Despite a rematch seeming inevitable, current WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua and his promoter Eddie Hearn have both expressed their interest to fight either Wilder or Fury.
But that is not expected to be a problem for the "Bronze Bomber", who says he is ready to send Fury "back to hell".
"I don't want no other fights to happen between him or I before then. Oh, my god. Can't wait for the second one", he was quoted as saying by The Sun.
It briefly looked like Wilder might've won in the 12th round Saturday when he knocked down Fury, but Fury picked himself up off the canvas just in time to continue the fight.
The American will fight to retain the only world belt not held by Joshua, who has three of four. He was outboxed much of the way at Staples Center but was still surprised when Fury rose from that 12th-round knockdown - and that the referee didn't end the fight. In the final round, the Briton had also been knocked down, but recovered again and finished the fight.
However, judge Alejandro Rochin scored the bout 115-111 in favour of Wilder, with British judge scoring it a 113-113 draw.
Boxing referee Jack Reiss has explained Tyson Fury's incredible 12th round resurrection after being knocked down by Deontay Wilder.
Wilder vs. Fury lived up to its hype, like the classic exhilarating nights of classic heavyweight boxing: the thunderous blood-pumping adrenaline that whammed and thrummed throughout a rip-roaring crowd.
"This is an exciting fight. But I being anxious got the best of me". The question is whether he will be able to apply their skills after being idle, which he was. Will the Tyson fury to return to the level that he was during the fight with Klitschko?
As he was interviewed at half-time wearing a classic red, white and black scalf, Fury said that he's already told promoter Frank Warren that he wants to fight Wilder inside the Theatre of Dreams - an option that is now being explored.