Fury and his team have consequently called for a rematch, yet Wilder appears to be again showing interest in facing Joshua.
However, Fury doubts whether Wilder has the appetite to step in the ring with him again. I don't know what fight he was watching.
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Joshua has a Wembley date booked in for April 13, 2019, but with no opponent named as yet. He would love Wilder next and he has always wanted Fury.
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If nothing else, both fighters dramatically raised their profile and proved that the heavyweight division is the glamour division of the sport.
Fury showed his slick and quick movement throughout the fight and managed to dodge most of the big punches that Wilder was throwing. I'll give you a fair one when your ready.
Frank Warren, who promotes Fury, said he and the British Boxing Board of Control would write to the WBC demanding another bout. "I've never seen a worse decision in my life".
But win or draw Fury's performance at the Staples Centre is an inspiration for many as it marked a monumental comeback for the Mancunian after his well-documented battle with mental health, drink, and drugs, which he has struggled with since his heavyweight victory of Wladimir Klitschko in 2015.
He added: "If everything is in the paper, I have no desire to discuss anything and let him go fight who he wants".
"If it was up to me - and only me - I would like to do the Fury fight first because I think there is unfinished business".