John Docherty is set to emulate fitness center partner and compatriot Ricky Burns by winning some sort of title of their or her own one day.

The Commonwealth Games bronze medallist stands along with Scottish legend burns off in Tony Sims’ fitness center at Essex, where he’s currently preparing for his third professional outing in The o 2 at London on February 2.

Burns created history by becoming Scotland’s firs three-weight world-champion in might 20-16 when he included Super-Lightweight glory to his Super-Featherweight and Lightweight names by stopping Michele Di Rocco to the WBA title in Glasgow, and in doing so prompted that a wave of fresh gift.

“Ricky can be a legend in Scotland and some body that I’t always looked upto,” said Docherty. “It’s an honor to coach along with him every afternoon, I’t already learnt so much from him. He’s perhaps one of the most dedicated fighters out there, not ever misses a session and consistently puts 100% effort in.

He’s always sharing his wisdom and advice together with me — I couldn’t even maintain a better place. He’s an inspiration for younger fighters like myself and I plan on taking advantage of their wealth of experience.

“His dedication has taken him to the very top of the sport. It’s one thing with the talent and ability, but it’s complete devotion to the sport that has got him where he has become now. I would like to follow in his footsteps and also bring a World title back to Scotland. I’m aiming high, but exactly what ’s the purpose being in this match in case you don’t even wish to be the ideal? ”

Docherty, 2-1, has made a flawless start your from the paid ranks, blitzing Jordan Latimer in 8 seconds on his introduction at Newcastle in October before quitting Angel Castillo at Florence, Italy monthly after, and also the Deadly Team GB member would be expecting to take his volatile form into 2019.

“I just have to carry on doing what I’m doing at the gym and hearing Tony. I’m improving daily and that I ’ve got a great team .

I’m sense stronger than ever before and I need another knock out on February 2 nd. ”

Docherty features on a enormous night of actions in London.

Bermondsey star Ted Cheeseman steps up again if he challenges undefeated Spaniard Sergio Garcia to the European Super Welterweight crown.

Undefeated British Cruiserweight Champion Lawrence Okolie returns to activity after his triumph over Matty Askin in Wembley Stadium in September.

Lightheavyweight competitions Jake Ball and Craig Richards finally faceoff at a highly-anticipated grudge match for the WBA Continental title.

Rising Wokingham middle-weight gift Felix Cash fights because of his second professional title when he chooses on Nigeria’s Abolaji Rasheed to the vacant Commonwealth strap, using more struggles to be announced soon.

Tickets for February 2 coming in at £30, £50, £80 and £150 are (VIP) available to buy from StubHub (www.stubhub.co.uk), The o 2 (www.theo2.co.uk) and Matchroom Boxing (www.matchroomboxing.com)