“Let’s get it on!” – John Docherty calls for Idris Virgo clash

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Matchroom Boxing published this video item, entitled “”Let’s get it on!” – John Docherty calls for Idris Virgo clash” – below is their description.

9-0 (7 KO) Southpaw Super-Middleweight sensation John Docherty has made it clear – He wants to fight Idris Virgo. Following his victory at Fight Camp, ‘The Doc’ wants to mix it with the former Love Island contestant Virgo after their social media exchanges #JohnDocherty #IdrisVirgo #TheDoc

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