Joshua returns to the ring next week against Kubrat Pulev, and victory would pave the way for a double-header which has already been agreed against the Gypsy King.
“Yeah, why not?” he said when asked if he was willing to take a pay cut for Joshua-Fury to take place on British soil. “Now, I’m fighting Kubrat Pulev for a massive pay cut. We have to keep the sport alive. We are all doing our part at the minute.
“It’s all experience, we are doing it now so I wouldn’t mind doing it again. It’s not harming me, and it’s for a bigger cause as well, it’s a massive cause and a big fight but the main objective is how do we get Fury in the ring.”
Joshua and Fury have already agreed to a 50-50 split over their double header in 2021, with at least one fight likely to take place in the Middle East, potentially with both men returning to Saudi Arabia.
But asked if he would push for Wembley, Joshua said: “The main objective is getting this fight done. There is definitely the element that the fans are the most important thing and getting them together to watch a British classic. What finances can we gather to get Fury in the ring? It’s a tough one but I would definitely go for the fans this time around, for sure.”
Joshua is fighting for the first time since regaining his world titles against Andy Ruiz Jr in Saudi Arabia last year, with the 1,000 through the turnstiles for the night a figure the Londoner has not witnessed since his amateur days back in February 2012.
“The last time I would have fought in front of a small crowd I think it was in Hungary,” he recalled. “It was against Sergey Kuzmin and someone from Uzbekistan, a big guy [Sardor Abdullaev].