 in Missoula, Montana, United States
Country: United States
Todd Foster was the 1987 National Golden Gloves champion as a light-welterweight and then won that division at the 1988 US Nationals, which qualified him for the 1988 US Olympic team. Foster turned professional in January 1989, defeating Chris Alvarado by a second round TKO. He won his first 22 fights, before losing to Jimmy Paul in 1992. Foster met Hector âMachoâ Camacho for the IBC welterweight title in 1995, but was defeated in a fifth round TKO.
Foster seemed to retire in May 1998, but three years later came back to meet Danny Chavez in July 2001, after which he did retire, ending his professional career with a record of 41 wins (34 by KO), 4 losses (3 by KO), and 1 draw. After his fighting career ended, Foster returned to Montana where he founded Kid Fosterâs Boxing Academy, which aimed more to fitness than fighting.
|1988 Summer||21||Seoul||Boxing||Men's Light-Welterweight||United States||USA||5T|
|1988 Summer||21||Seoul||Boxing||United States||USA||Quarter-Finals||Match #1||2||1988-09-27||Cheney (AUS) , Foster (USA)||2||56||59||58||59||58||290|
|1988 Summer||21||Seoul||Boxing||United States||USA||Round Three||Match #2||1||1988-09-25||Foster (USA) , Jeon (KOR)||knock-out||2||2:25|
|1988 Summer||21||Seoul||Boxing||United States||USA||Round Two||Match #3||1||1988-09-23||Foster (USA) , Rahilou (MAR)||knock-out||2||2:19|
|1988 Summer||21||Seoul||Boxing||United States||USA||Round One||Match #5||1||1988-09-19||Foster (USA)||bye|