Back in March, UFC president Dana White expressed his intention to sign heavyweight world titleholder Anthony Joshua and have him leave his longtime promoters \u2014 Eddie Hearn and join him under Zuffa Boxing umbrella, presumably. White was quizzed about the rumors during UFC Fight Night 130\u2019s post-fight press conference, where he denied the claims that he offered heavyweight boxing champion (21-0) a deal worth $500 million. (via BloodyElbow) \u201cI never made him an offer ever,\u201d White said to reporters. We were supposed to meet. We never met, we never talked money, we never did anything.\u201d \u201cThat isn\u2019t even the kind of deal I was looking to structure,\u201d White said. \u201cBecause when we talked, had told me that he was going to stay with Eddie Hearn. He was never going to get rid of Eddie Hearn, and that was never the plan. It was never like I was trying to move in and steal him from Hearn. \u201cThe deal was that I felt we could add a lot of value to them in the United States,\u201d He added. \u201cSo we could cut some kind of a deal in the US. He\u2019s big in England, everyone knows who he is in England. And I have the machine to make him big in the United States. That was the plan.\u201d \u201cListen, I\u2019ve worked with , there\u2019s a lot of guys I\u2019d love to work with in the boxing business. Bob Arum isn\u2019t one of them, but there\u2019s a lot of other guys out there that I would.\u201d As per White, the offer he had in mind for Joshua was one which would see him promote the heavyweight champion in the USA. Joshua (21-0) last competed in a major unification bout, where he captured the WBO title and retained the WBA, IBF, and IBO belts via unanimous decision win over New Zealand\u2019s Joseph Parker.