This excerpt is from an LA Times article.LA Times Article
"Perhaps the most interesting exchange took place after the show at the press conference. When a reporter asked about a prospective match with Evans vs. Keith Jardine, who made a name for himself by knocking out Forrest Griffin on Dec. 30 in Las Vegas, UFC President Dana White said that sounded like a great idea. Evans shot back that he trains regularly with Jardine in Albuquerque, and he would never fight him. White said that if he made the match, he'd fight him. Evans shot back that he would not, and the awkward exchange ended at that point."
Rashad said earlier in an article on UFC site hereUFC article
“I’ll never fight Keith again. I cannot fight him, I couldn‘t go through with that no matter the prize or money. We fight in practice every day and that’s the closest we will ever get to fighting again. We’re too close now, he’s my brother....
I asked a hypothetical question: what if the UFC matchmakers put the pair forward in a final eliminator, the winner gets a shot at the title?
“I’d have to pass,” Evans said. “If it came to that I’d go to heavyweight and try and win the title there. It would be great, just great, to be champion, but I won’t fight my brother.”
How do you think this will end up?