Gilberto Ramirez earned his first stoppage since 2014 against Habib Ahmed on February 3rd, and once again called for a Super-Middleweight unification.

After a slow start to the fight, the WBO World Champion took control from the third round onwards and hammered the Ghanaian with body and head shots. Ahmed's corner threw in the towel in the closing stages of the sixth round.

"This fight was really important," the Mexican said after the fight. "We have been training for a knockout and we got it. I never felt frustrated. I kept moving forward at him and tried to hit the body."

"I want to clean out the Super-Middleweight division and unify the titles by facing all of the Champions. I'm ready to go to Europe to challenge the World Boxing Super Series winner," added Ramirez, who moved to 37-0 (25 KOs).

IBF World Super-Flyweight Champion Ancajas made the fourth defence of his belt with another stoppage victory in Texas.

'Pretty Boy' sent Israel Gonzalez to the canvas in the opening round to set the tone for the rest of the bout. His pumping jab always found the target, and he countered well against Gonzalez's attacks.

The referee called a halt one minute and 50 seconds into the 10th round after another two knockdowns. The 26-year-old has now finished 15 of his last 16 contests before the final bell.

Ancajas is reportedly likely to face his IBF mandatory challenger and fellow Filipino Jonas Sultan (14-3, 9 KOs) in the spring.