Dana White Tells Which Fighters Were Easiest & Hardest To Negotiate With

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UFC President Dana White has been at the head of the promotion for over two decades now and a plethora of fighters have come and gone during his reign.

White recently took part in a Reddit AMA and a fan asked the UFC President which fighters were the easiest and hardest to negotiate with, which led to White giving the following response (via Tim Burke of Bloody Elbow):

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Question - “Hardest fighter to negotiate with? And also who is the easiest?”

Dana: “Mark Hunt and Forrest Griffin. You can guess which is which”

Griffin is still employed by the UFC and is a UFC Hall Of Fame member, while also being considered one of the tougher fighters in the promotion’s history. Hunt, on the other hand, left the UFC under bad terms and has been involved in multiple legal battles against the promotion.

Hunt also recently hinted at filing a new lawsuit against the UFC, saying that the Ali Act, which the UFC has campaigned against, could be a part of that legal filing.

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