A rematch with Wilder is a very realistic possibility with the victor then perhaps facing Joshua, who holds the IBF, WBA and WBO straps formerly held by Fury, later in 2019. Though he had lost his belts, "The Gypsy King" remained the lineal champion and brought with him that distinguished title going into Wilder vs. Fury.
He [Joshua] needs to go and tell the people who are looking after his affairs and order them to do it because that's what happened with Tyson and I. Tyson and I spoke about fighting Wilder and he said, 'Go and do it, make it happen.' That's what I did.
Having been there ringside Saturday at STAPLES Center, it was some of the best atmosphere I've experienced on a fight night. It seems that Fury simply wants to entertain the masses, and put on the fights that the fans want to see. Many believed Fury won the fight, although Wilder knocked his opponent down twice. Wilder expects it to be more of the same for a rematch.
Tyson Fury shared a thrilling draw with Deontay Wilder on Saturday, rising from the canvas in the 12th round of the WBC world heavyweight title bout.
Since the conclusion of the fight, plenty of headlines have come out of it, but the latest is a decent clip of Fury in his corner at the end of the third round.
"However I got back up, I really don't know".
Fury said on Saturday that he also wanted a rematch. "Everybody out there who has the same problems I've been suffering with, I did that for you guys". "There's gonna be a lot to say still", Wilder said.
Wilder said he wants the opportunity for a rematch "ASAP". "We were able to see what he was able to do - get up", Wilder said. It was a great fight. We are not here to get a 100-0 record. "It's only right for us to go back in and do it again". When they get to the promised land, the land of milk and honey, that's when they fight Anthony Joshua. "They're getting what they deserve".
It should be noted that this statement coincided with the arrival in the United States Joshua promoter Eddie Hearn in talks with Wilder. They considered themselves the only people in Boxing, or at least in the heavyweight division, which is interested in the audience. They don't want no one else to be equal to them or come past them. Both fighters are unbeaten.
"He was landing some punches but majority was pitty-patter, they didn't affect me", Wilder said.
"I remember a time where nobody in America would even know who the heavyweight champion was".