"When I fought Klitschko, I was much weaker and in worse shape than I am now", he said.
"I'll go to Vegas for free and fight Wilder", Fury said last month.
Anthony Joshua (21-0) and Alexander Povetkin (34-1) met in the main event of the evening before a very pro Anthony Joshua crowd.
Anthony Joshua returned to his knockout ways with a seventh-round stoppage win over Alexander Povetkin on Saturday. If I was you Joshua I'd avoid me because I would jab your face off, you bum.
The Olympian's latest outing will see him lock horns with fearsome knockout artist Alexander Povetkin at Wembley Stadium, the venue for his career-defining victory over Wladimir Klitschko.
Joshua's fight with Povetkin takes place at Wembley Stadium on Saturday night.
Promoters Haymon Boxing said in a statement reported by U.S. media that Wilder and Fury would meet at a venue to be determined.
As AJ celebrated in the ring and even mentioned Whyte's name, things got a bit awkward on Sky Sports as the Brit fumed at missing the chance to climb in the ring with Joshua.
Joshua opened up the third round with a solid short right hand, but Povetkin was able to answer with an over the top right hand.
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Povetkin looked hurt but was able to get back to his feet, but was still badly hurt. Bigger names may loom large on the horizon, but Joshua will know better than to overlook his challenger.
Both men had won Olympic gold medals, but it was the youthful energy of the 28-year-old Joshua which proved decisive as Povetkin visibly exhausted halfway through the contest.
Joshua, 28, originally from Watford but now living in north London and training in Sheffield, was more composed in the fourth round and his work left Povetkin cut above his left eye.
Then come the seventh round he unleashed a flurry of punches to send Povetkin down.
"Well, shit just got serious".