Anyway, in case it proves to be important, Johnny adds that the money went to pay Patrick's mortgage and the gym's debts, so, indicating a model of what looks like a yacht club, Patrick says they'll have to take some more out of "The Landing." Johnny, however, says that's impossible, as the phone call he got was from one of their primary tenants pulling out, and then they put all previous examples of over-exposition to shame as they exchange information they obviously would both already know. I mean, at this point they might as well start talking to each other about their family members like the other doesn't know them. "You, my brother, would not believe how hard it was when my mother was dying of cancer!" (I don't know anything about the mother, btw. But am I right?) Anyway, here's what you need to know: Patrick was heavyweight champion for nine months until he "walked away," he sent Johnny to business school so he could become his manager, the two of them are financially well and truly fucked to the point where Patrick takes down Johnny's diploma and smashes the frame in frustration, and Johnny actually addresses his brother as "Lights." Next!
Cut to the interview, where an interviewer named "Steve" (he looks familiar, like he might actually be an ESPN guy, but I don't watch enough sports to know for sure) is asking "Lights" if he's bitter about the fight. Patrick laughs and says he doesn't think about it too much, and instead of drawing attention to the fact that Patrick's pants have burst into flames, Steve further inquires as to who, on those incredibly rare occasions when the fight does cross Patrick's mind, he thinks won, and Patrick smiles that Steve saw the fight. "Who do you think?" Well, it's either the guy who passive-aggressively opines that he was robbed without actually saying it, or the other guy. One in two shot! Steve points out that even though Patrick's opponent ("Death Row Reynolds" is his name, and I am not kidding) began the last round still dazed from the shellacking Patrick had just administered, Patrick didn't go after him, and asks if he thought he had the fight won at that point. Patrick looks askance at the TV in the interview room, which starts to play, and we cut in close as we see the guy on the ropes and hear Stacy Keach yelling at Patrick to stay away from him, like, that's not very nice, Stacy Keach. I mean, sure he smells bad after eleven and a half rounds, but he has feelings, too.