Hunt has been at loggerheads with White ever since Brock Lesnar was allowed to bypass usual doping procedures prior to their fight at UFC 200 in 2016.
Hunt was beaten on the night with Lesnar subsequently testing positive, leading Hunt to file a lawsuit which was ultimately dismissed.
Mark Hunt is not impressed by the UFC’s plans to host fights on a private island
White has received both praise and criticism for the way he has responded to the coronavirus crisis, the 50-year-old doing everything in his power to get fights back underway as quickly as possible.
Three UFC events will take place in the space of eight days next month, beginning with UFC 249 on May 9, while White has claimed that future fights could even take place on a private island, which is said to be ‘up and running by June’.
And Hunt believes this is just another example of promotional malpractice.
‘All (fans are) doing is paying for them to get richer and richer, and all these fighters are getting screwed,’ Hunt told MMA Fighting.
White has done everything he can to get fights back underway as soon as possible
‘So I don’t support them at all. I don’t care what they’re doing. … Promoting some fights on an island, who gives a f***? They allow these cheaters to get by, and it’s just business.
‘Look why they’re there,’ he said. ‘They let juiced-up cheaters fight against guys who don’t cheat, and they don’t give a s*** if they die or not.
‘Look how they treat the fighters. You think the UFC actually cares about the fighters or the people who watch?
‘Look what they did with Jon Jones. They moved his show in one week from Las Vegas to California. They took all the fans that paid to go there to go f*** themselves on Christmas. And all the fighters who fought on the card lost 10 per cent of their purse?
‘You think the UFC cares about people? They don’t give a s***. People need to actually see what they’re really doing.’
White is planning to stage future UFC fights on a private island ‘starting from June’