Hasbulla is on Fight Island to attend this weekend's UFC 267 to support Islam Makhachev, who faces Dan Hooker in a crunch lightweight bout on the main-card.
He's set for a big meeting with the UFC president and has warned Hooker ahead of his bout against Makhachev.
But could the 18-year-old make the transition to the famed Octagon following his incredible rise on Twitter and Instagram?
Well, White isn't sure if he'll book Hasbulla in a UFC fight - but said they'll definitely do something with him.
Asked if Hasbulla will fight in the UFC, White replied: "I don't know if he'll fight in the UFC, but he's definitely gonna do something with us."
"We'll definitely do something with him."- UFC on BT Sport (@btsportufc) October 28, 2021
Dana White pours cold water on the idea of Hasbulla fighting in the UFC. pic.twitter.com/WsKXCz4jBE
Hasbulla has already made an impact on UFC 267 as he called out Hooker after the New Zealand fighter pledged his support for Adbu Rozik.
'The Hangman' said: "Who's the other bloke? Who's the guy on my team? Abdu! Abdu's on my team," he joked with reporters.
"I've got a horse in the race now. I'm training my boy Abdu, no word of a lie.
"Abdu's on my team and Hasbulla can be on his (Makhachev's) team. He's picked his horse, he's picked the losing horse. Game on baby."
To which 'Mini Khabib' replied: "Dan Hooker, listen to me my brother. Smash you, be careful."
His Instagram video was accompanied by a caption aimed at Hooker and Rozik.
"My brother [Islam Makhachev] will smash you and I will smash your boy, [Abdu Rozik]," reads the message.
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