According to the American's co-manager Shelly Finkel, Wilder is also "very interested" in a fight against Joshua.
"If everything is in the paper, I have no desire to discuss anything, and let him go fight who he wants".
They are likely to fight again next spring, when Fury would become the favourite, posing a greater threat to Anthony Joshua's status as the world's leading heavyweight.
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In the early hours of this morning he wrote: "What took this fool so long? Like we ain't been interested?!", the 29-year-old said. Fury got up quickly and rallied to almost winning back the round as Wilder appeared as if he might've punched himself out going for the finish. We need to give Britain the biggest fight in British boxing history and that's me and Joshua. "Either one of you".
Joshua's promoter Hearn has maintained that Wilder is the No 1 choice of opponent for the unified champion's next scheduled title defence at Wembley Stadium on April 13.
Joshua, the IBF, WBA and WBO champion posted on Twitter.
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The pair fought out a thrilling yet contentious draw in Los Angeles on Saturday night, with underdog Fury largely out-boxing pre-fight favourite Wilder, only to be pegged back on the scorecards after being floored twice by the American. "I take nothing away from this fight, but we won this fight", Wilder stated. There will be too much demand to see the two Brits go head-to-head - even more so if Fury wins in a potential rematch with Wilder. "Both the guys put on a tremendous fight", Deas told the BBC.
That Fury succeeded in performing to such a high level following a period of only 14 unremarkable rounds in three years that featured significant ring-rust, him gaining in weight to 27 stones, taking cocaine and contemplating suicide fully vindicated his trainer Ben Davison.
The first heavyweight title pay-per-view bout in America since 2002 saw both fighters combine for a modern classic that was overflowing with tension and drama.
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Its bowling attack is decent, but it will have to think on how to dismiss a strong Indian batting line-up to stay in the game. The 24-year-old pacer has claimed 28 wickets in six Tests with an impressive economy of 2.91 per over.
That means 2019 could be an incredible year for boxing.