Urijah Faber’s “Not Asking” For The Dillashaw Fight: “I just love to fight”

Urijah Faber was recently doing a Q&A with Metro PCS and stated he would accept a fight with T.J. Dillashaw.

It didn’t take long for the media to grab ahold of these remarks, and make them go viral.

The UFC hall-of-famer then hit Monday’s The MMA Hour to clarify what he meant.

“I was in a Metro PCS Q&A and someone was asking me, ‘What would it take to bring you out of retirement?’ I said, ‘The biggest dollars,’ and a girl said, ‘If T.J. calls you out after this fight, would that bring you out of retirement?’ And I just said, ‘That sounds like fun,’” Urijah Faber told Ariel Helwani in an interview earlier.

“The California Kid” isn’t sure if the fans want to see him fight T.J. Dillashaw, and while he’s not opposed to it Faber believes that Cody Garbrandt is the one to carry the torch as UFC bantamweight champion.

“It’s unbeknownst to me if anyone’s asking for that, calling for that, or offering that. I haven’t heard it. I would have to consider that if they came and talked to me. There’s one thing I know for sure is, I’m not afraid of a good fight and I enjoy it and I like making money. But I would hate for that to be the focus rather than Cody getting back in there and getting his shot to redeem himself, because he’s been the guy who’s been there on the front lines. He’s been the guy who’s been putting in the time to be the world champion right now, and I’ve retired.”

Now Faber is hitting TMZ, to further clarify those comments.

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