Angel Garcia ranted and raved through much of his son Danny's fight last night with Mauricio Herrera, as it seemed the father/trainer saw the fight fans did, and not the rather comfortable win for Garcia that two of three ringside judges believed.
Angel, however, was quite realistic about the fight in a post-fight interview with Bill Emes, saying it was an off-night, but a win, and a win is a win.
On Danny's performance: "He got the job done. Some days -- it's just one of them days. It's not like he got dropped."
On Herrera's tactics: "There was a lot of dirtiness. He was coming with his head a lot, coming into the clinches hitting Danny like a damn bull. The ref should have caught all that, but it's OK, I'm not mad."
On Danny moving up in weight: "If he wants to go to 147, it's up to him. If he wants to go to 147, then I'm down with it, but I think he makes 140 well. Just because he didn't have a 100% fight doesn't mean he's a bad fighter."
On signing another fight or waiting for Mayweather: "It's up to Floyd. Floyd makes that decision. ... What are you gonna do? How you gonna get a fight with Floyd, call him out? You don't do that. If you call him out, what happens? He does whatever he wants to do. It don't matter."