Davies reported earlier this week that UFC president Dana White plans on flying to Wales next weekend to watch Joshua fight Joseph Parker at Cardiff's Principality Stadium on March 31 and, while he's overseas, White hopes to talk business with Joshua and his representation.
If 2017 for Anthony Joshua was about becoming the world's No. 1 heavyweight, 2018 is all about creating his legacy. But he says the fact that Joshua has been floored in both the unpaid and paid codes suggests he has a "glass jaw".
Bold words for someone with just 20 professional fights to his name.
News of UFC's interest in Joshua comes only a few days after Mayweather revealed plans to compete in mixed martial arts with the aim of taking to the octagon and fighting in the UFC.
American Wilder has repeatedly fired jibes to Joshua in recent months and is seemingly desperate for a bout.
So it is of little surprise that at the top of his wish list, as the UFC now develops a promotional arm for boxing, sits Anthony F Joshua.
The mouthwatering match-up is an opportunity for one of these unbeaten fighters to unify the three major heavyweight titles, with Joshua now holding the WBA and IBF belts.
If true, this would have been uncharacteristically petty from Anthony Joshua.
The victor of the meeting between AJ and Parker is expected to seek a fight with WBC titleholder Deontay Wilder for the chance to create history by unifying the heavyweight decision.
Parker will be in uncharted territory, having typically fought in front of crowds of around 10,000 in his native country.
And with the fight being the first time that two unbeaten heavyweight champions have met since 1987, history could be made in Cardiff.
"I mean ahead of his last two or three fights there are definite differences and things are really on song". I will be doing my job in terms of preparation and venue, plus officials and will do a bit of media, whereas Joseph will continue training right up to the fight and obviously acclimatize to the time zone. "When he's on the back foot, he's performed better".
"He's trying to be faster and leaner - I don't know if he is trying to be him or me?" Being ourselves, inviting them into our home and making them some nice food, which I was very sad to see because I was eating other food.
The sunglasses come off, but the rest stays on, and over the next half an hour he has the mostly British media gathered in the Westminster hotel engaged, smiling, and occasionally, laughing.
During Afoa's interview with Hearn, Joshua's promoter said they are looking forward to the event.