Danny Garcia's ability to figure things out during the endurance test of a boxing match made him welterweight world champion Saturday at Staples Center.
After five problematic rounds with determined veteran Robert Guerrero, Garcia found a way to batter his opponent with hard right-handed punches in the sixth round.
And as the man five years older dealt with the toll of that punishment, Garcia, 27, proceeded to out-box Guerrero for the final half of the World Boxing Council title bout, winning a unanimous decision by 116-112 on all three judges' scorecards.
"It was what I expected. I knew I would win at least eight or nine rounds," Garcia (32-0, 18 knockouts)...