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In addition to raising the kind of kid any parent would be proud to claim -- as a single father -- Kenny Porter evolved into a world-class trainer whose main charge is that very same kid.

Porter joined us on The Ringside Boxing Show to talk about Shawn's March 12 WBA welterweight title bout against undefeated Keith Thurman, tell amazing tales about his son's best high school football games, and give us the inside story of that Pacquiao sparring misadventure a few years back.

We also spend a few minutes with Chicago heavyweight Mike Mollo, who has made some money pounding on Polish people -- Andrew Galota, Art Binkowski, and Artur Szpilka (twice) -- and is headed to Poland to fight undefeated Krysztof Zimnoch on Feb. 12.

The Mollo and Porter interviews are preceded by commentary from our expert analysts, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti, who dissect Danny Garcia's win over Robert Guerrero, psychoanalyze their volatile trainer/dads, and discuss a Mexican columnist's claim that Julio Cesar Chavez Sr. has been laundering money for drug cartels.

A lively edition of The Ringside Boxing Show, front to back.

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Expert boxing analysts Travis Hartman and Rizwaan Zahid break down Danny Garcia's stunning TKO victory over Amir Khan, discuss Angel Garcia's big mouth, anticipate Chad Dawson's effort to drop 7 pounds for Andre Ward, and more.

This is the first half of a show that featured a lively and fascinating interview with world champions Kaliesha "Wild Wild" West and Ava Knight during the final half hour.

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Kaliesha West and Ava Knight are world champions who usually have to leave the country to find a big fight, and might have to change genders someday to earn a big paycheck. The two female superstars joined us on the July 15 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show to discuss the challenges and frustrations of fighting in a sport made for men.

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