John Fisher gives geography lesson with variations of bosh from around the world
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'Big John' Fisher has taken social media by storm after his unique catchphrase - bosh - is impossible to get out of your head.
Watch below as he gives 'bosh' the global treatment:
The fast-food legend - who is the father of heavyweight boxer Johnny Fisher - is widely known for his love of Chinese takeaways.
From being a normal dad to having nearly 125k followers on Instagram, it's safe to say that the Romford man is probably enjoying his newfound fame.
And it's not just Chinese takeaways that's made him famous - Big John also dropped some heavy bars on his 'This Is England' track to encourage the boys to get the job done in Qatar.
Despite football not coming home, the song itself has racked up over 55k views on YouTube thus far.
Podcast host Steven Sulley recently sat down with the 'TikTok legend' and asked him if he would do 'different variations of his catchphrase 'bosh'.
"French bosh - La Bosh, Spanish bosh - El Bosh, German bosh - Ze Bosh, Greek bosh - Yamas Bosh, Welsh bosh - Boyo Bosh, Scottish bosh - McBosh," says Fisher.
"There's just so many."
When asked what his favourite one is, Fisher admits that he does 'like Le Bosh'.
He also gave a bonus bosh at the end: "The American ones good as well, the Yeeeee Bosh."
Well his heavyweight prospect son, Johnny, recently told talkSPORT how great his dad's newfound fame has been.
“It’s been bizarre because he’s a normal bloke who has worked hard his whole life and my brother just started filming him one day and he didn’t even realise,” Johnny said.
“Then people were coming up to him in the street and shouting ‘it’s Big John’ and asking for a picture, so he’s starting to get a bit of recognition and getting a few club appearances, so he’s earning money that way.
“It’s great to see a man who has worked hard his whole life having a little bit of a break.
“I just remember his following going from 40 or 50,000 followers a few months ago and now he’s overtaken me and he’s at about 150,000 followers, so long may it continue.
“He’s got Ben Stokes the captain of the England cricket team sending him messages, saying ‘Bosh, Bosh, keep up the good work mate’ and Marcus Smith wants to come on our new sit down with a Chinese takeaway podcast and Ellis Genge as well.”