By Ryan Burton
MGM Grand, Las Vegas - The final press conference for Saturday's mega-fight between Floyd Mayweather and Victor Ortiz was pretty low key until Ortiz's trainer, Danny Garcia, took the dais. Garcia thanked Mayweather for giving Ortiz the opportunity to fight and also praised him as a great fighter. He did however question the 6 time champion's tactics and called him a dirty fighter.
"I want you to fight a clean fight. That is all that I ask," said Garcia. "You hold your elbows up and you throw your elbows. We want a clean fight," continued Garcia.
Mayweather shrugged off Garcia's comments and said that there is no such thing as a clean fight.
"We are in the ring hitting each other. It is a fight. There is no such thing as a clean fight, retorted Mayweather.
Floyd went on to point to his record as proof that he is doing something right when it comes to the way he fights and spun the question back at Team Ortiz.
"I am 41-0 aren't I? If you don't want a dirty fight then when I hit Victor and hurt him then I don't want him holding," said Mayweather.
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