The former heavyweight champion, who drew with Wilder in Los Angeles on Saturday night, said he would give away his earnings to help the homeless.
He said before the bout: ‘I’m going to give it to the poor and I’m going to build homes for the homeless.
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‘I don’t really have much use for it, I’m not interested in becoming a millionaire or a billionaire. I’m a boxer not a businessman and I’ll probably go down the same route as every other boxer – skint at the end of it all.
‘You can’t take it with you, so I might as well do something with it and help out people who can’t help themselves.’
Fury, from Manchester, battled drug and alcohol addiction as well as mental health difficulties before his comeback on Saturday.
He said: ‘When I go home I’m going to build some homes for the homeless and set up some funds for drug addicts and alcoholics.
‘I was always going to do it but being here (in California) gives me that extra push to go and do it even more.
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‘It has really opened my eyes to a lot of things and I’m leaving as a better person.
‘There are a lot of homeless people on the streets here, more than I’ve ever seen ever in my life. I’m staying in downtown LA but if you go five minutes down the road there’s like – I don’t know – thousands of homeless people.
‘I’m just an outsider with an opinion but it’s a situation that is happening all over the world, especially in the UK as well.’
The Gypsy King, who has four children with his wife Paris and another on way explained why he will not hand the money to his family.
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He said: ‘I believe all kids should make their own money in life because if they don’t, they won’t appreciate it.
‘It’s easy to spend someone else’s money and the money I’ve earned is practically blood money.
‘My kids have to make their own living and make their own way in life; they won’t be living off my name or reputation because that’s too easy a route.
‘You see many of these rich people’s kids doing nothing because they had it too easy. I never had it easy, I had to work for whatever I got. I was working from very young, everything I wanted in life I had to work for.’
A rematch between the two fighters is the most likely outcome as Wilder retained his belt