The 45-year-old American fighter, who was briefly the WBO heavyweight champion in 2006, is free to take to the ring again from today following a failed drugs test.
"Lots of different permutations right now, lots of different venue options as well - talks of one fight in the United Kingdom, one fight in America between the two - but also an understanding that this is a huge fight and one that we must get made in 2018". "It's seems like this is the grand finale", he added.
Confidence is sky high for Joshua after what has been a stellar 2017, best remembered for his famous 11th round dethroning of Wladimir Klitschko at a sell-out Wembley in April, before he defended his IBF and WBA heavyweight titles last month, courtesy of a 10th round stoppage win over gutsy French man Carlos Takam.
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Speaking to Sport360° at the iconic Burj Al Arab ahead of his participation in the Dubai Fitness Challenge, Joshua said: "I feel like he says a lot of negative things about me, time and time again". We have been listening to what people want and they want to see who is king of the heavyweight division.
"Losing my unbeaten record will never hold me back from competition because I thrive off it and it makes you a better person in the long run".
A clash with Tyson Fury has also been mooted for Joshua, though the former world champion has fallen behind on his conditioning and still needs to secure a boxing licence. I address the situation and I put it into the back of my mind. "I could come to you right now and punch your all your face right in for you even at 25st".
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'When I negotiate the fight, once it's done, I'll announce it. I don't like to talk about it.
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.
However, "AJ" - who previously claimed he would fight Fury as well as unify the belts against Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker in 2018 - now states that he is unlikely the fight the trio all in a calendar year.
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