"I heard if he loses, he gets cut. (Loses he gets cut; wins he has a third fight; if he wins that, he's a free agent.) It's a scumbag boxing deal," White said. "What do they think? If Eddie Alvarez loses, he's gonna come sign a deal with the UFC? No. We really don't take their rejects. If Eddie loses, why would we bring him to the UFC? They put him in a real (expletive) situation. But that's what that guy (Bjorn Rebney) is, he's a piece of (expletive).
"He had an opportunity to go out and find out what he was worth. And he did, yet he didn't get paid. Yet he didn't get what he was worth."
White is upset that the real loser in the situation is Alvarez, as he's not going to end up with the kind of money he's worth.
"The UFC is gonna roll on with or without Eddie Alvarez, but Eddie Alvarez worked his whole career to get to this spot where there was at least a couple players that were interested in him," White said. "Then he went out and found out what he was worth, and those guys screwed him."
Alvarez is now back in the Bellator MMA fold and will face lightweight champion Michael Chandler as part of the upcoming Nov. 2 pay-per-view featuring former UFC stars Quinton "Rampage" Jackson against Tito Ortiz in the main event.
If Alvarez loses, rumor has it that Bellator will cut him and the UFC wouldn't be interested in signing him.