Oscar Valdez is dominated by Shakur Stevenson, who wins the second title through unanimous decision

As the seconds ticked by on the most important night of his career, Shakur Stevenson ran around the ring holding his hands high.

Stevenson won the unanimous-decision win by scores of 118-9, 117-112, and 118-109 to secure a second title worth 130 pounds.

Stevenson, 24, said that he is a "star in this sport." "I want all the belts at 130 to become undisputed.

He did everything he could to win the fight. He is a great fighter. He has speed and power.

Valdez was previously ranked No. He was previously ranked No. 1, but he was removed from the rankings after testing positive for the banned substance Phentermine.

"I am not a cheater. Never was. Valdez said that he has never needed it.

Devin is an incredible fighter. We can make it happen in the future," Stevenson, an Olympic medalist from Newark (New Jersey), said.

He said, "You line 'em all up, name'em. I'm ready to take on whoever."