Joshua, the International Boxing Federation, International Boxing Organisation and World Boxing Association heavyweight champion, will fight again in October or November, and his promotional team have not ruled out a rematch with Klitschko.
Joshua-Fury may not happen for some time, however. Following Joshua's triumph over one of the Heavyweight division's all-time greats, White wrote a short statement on his Instagram page congratulating the 27-year-old Brit on his performance. It is a culture we have practiced for a long time, a worthy culture of given honor to any of our own who achieves incredible successes especially at the world stage.
"I was unpacking my bag for 30 seconds, then I would come back and watch a little bit".
The 28-year-old Fury is now back in training and wants face Joshua to win his titles back.
The self-styled "Gipsy King" surrendered the various titles he won in that fight to focus on his mental health problems.
Joshua said he respected Klitschko and had no qualms about a rematch.
Fury added: "We all saw [his career] had a life and death situation against Klitschko, but Klitschko couldn't land a glove on me. I am a Nigerian man by blood, yes", the Minister quoted Joshua as saying in a recent interview, during which the boxer also listed the secret of his success as pounded yam, eba and egusi - all Nigerian cuisine.
He said his victory over Klitschko, in which he overcame a sixth-round knockdown, showed he "can knock anyone out". "I know he's been talking, I want to give 90,000 a chance to see us".
"The Joshua effect is very similar to the Tiger Woods effect in golf, where people who are not so interested suddenly become interested, where young people become aspirational to follow in someone's footsteps".
Wladimir Klitschko vowed "I'll be back" as he returned to Germany following his 11th-round stoppage by Anthony Joshua.
If there was any doubt about Joshua being the biggest star in the boxing world, the British boxer put that to rest on Saturday night.