Fury, 33, retained his WBC heavyweight title by knocking out Deontay Wilder in the 11th round of their epic trilogy fight on October 9.
Warren was sat ringside as the Gypsy King staged a remarkable comeback to put a definitive end to their years-long rivalry at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
And he thinks ‘The Body Snatcher’ will get smashed to bits if they finally come face to face for the first time after he was first installed as Fury’s WBC mandatory over four years ago.
He said on iFL TV: “I think he’ll do a job on him. I just look at the form line. I look at Dillian Whyte fighting Derek Chisora twice. I think the first fight Chisora nicked it, but the decision was given to Dillian.
“The second fight, Derek was winning that fight till Dillian pulled it out the bag and done what he had to do, which was a good finish and he did that.
“Then I look at what Tyson did with Derek Chisora. I mean, that was a better Derek Chisora. That was a younger Derek Chisora. For me, Derek didn’t win a second of any round.
“Going into that fight I fancied Derek would give him a real problem and I fancied Derek may beat him, but Tyson done an absolute job on him.”
Warren added: “It’s strange with Tyson, he’s like a 10-year overnight sensation. He’s done everything that’s been asked with him and he’s done it in different ways.”
“When you look at what he did with [Wladimir] Klitschko, it was an out and out boxing lesson in the other guy’s backyard.
“Then he’s been to the States now and beat, again, the man in three entirely different types of fights against Deontay Wilder.
“All exciting, that’s how adaptable he is. He’s an unbelievable boxer Tyson, unbelievable fighter, unbelievable brawler when he wants to be.”
Whyte did not waste any time calling for his shot at his British rival at a press conference last week shortly after he was pulled from his fight with Otto Wallin due to a shoulder injury.
He said: “We need to put some respect on my name. Listen, I’ll fight anyone; I don’t care. I’m always willing to go and ready to fight, but my injury, I tried to make the fight,” he said.
“I begged my team to put some morphine in my shoulder to numb it for three or four rounds and go in there and give it hell.
“But they said, ‘Don’t be stupid, this isn’t your last fight. It’s not like your 40 and have one fight left in your career.
“So, they’re the brains, and I’m the muscleman, and I have to listen to what they say because they’ve guided me well and taken no wrong steps in my career.
“Let’s be honest. Who do you want to see me fight? Otto Wallin or Tyson Fury. Let’s go, baby.”
Whyte continued his diatribe against Fury as he once again challenged Fury to step in to the ring with him to settle their score in an old-fashioned way.
He told iFL TV: “No man born from his mother’s v—– can beat him, well I’m a C-Section baby!
“I am not that convinced this will happen, you don’t know really what is going to happen with Fury.
“He says he is a fighting man and I believe he is a fighting man so I hope that he takes the fight and it is mandated by the WBC.
“The fight makes sense and I think this time he will fight, but I don’t know why these guys are even in the running, it should just be me and him.
“I have earned the fight and continuously worked hard, fighting more top ten contenders than most other champions.
“You can never bank on anything with him because he might just decide he’s had enough.
“I don’t care who promotes the fight, I just want the fight and the belt is good but I am here to fight. I have the opportunity to fight the greatest of all time as everyone is saying at the moment.”