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Canelo Alvarez and Liam Smith are in opposite corners on Saturday, but the pair have something in common: all of their brothers are current or former professional boxers.Mexican Alvarez is one of boxings biggest global names and has stepped down a division to challenge Smith for his WBO world super-welterweight title at the AT&T Stadium in Texas.Alvarez is the youngest of eight children, seven of them boys who became professional boxers. There may be fewer Smith brothers, but all four are active and three of them have fought for world titles compared with two of the Alvarezs.Paul Smith (38-6, 22 KOs), 33, who boxed in London last weekend, is the eldest of the friendly Liverpool family and has twice unsuccessfully challenged for the WBO world super-middleweight title, losing on points to Arthur Abraham in 2014 and 2015.Stephen Smith (24-2, 14 KOs), 31, was also beaten by Jose Pedraza on points for the IBF super-featherweight title earlier this year. It was Liam (23-0-1, 13 KOs), 28 who won the race to become world champion when he stopped John Thompson for the WBO belt nearly a year ago and has since made two defences.Liam, 28, only took up boxing aged 14 and is a keen football player. The likes of Wayne Rooney and Steven Gerrard are friends of the Liverpool-supporting brothers. But it is youngest Callum (21-0, 16 KOs), 26, who critics say is potentially the best of the Smiths. The tall super-middleweight, who was also in action in London last weekend, is due a shot at the WBC title next year.The Smiths have two younger sisters, one of which Hollie is autistic. The brothers have autism printed on the band of their ring trunks to promote awareness of the condition.Hollie was diagnosed with autism when she was two, Callum told ESPN. None of us knew what it was at the time but we have autism across our shorts to raise awareness of it.Hollies quite clever but she cant speak. There are a lot of different sorts of autism and we just want to help people learn more about it.We get a lot of credit for being four fighting brothers but she is the biggest fighter of us all. She is a huge inspiration. When youre having a bad day you think of what Hollie has to battle and it gives you a lift.It is a boxing-mad family but mum Margaret cannot stand to watch any of her sons in action.Shell do her usual routine, shell be in the bingo waiting for a call or a text off my dad, Liam said about his mums routine when any of her sons is in action.She cant even watch on TV. Shes proud of us but I think her proudest moment will be the day the four of us finish. She sees the sides of us people dont see: she sees us in the house, she has seen the highs but also our lows when we have had losses in the family.Callum believes his progression has helped by having three brothers who also box and all the siblings have the same trainer, Joe Gallagher.Its not pressure having three older brothers all in the same job as me -- its a help. People say I look like an older fighter in a young mans shoes and it feels like Ive been around the game for ages, Callum said.Like Liam, Alvarez was not the first from his family to box professionally. His elder brother Rigoberto (27-4, 20 KOs), 38, retired in 2011 after losing a points decision to Austin Trout for the WBA world super-welterweight title.Lightweight Ricardo (24-3-3, 14 KOs), 34, last fought two years ago and super-welterweight Ramon (23-5-2, 15 KOs), 30, lost a split decision to former world champion Antonio Margarito last month.Canelo, 26, is the baby of the bunch and by far the most successful. Canelo, who grew up on a farm in Guadalajara, beat Briton Matthew Hatton for the vacant WBC super-welterweight title in 2011 and his only defeat came when he lost a majority decision to the worlds best boxer at the time, Floyd Mayweather Jr., in 2013. He has since won two world middleweight title fights before returning to the super-welterweight division.In 2008, six Alvarez brothers -- including Canelo -- fought on the same bill but three of them failed to win on their professional debuts. Joonas Donskoi Jersey . "I dont know that were close," said general manager Alex Anthopoulos. "I just think, right now, the acquisition cost just doesnt work for us right now. I dont know if I can quantify how far off or things like that that they might be but I would say we continue to have dialogue. Wholesale NHL Sharks Jerseys .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. http://www.sharksjerseyscheap.com/?tag=tomas-hertl-jersey . Haas said he "felt a lot of pain" in his right shoulder when he slammed his racket to the ground in frustration after losing his serve at 3-3 in the first set. Timo Meier Jersey . A knee to the thigh might have stung him the most, but his sixth straight double-double made up for the brief burst of pain. Chris Tierney Jersey . Peter Gammons, an analyst for Major League Baseballs network and website, drew the ire of hockey fans on Sunday when he criticized the two NHL teams on Twitter for their physical game the night before. Larry Scott hits the first half of Stanfords game against Southern California before bouncing over to Berkeley for game two of his Saturday doubleheader.California is hosting Texas and that game goes full (hash)Pac12AfterDark, running late into the night. That doesnt keep Scott from looking fresh and business casual the next day for an early breakfast at the top of Nob Hill in San Francisco. After that, another business meeting, and then back to Berkeley for a Harvard-Cal mens soccer before finally relaxing at his 14-year-old sons soccer match.Scott always seems to be on to the next thing. In eight years as commissioner of the Pac-12, Scott has modernized and expanded a conference that had fallen far behind its competitors. With a $3 billion television contract and its own network, the Pac-12 has been transformed under Scott.But what now?The TV contract that once set records will be dwarfed by the Big Tens new deal. The Pac-12 Network has not been the cash cow some expected to help the conference close the revenue gap between it and the Big Ten and Southeastern Conference.Scott thinks long-term. He sees cord-cutting sports consumers and potential new markets in Asia. But on Pac-12 campuses, there are more immediate concerns for athletic