Super-bantamweight Billy Stuart extended his flawless pro record to seven wins from seven with a comprehensive points defeat of Dmytro Kostenko at the Hilton Treetops Aberdeen.
The 20-year-old Northern Sporting Club star triumphed 60-54 against the Ukrainian.
Stuart, aka The Butcher, is in contention to fight for a first pro title early next year.
He said: “He was a durable opponent and it was good to get six rounds.”
Aberdonian light-heavyweight Boris Crighton also extended his 100% pro record by securing a second-round stoppage.
Crighton won on his debut with a stoppage after just one minute two seconds in September. He took an extra round to dispatch Michal Ciach of Poland.
Crighton, aka The Blade, sent Ciach to the canvas in the first round for a standing count.
He again felled his opponent in the next round with a four-punch combination that climaxed with a left to the temple.
Referee Kenny Pringle deemed Ciach was in no condition to continue the fight after 45 seconds of round two.
Elgin lightweight Andrew Smart made an impressive pro debut with a 40-36 defeat of Simas Volosinas of Lithuania.