"I'd prefer to fight War Machine," Hawn told MMAjunkie.com. "I've read a lot of posts and comments, and a lot of people want to see me and War Machine fight. I think that'd be a great draw for Bellator."
Hawn doesn't seem to have anything personal against War Machine. It's just that he sees it as a fight that would help build his name.
"War Machine and I are very opposite," Hawn said. "He lets his emotions out, and I'm more reserved. I'm more calculating. I don't let emotions get in the way of things. As a competitor, you experiment with what works and what doesn't, and for me, being emotional is just draining.
"I don't need to fluff anything up or come out with anything for what I lack," Hawn added. "To me, that's why a lot of people do those things. That's just not me. I just go out there and get the job done. No bells or whistles. Just win. That's the most important thing."
In the meantime, Hawn is set to fight Brent Weedman at Bellator 104.
"I've been envisioning a finish," Hawn said. "I hit him really hard the first time we fought, and it didn't even affect him, so I have to hit him twice as hard this time.
"I'm looking to finish right away and end it. That'd be the best way to go. If it doesn't go that way, I'll just keep chopping him down."
War Machine will also be looking to advance to the Season 9 welterweight tournament finals with a victory over Ron Keslar.