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SCOT Alex Arthur last night insisted he plans to fight Craig Docherty in September despite boxing chiefs postponing the bout just three weeks ago.
The Edinburgh boxer last week went under the knife in a Stirling hospital to clear up a knee injury which has been plaguing him for over two months.
The 26-year-old, who has not fought since defeating Ugandan Michael Kizza to claim the IBF Intercontinental belt in March,has now returned to light training.
Although the proposed fight against Docherty in September was postponed a fortnight ago by the British Boxing Board of Control because of the injury, Arthur insists a date can be arranged within three months.