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At 25, Edwin Rodriguez (18-0, 12 KOs) looms as one of the next elite fighters in the super middleweight division, where such stars as Andre Ward, Lucian Bute, Carl Froch, Arthur Abraham and Mikkel Kessler are waiting.

But the story of this Dominican-born fighter, who now trains in Worcester, Mass., is much deeper. In 2006 he and his then-fiance Stephanie became parents of twins who were born after just 23 weeks in the womb and weighed a pound and a half. Rodriguez, a two-time national amateur champ and a favorite to make the U.S. Olympic Team, basically put those dreams on hold to focus on his family. The babies spent seven months in the hospital on oxygen, and are afflicted with cerebral palsey and autism.

Their struggle, and the challenges faced by Edwin and Stephanie, produced some of the most-compelling conversation we've ever had on The Ringside Boxing Show. Enjoy this unique interview from our March 20, 2011 show.

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 The husbands of Leti Ayala (Paulie), Cheryl McCullough (Wayne) and Trisha Harding (Tommy Morrison) are all former world champions. On the Jan. 23, 2011 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show we interviewed these three dynamic ladies about being "The Women Behind The Champs." We asked about money, pain, romance, stress, children, fame and many other topics. Their answers made for one of the most-interesting interviews in the three-year history of our program.

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