Frankie Edgar said he was doing the "company" thing when he agreed to step in and face Jose Aldo for the UFC featherweight title at UFC 153: Aldo vs. Edgar in October. Now, with news of Aldo's exit from the bout, another "company" man is making it known he would be willing to face "The Answer."
Urijah Faber, who was last seen falling to Renan Barao in a bout for the interim UFC bantamweight title, wrote on Twitter that he would accept a fight with Edgar back at featherweight.
"Bulking up for the (Edgar) fight in case (Dana White, UFC) come a knocking," Faber posted.
Faber is a former WEC featherweight champion. He dropped the title to Aldo back in 2010.
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