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At the end of Wednesday's The Ultimate Fighter episode, Brock Lesnar team member Len Bentley stormed out of the locker room as Lesnar derided the group for what he perceived as not caring about training, fighting or winning. Bentley didn't want to hear what Lesnar had to say and in scenes from next week's episode, he rants a bit more on the former UFC Heavyweight Champion.
Not wasting any time, Bentley had some choice words about Lesnar in his weekly post-TUF blog for MMA Diehards after the show had aired.
From the post:
"It was extremely quiet while Brock was lecturing us. Brock went off on Clay because he thought Clay wasn’t listening to him while he was asking the other coach a question about the fight. Then Brock started ranting that we are all walking around here all high and mighty or something to that effect. That’s when he rattled off the cities we are from.
When he got to Seattle, I was pissed. This a-hole is saying I’m chicken sh*t and I am walking around all high and mighty when this turd didn’t even show up for my fight and hadn’t even taken the time to watch it when he got back."
Bentley also addressed why he wasn't excited to see Matt Hughes stop by to work with Team Lesnar:
"While the other guys might have been excited about the special guest Brock brought in — none other than Matt Hughes — all I could do was shake my head and laugh. Hughes is probably the one cause guy i really didn’t want to see.
My training partner, Dennis Hallman, is the only man to beat Hughes twice and never suffered a loss to him. Because Hughes talked some trash about Dennis in his book, I’m really not a fan. You did not see much of me during that segment."
Bentley will appear on MMA Diehards Radio Thursday to talk more about the experience.