Urijah Faber currently does not have a fight scheduled for this year, something “The California Kid” would like to change.
Alex Caceres is in the same boat, and the alum of The Ultimate Fighter decided to make it known that he would be down for a fight with Faber.
When asked on Twitter about a potential fight with the former WEC champion, “Bruce Leeroy” responded, “I would be honored.”
Faber decided to reply, not only stating “Sho Nuf!!” but having some fun with his response. Check out the picture he attached with his message:
— Urijah Faber (@UrijahFaber) May 13, 2014
Faber (30-7) is currently the No. 1 ranked fighter in the bantamweight division behind Renan Barao. He lost to the champion earlier this year, but has never said no to a fight before.
After defeating Ivan Menjivar last year following his first loss to Barao, Faber accepted a fight with Scott Jorgensen. He earned the submission win in the fourth round of their main event bout.
A few months later, he returned to action against Iuri Alcantara, claiming a decision victory. Faber closed out 2013 with a second round submission win over fellow top contender Michael McDonald.
Caceres (10-5) is ranked 13th in the division and is unbeaten in his last five, going 4-0 with one no-contest. The 25-year-old debuted inside the Octagon in 2011, losing his first two fights via submission to Mackens Semerzier and Jimy Hettes.
Since that time, though, Caceres has lost just one – via split decision to Edwin Figueroa – in seven fights.