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Jul 27, 2014 Richard Hoffer The veteran journalist from Sports
Illustrated will join us to talk about his new book, "Bouts of
Mania: Ali, Frazier, Foreman and an America on the Ropes."
July 20, 2014 Paul Thorn The troubadour whose songbook includes "It's a Great Day For Me To Whup Somebody's Ass" is a
former professional boxer whose record (10-3-1, 6 KOs) included
a six-round technical-decision loss to Roberto Duran -- a fight
memorialized in another song, "I'd Rather Be A Hammer Than a
The talented singer/songwriter from Tupelo, Mississippi joined
us July 20 to discuss his life, his music, and the fact that he
drew blood from one of the greatest fighters in boxing history.
July 6, 2014 John J. Raspanti:
"Storytime" The chief lead writer for both
doghouseboxing and maxboxing joined us in studio to spar with
expert analysts Travis Hartman and Rizwaan Zahid about current
events ... then he takes center stage after the commercial break
to regale us with tales of stalking Sly Stallone (although
Raspanti refuses to call it "stalking") and other misdemeanors
of a misguided youth. A lively, quick-moving show and a diversion from our usual
June 22, 2014 Trisha Harding Morrison The widow of 2-time heavyweight
champ Tommy Morrison joined us Sunday, June 22, to
discuss his life, his career, and their continuing crusade to
prove 'The Duke' never had the HIV virus that many are convinced
led to his death. A fascinating conversation that might change
what you believe about his death.
Dicky Eklund Micky Ward's brother and inspiration for "The Fighter" He was a hard-nosed Boston fighter whose
talent was truncated by drug addiction -- a story depicted by
Oscar-winning actor Christian Bale (who played Eklund) and Mark
Wahlberg (who played his brother, Micky Ward.)
Eklund joined us on Nov. 13, 2011, to discuss the astonishing
roller-coaster that was his life (which included a prison
stint), the blockbuster Hollywood film that made him famous, and
his never-ending battle to stay clean and sober. This is an
amazing interview with an unforgettable character.