Season 13 of The Ultimate Fighter debuts tonight on Spike TV. Leading up to the show, Brock Lesnar has been on a media tour and doing his best to promote the upcoming season. In a very honest statement, Lesnar admits that a few of the fighters were “not so great,” but he believes the best came out on top.
“There was great talent and not so great talent,” said Lesnar. “It becomes very evident in the show. The cream rises to the top, and the guys that are supposed to win, win. It was pretty well etched in stone.
“It really is a short period of time that you’ve got these guys. You’ve really got to manage your time well with them. Five-and-a-half weeks is a short period of time, and there’s a lot of fighting going on in that period. If these guys bring bad habits to the table or they lack experience in one area, you’ve got to be pretty creative to figure that out really fast.”
Lesnar was asked if he would be open to going through the experience again an he responded, “I don’t know if I would or not. Looking back from the beginning of the show I was hesitant just because I didn’t want to get out of my comfort zone too much, but we had a great group of guys. It was a good opportunity for me to learn as well. I probably wouldn’t do it again, no, but I did enjoy it.”