"That may be a fight that makes sense. He's (Evans) still a top five guy, definitely one of the best guys in the world, we'll see what happens. If that fight gets made, that's still pretty cool. I'd like that," Davis said.
Davis (9-0) was actually scheduled to fight Evans before, at UFC 133 but a knee injury forced him off that fight. Now recovered, Davis looks for that matchup once more.
"I personally don't know or care, cause the great thing about me is you can give me somebody in the top five, or the top ten, or you can give me somebody not in the top ten, and I'm still confident that I'm going to win regardless. If you want to pay me not to fight someone not in the top ten, cool. Let me know what's next," Davis said.
Davis last squared off against Antonio Rogério Nogueira, defeating "Little Nog" via unanimous decision at UFC Fight Night: Nogueira vs. Davis.
Evans is currently unscheduled for any future fights. A bout with Jon Jones for the UFC light heavyweight title was scrapped when Evans pulled out of the fight due to a lingering hand injury. Jones is now fighting Lyoto Machida at UFC 140.
The Davis vs. Evans matchup would help thin out the crowded 205lb division, that now includes Dan Henderson who recently made a successfully UFC return by notching unanimous decision over Mauricio Rua at UFC 139.
Whether or not Davis gets his desired matchup with Evans remains to be seen.