Garcia rocked Guerrero in the sixth and ninth rounds.
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Unbeaten Danny Garcia beat Robert Guerrero by unanimous decision Saturday to capture the World Boxing Council welterweight crown vacated by the retirement of undefeated Floyd Mayweather.Garcia rose to 32-0 in only his second bout in the 147-pound weight class since moving up after winning the WBC and World Boxing Association titles at junior welterweight.Guerrero, 32, pressed the attack early but Garcia, 27, answered with hammering exchanges, rocking his rival particularly in the sixth and ninth rounds.Garcia faces a mandatory defense against England's Amir Khan, who was stopped in the fourth round by Garcia in 2012, but other foes are possible as well.
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