“I don’t like picking on people who are down and probably at their lowest point with a big loss after such a long reign.”
Fury then added: “Usyk did his job, he had to do what he had to do. I watched it, was I absolutely wounded [Usyk] won? Yes.
“I wanted Joshua to win but he couldn’t do it and that’s not any of my business.
“[I] can’t say I’m interested because I’ve got the Bronze Bomber to deal with and then whoever’s next, we’ll deal with them just like the other 31 opponents I’ve already faced.”
If the British rivals do meet in a fight to become the undisputed world heavyweight champion, Joshua would have to defeat Usyk in their rematch – a daunting prospect given how Saturday’s bout played out.