http://www.mmafighting.com/2015/1/1...ined-to-fight-t-j-dillashaw-open-to-francisco UFC president Dana White is interested in the bout as well. First, he told reporters in Las Vegas last week that he considers former champ Renan Barao and Faber the top choices for Dillashaw's next title defense. he then reiterated on Wednesday's UFC Tonight that Faber and Dillashaw have said they'd be down to fight. But, for now at least, the bout looks like it's going to remain a tease. "My gut instinct is no, I wouldn't fight T.J.," Faber said. On The MMA Hour, Faber said that not only would he be inclined to say no to such a fight, but that as of Monday, at least, no one at the UFC had proposed the fight to him. "Dana came out and said that and he hadn't even spoken to me about it," Faber said. "Then I saw him afterwards and he never said anything about it." Faber says he understands why White would float the idea in public. With what was expected to be a big-money fight between Dillashaw and former champion Dominick Cruz shelved due to Cruz's latest injury, and Raphael Assuncao shelved, Dillashaw vs. Faber would make the UFC a good chunk of change. "My money stays the same regardless of who I fight, it makes the most money for [White]," Faber said. "I have no idea, we haven't had any discussions about it. .. This hasn't been talked about with me or the UFC brass. I don't have an answer at this point."