American boxer Shannon Briggs is free to box again today after serving out his ban following a failed drugs test.
He said: "It's interesting, yeah, there's a lot of talk about 2018 in my career. It's seems like this is the grand finale", he added.
Joshua, who stopped Carlos Takam in the 10th round to defend his heavyweight titles at the Principality Stadium last month, targeted the former WBA, WBO and IBO title holder as part of a stunning outburst on Twitter.
"It would be great to see him back because it's not about what he says, it's just the fact people want to see him back".
'I wish Tyson Fury the best, ' Joshua said.
"I feel like he says a lot of negative things about me, time and time again", Joshua explained in an interview with Sport360 in Dubai.
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FORMER UNDISPUTED WORLD heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is set to return to the ring as soon as next April according to his uncle and trainer Peter Fury.
"I'm not one of these dogs that stay in the garden barking for hours, I make my noise - and that's it - until we fight I don't need to be hollering and yelling for days and for months". I address the situation and I put it into the back of my mind.
"I'm embracing everything coming my way this year".
"Wladimir I don't get why you're so bitter about your loss to the Gypsy King", Fury wrote.
I wouldn't expect anything more from you guys, but deep down you know what happened in there and by the way I'm going to deal with your little brother AJ in the same fashion as I dealt with you, play with the bitch.
Hearn revealed he has held talks with Wilder's team and that one aspect everyone agrees on is to schedule the fight for next year.
Anthony Joshua's hopes of challenging for another world heavyweight title moved a step closer after his promoter Eddie Hearn insisted a bout with Deontay Wilder "must get made in 2018".