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Anthony Joshua says he would not be surprised to see American Shannon Briggs fight David Haye.

The IBF world heavyweight challenger expects 'The Cannon' to get his first fight in Great Britain after setting up camp in London.

Briggs gatecrashed Haye's press conference on Wednesday, calling the former WBA world champion out, which left Joshua thinking a possible showdown could well become a reality - especially now the American has had a successful brain scan.

"He's a real character and a good guy and a good man for the sport," Joshua told Sky Sports.

"He's been a heavyweight world champion and I am sure he'll get another go - if he keeps barking at the right person, someone is going to bite back.

"I think Haye will probably fight him."