Personally, I see AJ as damaged goods, at least his mental state with those back to back losses to Usyk still fresh in his mind. He lost to fat Andy Ruiz in horrible fashion in their first fight and then to the smaller man coming up from Cruiserweight in Usyk.
That's got to sting his ego and put some doubt in his mind, especially when you consider Wilder is such a powerful puncher who can end a fight with one well placed right hand and Fury is an even more complete fighter with good boxing ability, an awkward style and a huge man in his own right.
Then consider Hearns pulling the strings and I don't see either of these fights coming off.
Hell, Fury put out an offer for a title fight that was more than fair considering AJ was coming off back to back losses and from what I saw, Hearn sabotaged it with his demands and stalling tactics. Hearn doesn't want his cash cow to suffer another devastating loss any time soon.