Results from StubHub Center, California, USA

WBN 23/04/2017

StubHub Center, California, USA results:

Oscar Valdez improved to 22-0 with a comprehensive points win over Miguel Marriaga at the Stubhub Center in California.
The talented Mexican, 26, was always in control of the fight and saw out a 119-108, 118-109 and 116-111 triumph on the cards.
WBO super-middleweight champion Gilberto Ramirez made the maiden defense of his title with minimal fuss against Max Bursak.
Rarely troubled, Ramirez cruised to a wide points win by claiming every round of the twelve on all three judges’ scorecards.
Due to ex-foe Arthur Abraham coming out on top in an eliminator on the same night, Ramirez is now expected to face the German again despite a comprehensive victory the first time around.
Jessie Magdaleno took just two rounds to see off the challenge of Adeilson Dos Santos as the WBO super-bantamweight champion also successfully defended his belt for the first time.
Magdaleno built on his win over Nonito Donaire to solidify his position on the world stage ahead of bigger fights in the future.
On his eagerly anticipated pro debut, Olympic silver medallist Shakur Stevenson was far too good for Edgar Brito.
Participating in a six-rounder on his maiden outing, Stevenson won 60-54 on all three cards after a ringside doctor pulled Brito out in before the final bell due to a cut.

At super welterweight, Mahonry Montes earned a split decision win over Francisco Santana to get back to winning ways.

Montes dropped Santana in the fifth round before the cards ultimately ruled in favor of the Mexican 96-93 and 95-94 after ten roundsSantana won 97-92 with one of the officials.

Alexander Besputin scored a decisive points with over former Amir Khan conqueror Breidis Prescott over eight rounds. Besputin dropped Prescott in the seventh before seeing out an 80-71 win on all three cards.

Super-lightweight Fazliddin Gaibnazarov picked himself up off the canvas to halt Victor Vazquez in two rounds on his pro debut, whilst Bilal Mahasin was blown out by Max Dadashev in the third round.

Dadashev is now 7-0 as the Russian makes his way through the welterweight ranks, having stopped six of his opponents so far.