Down in the ninth round and savagely sent to the canvas in the last round, Fury looked out for the count.
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.
"Of course [I feel a sense of injustice about the verdict] but I'm not going to go on about it forever, life goes on", Fury said to BT Sport ahead of Manchester United's fixture against Arsenal at Old Trafford.
"I said three, four. he was grimacing, his eyes and his cheeks, he was grimacing so I knew he was awake and then when I said five his eyes popped open like I startled him", Reiss recalled.
The Red Devils came from behind twice to earn a draw against Unai Emery's side on Wednesday night - a result that wouldn't have pleased Fury.
"I think it's best for boxing". "Jack I'm okay" or whatever he said.
"I said, "Do you want to continue?', he said 'Yes" and put his arms on my shoulders".
"He rolled over and got up and said "I'm okay!"
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But he scoffed at that: "The 10 count doesn't mean 10 seconds".
"People started making them walk in a straight line, any drunk can walk in straight line. That's what I was doing". As The Ring's report explains, that figure doesn't include pay-per-view buys in the United Kingdom - of which there were certainly many - or digital purchases made on platforms such as Playstation 4.
Wilder went onto say later in his interview that there will definitely be a rematch between him and British boxer Fury.
United States broadcaster Showtime had a reported break-even point of 250,000 buys.
Wilder admitted that he went away from the game plan, however.