• This is a rush transcript from "Your World with Neil Cavuto," April 29, 2008. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

    NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: Well, my next guest would probably tell you to stop playing those video games and just exercise.

    George Foreman, of course, the former double boxing champ, grilling guru, a very rich guy, joins me right now.

    (LAUGHTER)

    CAVUTO: So, George, you're getting — you want to get kids out and exercise. You don't want them to play video games.

    GEORGE FOREMAN, CO-CHAIRMAN, GEORGE FOREMAN ENTERPRISES: Oh, you know, so many kids now are so — they don't have any coordination, because they stay in the house so long. You try to teach them tennis. Even with my children, I have got to teach them to skip rope, all the things we had when we were young. They don't know how to skip rope or anything. So, you want to get them outside and play as much as possible.

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    But don't get alarmed because of games either. I am old enough to remember they were saying the same things about Elvis music.

    CAVUTO: Right. Yes.

    (LAUGHTER)

    FOREMAN: It was violent and...

    (CROSSTALK)

    CAVUTO: That is true. That is true. Everyone...

    (CROSSTALK)

    CAVUTO: This one is very, very violent, though. And I think that is where part of the controversy is.

    As a reverend yourself, do you have a problem with that?

    FOREMAN: Yes, you want to make certain that you spend a lot of time with your children.

    I just wrote a book, "Fatherhood." And it's about what your kids need most, not a video game, but time with you. If you had time with fathers and moms, especially fathers, kids would not play any games. They would be hanging out with dad. So, if you're really worried about them, give them a little more time.

    CAVUTO: OK.

    You and I were talking during the break, George. It was 40 years ago this summer you won the Olympic heavyweight gold medal.

    FOREMAN: Olympic gold medal. I thought I was going to 19 forever.

    CAVUTO: Yes. You were scowling back then.

    (LAUGHTER)

    FOREMAN: I was bad. I don't know why.

    CAVUTO: Now you're — everyone loves you. So, you can — that is an amazing four-decade trajectory.

    FOREMAN: Everywhere I go now, people offer me food. That's why.

    CAVUTO: Do they really? Really?

    (LAUGHTER)

    FOREMAN: There was a time I could not even find a burger. There weren't many burger chains. Now I am happy-go-lucky guy, because people feed me.

    CAVUTO: Yes.

    (CROSSTALK)

    CAVUTO: That is a great gig.

    (LAUGHTER)

    CAVUTO: That is a great gig.

    But now you are sort of stepping back. You want to be very health- conscious. I know you're introducing these shakes. That's important.

    But I remember you when were making your second quest for the title. You were — just had all these cheeseburgers, and you seemed to be doing everything bad, and you seemed to be doing just fine.

    FOREMAN: People made a joke out of it. They say, how — how can you be heavyweight champ of the world, George? You're eating this cheeseburger. Your training camp is next to Baskin-Robbins.

    (LAUGHTER)

    FOREMAN: And they made a joke out of...

    (CROSSTALK)