“If you’re among those legions of boxing fans who think Tommy Morrison died of AIDS, Sunday’s riveting interview on the Ringside Boxing Show might abruptly change your opinion,” writes Dennis Taylor, editor/publisher of the show. He broadcast an excellent interview with Trisha Harding Morrison, widow of heavyweight boxing champion Tommy “The Duke” Morrison, on Sunday, February 8, 2015.
You can link to the archived show here. The interview starts at 25:36 and lasts for about half an hour. “How Positive Are You” listeners may recall our two-part “Requiem for a Heavyweight” series with Trisha, available in Parts 1 and 2. We had previously interviewed Tommy himself for Episode 16 in February 2010.
Joan Shenton graciously provided the introduction en Español for this Episode.
For the English version, see the original Episode 96.
“What a fabulous job you are both doing. Thank yo so much!!”
” I wanted to say how much I appreciate all of your hard work, I think you are so amazing.”
“[translated from Spanish]My name is Angelica and I regularly visit How Positive Are You. I live in Chile…My brother is HIV+…it is very important for me to know the truth about HIV. Many thanks for what you are doing.”
“I am a big fan of How Positive Are You and I am always looking forward to new episodes, the podcast is one of the main components of the hiv-skeptics movement.”
“I’ve been listening to your podcasts and I’m extremely moved because it’s been almost a year and half since I got a positive diagnosis. I enjoy listening because it helps me immensely because the biggest hurdle I’ve been dealing with is the mental and psychological part of how to live amidst an almost always preoccupation with the subject of my health. Fortunately my health is good and I have not taken any.”
“Wow! I am hearing so many things I already knew when i listen to your show, I believe in self healing all the way, but when I got diagnosed i went right on meds because i was so scared! Tommy Morrison & Henry Bauer, i think have just saved my life, I really know this! I HAVE NO DOUBT ABOUT THIS! …I want to cry right now and nothing every really brings me to tears even when i am happy… THANK YOU SO MUCH!”
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