Fury had his return fight against Derek Chisora as the pair completed their underwhelming trilogy at The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Their past meetings were one-sided, and the third fight followed a similar theme.
'The Gypsy King' carried his old mate over ten rounds as the bout went on a few rounds longer than it should have.
Chisora took a lot of punishment and it would be good to see him call it a day after receiving this big payday.
Speaking post-fight, Warren suggested that Chisora was able to "take a better shot" than Wilder.
"Even though Tyson was a convincing winner [against Derek Chisora], I strongly believe it would have been a similar outcome had Joshua stepped up to the plate," Warren stated in a press release.
While Fury's trilogy with Chisora was dire, his three bouts with Wilder were thrilling as they produced one of the best assemblage of bouts in heavyweight history.
After the drab keep-busy fight with Chisora, there are many great fights out there for Fury.
He faced off with Oleksandr Usyk and Joe Joyce ringside at Tottenham's stadium, with fights against both men likely for 2023.
It is believed that Fury vs Usyk for all four world heavyweight titles is likely to happen next in Saudi Arabia during the first quarter of next year.
It is hard to see Fury vs Anthony Joshua happening next year, but that all-British bout will be demanded as long as both men are still fighting.
And then there is the possibility of a fourth bout with Wilder. The American returned in impressive fashion in October as he stopped Robert Helenius in one round.
Wilder is expected to face Andy Ruiz Jr next in what is billed as an eliminator for Fury's WBC heavyweight title.
Fury stated earlier this week that he would welcome another fight with Wilder.
"Let me get through Usyk and I'll be back to Las Vegas to do the Wilder 4. Come on," Fury told ESPN.
"Maybe at the Allegiant Stadium, 70,000-80,000."