directors who are trying to fill stadiums for all those night football games the conference plays and keep their coaches from being poached by other Power Five schools.The conflict between the two has created some tension in the Pac-12 and some doubters in Scott.I think in our conference weve got to leverage the strengths we have on the West Coast, which is partly about innovation. Partly about being progressive. Partly about taking some risks, trying some things differently, because we dont have and wont have the same size fan bases and the same size markets as those were trying to compete with. Plus, the time zone, Scott said in a recent interview with The Associated Press.The biggest, riskiest play for Scott is the Pac-12 Network. The conference owns and operates the network, unlike the Big Ten, which partners with Fox on its network and the SEC, which partners with ESPN. Going it alone has limited the Pac-12 Networks reach and earning potential.With the support of large and vocal fan bases who threatened to drop providers that would not carry their networks, the Big Ten and SEC were able to land deals with all the biggest cable and satellite TV providers.Those deals have been far more difficult for the Pac-12 Network to secure. Most notably, DirecTV does not carry the Pac-12 Network.According to a letter sent earlier this year from Washington State athletic director Bill Moos to boosters, Pac-12 schools received a $1.4 million payout from the network last year. Moos said in the letter, which was reported on by the Seattle Times, that Washington State was expecting $5 to $6 million.Still, Scott calls the network, which airs on more events (850) than BTN or the SEC Network, Absolutely a success.Theres definitely room for it to be a bigger success, Scott said.Whats changing is people are watching less on their TVs, streaming programming through mobile devices and bypassing cable and satellite providers. The Pac-12s TV contract with ESPN and Fox runs through 2024 and gives those networks control of the conferences first- and second-tier media rights, which include most of the conferences best football and basketball games. Third-tier rights, essentially everything else, are owned by the schools and the Pac-12.Scott believes that sets up the Pac-12 to capitalize on a changing market in which maybe DirecTV is less relevant and Facebook, Amazon and Twitter are major players.The Pac-12 announced a deal earlier this year to stream Olympic sports on Twitter. It also signed a deal with Sling TV, which allows users to access television networks without a cable or satellite pprovider.ddddddddddddcott hopes the DirecTV issue can be resolved. But the world is changing very rapidly and there will be plenty of other options, he said.The Pac-12 distributed to its members about $25 million each for 2015. That payout is about $7 million short of what the SEC and Big Ten paid each of its members and even below the Big 12s record $30 million payout.Scott, who made $4 million last year to make him the highest-paid college conference commissioner, said the revenue gap is an issue for the Pac-12, but as with most things he likes to pull back the lens.The thing thats often overlooked if you look at the typical athletics department budget for any particular school, the percentage of revenue that comes from the conference can range anywhere from 20 percent to 35 percent, Scott said. The ability for schools to compete has got a lot more to do with their market and what theyre able to do locally than what happens through the conference, but whenever theres a dialogue about it its always what the conferences are doing.According to financial records gathered by USA Today, there are 31 public schools that generated at least $90 million in athletic revenue in 2015. Only three (Oregon, Washington and UCLA) are from the Pac-12.When Scott was hired away from the Womens Tennis Association -- where he was CEO -- by the then-Pac-10, part of his mandate was to engage the presidents and chancellors and create a strong board of directors. In the process, Scott acknowledges, he was not as attentive to the lines of communication with athletic directors.Some of the strain played out publicly earlier this year when Scott called out UCLA athletic director Dan Guerrero for how he used the Pac-12s vote when the NCAA council was sorting through how to regulate so-called satellite football camps.Scott said he has made an effort to keep ADs more involved, setting up dinner meetings with them before the presidents meet. ADs now receive the agendas of the presidents meetings with the commissioner.The AP made interview requests to all Pac-12 athletic directors other than USCs Lynn Swann, who has been in the job for less than a year. Some declined and others said they were unavailable. The three athletic directors who spoke to the AP, Oregons Rob Mullens, Arizona States Ray Anderson and Moos, voiced support for Scott and his vision for the conference. They also acknowledged their opinions are not necessarily shared by all of their colleagues.It is important to remember where this conference was, Mullens said.Under Scotts predecessor, Tom Hansen, few Pac-12 football games were nationally televised. TV revenue was paltry compared to other major conferences and it was not shared equally. The teams that were on TV most made the most. The trade-off to get the game-changing money and more exposure was more Pac-12 football games being played at night, including Thursday and Friday nights.Fans complain about night kickoffs and they can hurt attendance, but playing in the Pacific time zone allows ESPN and Fox to use Pac-12 games to fill late time slots.We were all made aware of this when we negotiated those television deals, Moos said. Youre really not going to be able to command $3 billion for the conference by everybody playing in a 1:30 window on a Saturday afternoon for their football games.Anderson, who is in his third year at Arizona State after working as a vice president in the NFL, said he fully endorses Scotts strategy with the network.Become more of the way that consumers are getting our sports and, boom, maybe the landscape changes and were now in a better position to start helping to reduce that (revenue) gap, Anderson said.---Follow Ralph D. 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