“The fact of the matter is I don’t need any of their fighters, they need me. I’m the only undefeated world heavyweight champion out there. All the rest have been beaten, left by the wayside, stopped and battered. They need me. I’m a standalone Gypsy King giant ruling the division, ruling the roost,” Fury told BT Sport.
“I don’t need any of their money, I don’t need what they can bring to the table, but for the fans you want the biggest fight possible and the biggest fight out there now is me against Joshua. They have nothing to lose, they’ve already been knocked out and beat. I’m the only one who has got something to lose, that big 0 (no defeats) I’m carrying around with me.
“All these boxers, the Joshua’s, the Chisora’s, the Whyte’s, the Povetkin’s, all these people are on a similar level. I see them as four, fives and sixes. And at any time they can take each other out. It shows you what level they’re at.
“As you saw on Saturday, if you overlook someone you get banged on the chin.
“I just want to concentrate on Deontay Wilder, the most dangerous fighter on the planet and history has ever had. I know Deontay Wilder is the most dangerous heavyweight fighter out there.”