"Listen 100 per cent we'll do the rematch, but we're going to go away, recalculate, see what's going to happen, get back together".
And promoter Warren is planning action in a bid to at least enforce a rematch, having been outraged by judge Alejandro Rochin's scoring, which contentiously had Wilder winning the first four rounds en route to a 115-111 success.
The result means the American is still in a position to achieve his dream of unifying the heavyweight division against Fury's fellow Briton Anthony Joshua, who holds the WBA, IBF and WBO versions of the title.
Fury gave them up after twice pulling out of a rematch with Klitschko as he struggled with mental health problems. That has always been the fight we want because he has the last belt.
"I've spoken to Charlie Giles, president of the British Boxing Board of Control and they, along with us, will be writing to the WBC asking that they look at what's gone on there and to order the rematch", Warren said following his fighter coming up short at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The SHOWTIME presentation of the Wilder vs. Fury, a bout that has been hailed as the greatest night for boxing in the U.S.in recent memory, by Yahoo! You'd have a 90,000 gate at Wembley, so you're talking serious money.
Many saw Fury as the clear victor, even with Wilder scoring two knockdowns in the later round of the fight, the judges would be split across the board, with one scoring it 113-113 even, 115-111 for Wilder, and 112-114 for Fury.
"I find it invigorating". From where he's come from, I just really enjoy it. They said it wouldn't go ahead - well it did go ahead, didn't it?
If nothing else, both fighters dramatically raised their profile and proved that the heavyweight division is the glamour division of the sport. I genuinely feel sorry for Tyson. It was one of the most exciting fights - certainly the most exciting I've seen at heavyweight in America since Lennox Lewis-Vitali Klitschko.
Joshua will next fight at Wembley Stadium on April 13. "Now, Fury's the people's champion".