Fury, the former world heavyweight champion, cleared the way for a fight with Wilder, the current WBC titleholder, by winning the second bout of his comeback on Sunday (NZ time).
"They called and I answered, I said yes, and now he gets the chance to fight the lineal world heavyweight champion of the world", Fury said.
"Belfast, I appreciate you guys and God bless you guys forever".
There has been talk of the pair facing each other next April at Wembley if Wilder beats Fury, but the American thinks Joshua has already made other plans. They always prove me right with that. "It's on, baby. This is what we've been waiting for here - the best fighting the best".
"Going into the Klitschko fight [in November 2015], I had two fights beforehand: Dereck Chisora [November 2014] and Christian Hammer in February 2015".
"We are two men that will fight anybody", Fury said. "The 6'9" heavyweight-regarded as the lineal World heavyweight champion following his upset win over Wladimir Klitschko in November '15-was light on his feet but sadly also with the impact of his punches, more interested in boxing that delivering an explosive performance.
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Then in his resulting post-fight press conference Fury, in a magnificent shirt, defended his unspectacular points win over Pianeta, stating that he didn't need a one round knockout, but valuable time in the ring.
Wilder vs. Fury, a 12-round matchup for Wilder's WBC Heavyweight World Championship, will be produced and distributed by SHOWTIME PPV. "I'm watching as a fan and I want him to be superb because I want to spark him out".
"From the airport, to 3am last night and from 8am this morning, I've had nothing but love for Belfast", he told BT Sport. "I have nothing but love for you and maybe you'll see me over (in the UK) for a fight some day". Working on my boxing, get the rounds in.
I can take punches and I'll be there to fight.
"This man (Pianeta) couldn't land a blow on me tonight". I was not overlooking Francesco Pianeta but now I can work on a game plan for Mr Wilder.
'I've knocked out one guy and now I'm going for another.