In case you missed it or would like to tune in again 94.4FM Salford City Radio Friday sports show with Jimmy Petruzzi interviews Jeff Fenech and Professor Tischler

In case you missed it or would like to tune in again 94.4FM Salford City Radio Friday sports show with Jimmy Petruzzi interviews Jeff Fenech and Professor Tischler Click on the following link to tune in again https://youtu.be/DlQA1BO8HJE Or the following link 94.4FM Salford City Radio Friday sports show with Jimmy Petruzzi Jeff Fenech Recognised around the world as one of the boxing worlds greats, one of the greatest boxers Australia has ever produced, Inducted in 2002 into the International Boxing Hall Of Fame in Canastota, New York..The three-time world champion at bantamweight, super bantamweight and featherweight, all be it a controversial draw with boxing great Azumah Nelson, in the eyes of many Jeff had won the fight and would have been an incredible fourth world title at super featherweight, Of the many memorable moments in Jeffs illustrious boxing career in this interview Jeff gives an honest and genuine insight into his meteoric rise into the boxing world, discussing his fantastic amateur career, the controversial defeat at 1984 Olympic games; turning professional and being one of the fastest boxers in history to fight for a world title , and the third fastest boxer to become a world champion. Jeff talks about his experience of winning the IBF Bantamweight title, the Super bantamweight champion, and Featherweight champion, winning world titles in three weight divisions against some formidable opponents,. The first undefeated fighter to win titles in three divisions. Discussing the Super featherweight title fight , against his appointment Azumah Nelson ,the undercard to the Mike Tyson vs Razor Ruddock rematch at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Controversially declared a draw many, in the eyes of many Jeff had won the fight. In what would have been an incredible fourth world title. His experience of being the trainer for former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, and his thoughts on the current generation of boxers. And an insight into his work as a trainer Victoria Tischler BSW, MSocSc, PhD, CPsychol, AFBPsS Professor Tischler is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She has a PhD in psychology from the University of Nottingham where she worked for 12 years. She retains an honorary position at the University of Nottingham Medical School. Her research interests focus on creativity and mental health and multisensory approaches to dementia care. She is co-executive editor of the journal Arts and Health: an international journal for research, policy and practice. She serves on the scientific advisory board for Boots UK archive. In this interview Victoria discusses what inspired her to go into the field, What she finds most rewarding about her work. How she incorporate art in learning and teaching. How music, poetry , literature, drama , can inform the teaching and practice of appropriate mental health professionals . The impact of arts and humanities in health care, and her vision for art , science, creativity and health Bringing you all the latest news from around the local area and around the world Making a difference through sport! We also feature segment speaking to some of the world’s most influential professionals in the field of psychology and related fields