The action last night in the UK took place on two shows north of the border at Glasgow and Aberdeen.
At Glasgow's Bellahouston Sports Centre, Coatbridge stylist Ricky Burns retained his Commonwealth crown with a convincing victory over Belfast's Kevin O'Hara.
The 26 year old sharpshooter improved to 27-2 (7), by posting a 117-110, 116-111 and 115-113 UD over O'Hara, 16-5 (5), and retained the Commonwealth for the third time.
Former WBO super feather titlist Alex Arthur, 27-2 (20), was also on the bill, making the return from a title loss to Nicky Cook a good one by rubbing out Mohamed Benbiou, 15-15 (8), in the first round.
Aberdeen's favorite son Lee McAllister, 29-2 (6), was in fine form in his hometown, dazzling the audience at the Beach Ballroom to win the vacant Commonwealth lightweight title.
Ghanaian champ Godfriend Sowah, 11-4 (4), came into the challenge against McAllister on the strength of a Commonwealth eliminator victory a year ago but was finished off in the third by the "Aberdeen Assassin".