"F***," White said when asked which word he uses most often. "I use f*** more than any other word on earth. Probably more than 'and'."
White went on to answer a wide range of uncomfortable questions, including what his idea of happiness is.
"Happiness to me is, a lot of people equate happiness to money and success; I have kids, so this is goofy for people who don't have kids - it's about the relationship you have with your kids," White said. "And it's about doing what you love to do. Waking up every day and doing what you love to do and amazing relationship with your kids.
"People ask me about my legacy. When I'm (bleeping) dead and laying in that box and I want my kids to stand there and say, 'He was a great day.' Those are the things that matter."
White also says he doesn't care at all about his physical appearance. While most CEOs of major sports organizations wear fancy suits, White is known for his jeans and t-shirt approach.
"I couldn't give a (blank) about my appearance," White said. "Swear to God I don't care. I have enough money that if I wanted to I could be dressed in the nicest (bleeping) clothes and look like something out of GQ. I wear t-shirts, jeans and don't give a (blank)."
White also described what his biggest fear is.
"It's the exact opposite. You end up (bleeping) your kids up and you end up thinking you did a lot of things wrong and you end up on drugs. That's my biggest fear," White said.
Props to White for tooting to his own horn and not caring about what other people think of him. It's hard to argue with his approach, as he turned a near-bankrupt UFC into a lucrative business.