Billy Joe Saunders became a two-weight world champion after dominating Shefat Isufi in Stevenage on Saturday night.
The Hertfordshire man controlled things from start to finish before scores of 120-108, 117-111 and 118-110 saw him claim the vacant WBO super-middleweight title at the Lamex Stadium.
Previously a world champion at middleweight, Saunders, under the guidance of Ben Davison, improves his record to 28-0.
Isufi came into the contest on a 10-fight win streak but was soon overawed by the technical skills of his British foe, struggling to get any sort of foothold in the match.
It was a boxing masterclass for the first five rounds, complete one-way traffic, a sheer gap in ability increasingly obvious, the home favourite putting on a clinic.