Daredevil never had the best villains unless he "borrowed" them from other heroes. I mean, c'mon! Stilt-Man? The Purple Man? Leapfrog? The Kingpin was a second-string Spider-Man villain until Frank Miller utilized him brilliantly during that later run.
In this volume, ol' Horn-head borrows Dr. Doom to great effect. No spoilers here, I'm afraid. Issues #37 & 38 deliver a tight two-issue story that isn't so much continued in Fantastic Four #73, but 'epilogued' in a way. Once you read those three chapters, you'll see what I mean.
Fantastic Four Marvel Masterworks vol. 8 also reprints #73, but does not include Daredevil #37 & 38. If you're an FF fan, you'll know why: That issue stands on its own as an FF story, short on plot, but long on action! That was usually the case when super heroes fought each other due to some misunderstanding or other. But, it's also a nice wrap-up of the DD story.
It's a shame that crossover stories of this kind rarely exist any more. Instead, those stories of today seem to crossover to multiple titles 'ad infinitum' until you're so dizzy, you don't remember where the story started.