That is the view of Dave Coldwell, ex-coach of former world cruiserweight champion, Tony Bellew.
Wilder and Fury fought out one of the fights of the year in Los Angeles, ending in a controversial draw.
Fury fumed at the result which denied him victory in his first fight in over two years.
The British boxer was knocked down twice but was the more convincing fighter over the whole contest.
The fight was billed a precursor for the winner eventually fighting Anthony Joshua in 2019.
Joshua has earmarked a date in April next year for a fight and it could be against either Wilder or Fury.
And Coldwell feels Joshua would have seen a classy display from Fury.
When asked if Joshua could take positives from how Fury’s fought against Wilder, Coldwell told Express Sport: “Styles make fights and Tyson Fury boxes in a different manner to Joshua.
“But that fight only highlighted how technically deficient Wilder is.
“He’s got phenomenal power [but] technically he is not the greatest. But we’ve always known that.
“And Fury’s style is a nightmare for anybody who hasn’t got great feet. And anybody who doesn’t have great ring generalship.
“So the way the fight panned out was pretty much what we expected.”
Speaking after receiving his OBE last week, Joshua said he wants to fight Wilder at Wembley Stadium.
“The reason why I’ve booked Wembley is to face Wilder, so if it’s not Wilder then I don’t know who can kind of fill that void,” Joshua said.
“I hope to be back there but it’s a fan sport.
“If the fans want me to fight someone and they’re interested they will come out, if they’re not interested then I’m going to end up struggling to fill Wembley.”