The world heavyweight champion is set to face WBO mandatory Oleksandr Usyk at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in a week's time on September 25.
It was a bout only arranged after plans to face Fury in August collapsed when a United States arbitrator ordered Fury to take on Deontay Wilder again.
"Me and Fury is streets, two warriors, two fighters who have come from the amateur system in the UK, and have taken the world by storm. We'll get it on in Britain.
"Don't worry about age, boxing politics, don't worry about the American dollar. This is a British UK fight which can happen at Wembley, Tottenham, the O2, York Hall.
"I look at it less as a mega-fight for the world and more from the point of view that we are guys who first met in Finchley ABC. It is a grassroots fight."