Brock Lesnar calls Junior dos Santos a roadblock on his path back to a title.
“The Ultimate Fighter 13” will kick off with just 14 welterweights, the elimination round has been eliminated. But the “wild card” selections still are in play.
“TUF 13” began production today in Las Vegas, and the shows debuts March 30 on Spike TV.
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Asked how (Dana) White talked him into accepting the post, (Brock) Lesnar grinned wryly and said, “Benjamins.”
“I have one thing in my mind for this whole thing, which is to help these kids and to improve their lives,” Lesnar said. “More importantly, it’s an opportunity for me to get down here and train and it’s an opportunity for me to get my title back sooner rather than later. When I beat (Junior) dos Santos, then I get a rematch with (Cain) Velasquez and I get my (expletive) belt back. That’s the way I’m looking at this.”
The Ultimate Fighter 13 debut coverage
Brock Lesnar made it clear to his TUF team he’s not here to babysit.
Junior dos Santos in his new office, the TUF Gym.
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