Depends on how tall.
In general, it's easier for someone who weighs more.
It is banal due to the fact that when doing exercises (no matter what), he spends more energy - he has to work with a much higher initial weight of his own body.
Plus, an unnaturally high body weight will happily leave if such a person wants to get rid of it, since it is difficult for an organism to work with such volumes ( the heart and skeleton are under increased stress). And when a person's weight in relation to height is in a relative norm, getting rid of a few kg is already more difficult.
It is easier to always lose weight for a person with a lot of weight, because he has a higher metabolism, that is, the number of calories to burn at which the body remains at the same weight. Only because of the weight. The higher the weight, the higher the number of calories burned at rest, the more you can cut calories and lose weight. Drying people, for example, who need to lose 1-2 kg of fat are much more difficult than those who need to lose 5-10-15, etc. kg weight. The lower the weight and percentage of fat, the more reluctant the body says goodbye to it.