"I thought I won the fight".
"I don't know what fight that judge that gave it 115-111 was watching". In all the other rounds the fighters were separated by a single point.
The Manchester-born fighter remained unbeaten after he somehow got off the canvas in the last round after a right hand and left hook left him flat on his back.
WBC strap holder Wilder retained his belt at the Staples Center on Saturday after the bout with Fury was declared a split-decision draw.
"I think with the two knockdowns I definitely won the fight", said Wilder (40-0-1), adding that he started slow and rushed his punches in a sub-par performance. "We poured our hearts out tonight".
"I should have won the fight but I'm not going to complain".
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"When I rush my punches like that I'm never accurate". Listen, I'm not going to take anything from Wilder, he's a great champion and a great man.
"Speaking to BBC Radio 5 live, he said: "[Former five-weight world champion] Floyd Mayweather's walked out of this arena disgusted, that says it all.
"I literally saw this man's eyes roll into the back of his head, and I thought it was over". I'm very happy with the fight, but put it this way, if I didn't get knocked down twice in that fight, on one of the judge's scorecards I'd have still lost, so he needs banning from boxing forever because he clearly can't judge.
Fury, 30, shared a thrilling battle in Los Angeles, with many former professionals saying he won the bout. After overcoming his personal demons, Fury returned to the ring earlier this year following a near three-year layoff and has claimed victory in two fights as he gets set to challenge for a heavyweight title once again.
A re-match would nearly inevitably be in the United Kingdom because of the support for boxing there and Fury's reputation - which he enhanced significantly with a courageous and skilful performance which would have won him a lot of new fans.
Fury also taunted Anthony Joshua, the undefeated holder of the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO crowns, from the ring. "And the support that we got was great recognition for our team". "Me and this man are the two best heavyweights on the planet", added Fury, who exited his press conference after leading a rousing chorus of Don McLean's classic "American Pie".