And both men have been offered an invitation to the White House to meet the leader of the free world.
Fury made light work of his American opponent, dominating the entire bout before the fight was stopped in round seven.
Wilder is yet to activate his rematch clause but could decide to face his opposite number for a third time.
And the two fighters could see each other at the White House, should they accept Trump's invite.
“You liked it? That was a great fight, two great fighters, it was really very exciting," the US president said while speaking to a press pool before his trip to India.
“Maybe we have to bring them both to the White House because that was really a good one.
“In fact, I think we’ll do that.”
Fury’s father John Fury commented on the invite, reacting to the news on ITV show Good Morning Britain.
“That is good for a Fury isn’t it?" he said.
“I am a big fan of Donald Trump. It is great where it has ended, a meeting in the White House.”
Promoter Frank Warren added to Boxing Social: “Donald Trump’s invited him to the White House.
“And the WBC president told me that the Pope’s invited him to see him.”
Trump is no stranger to inviting sporting stars to the White House.
The Washington Nationals baseball side made the trip in 2019.
And the Clemson University’s American football team joined Trump in the Oval Office too, but were forced to eat a selection of McDonalds, KFC and other fast food due to a Government shutdown which caused staff shortages.
US trailblazer Megan Rapinoe rejected Trump's offer to meet him after the country won the Women's World Cup last year.