Victor Ortiz says he's not concerned with Floyd Mayweather Jr's drama with his father. (Photo by Daniel Barry/Getty Images)
Victor Ortiz and trainer Danny Garcia aren't concerning themselves with the Mayweather family saga we saw erupt on the first episode of HBO's "Mayweather vs Ortiz: 24/7," and Ortiz says he hasn't even seen the episode:
"It was just something where I was having such a good day that I didn’t really feel like hearing a little kid running his mouth, so I was like, I’d rather not waste my time listening to some kind of negative stuff coming my way. I took it for what it was and just enjoyed my day."
Garcia, who has issues with his own brother Robert which were noted during the episode, says he did watch, but considers it none of his business, and isn't expecting it to impact Floyd in the ring:
"I saw it. I was just laughing because I don’t really pay attention to that. Because that doesn’t mean that much. If they do have problems, it’s their business."
Obviously these two are taking the best angle for their own good, not paying much attention to the drama or letting themselves hope it will help once the bell rings on September 17. Mayweather and his father have had problems for years, and it has never mattered between the bells.