UFC president Dana White is not a big fan of the extravagant ring walk costume that Deontay Wilder wore for last month's rematch with Tyson Fury.

On February 22nd at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Fury stopped Wilder in the seventh round to capture the WBC heavyweight title.

Their first contest ended in a controversial twelve round split draw in December 2018 at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

In the aftermath, Wilder said his ring walk costume played a role in the outcome. He says the outfit weighed over 40-pounds and weakened his legs to the point where he was completely winded by the third round, which is when Fury dropped him for the first time.

White was impressed with Fury's performances but also explained that the UFC does not get involved in Wilder's type of theatrics to avoid the possibility of some type of pre-fight injury occurring before the first bell actually rings.

“I think there’s a lot to it. Fury looked awesome,” White told TMZ.

“Fury fought a perfect fight. But, if you think about boxing and fights when fighters are getting ready, they’re in the back. They’re relaxing. Some guys sleep. Some guys just lay around and chill. Then you get up, you time it out, do your warm-up. Then you throw something on to stay warm. You don’t put all this gear on and all this stuff. That’s why I don’t do any of that bullshit in the UFC. I don’t like it. I don’t like any of that.”

“The reason he lost is ’cause Fury is a bad-ass boxer, and he fought the perfect fight that night and executed his game plan.”