Seth Baczynski will be returning to the TUF house for the UFC Ultimate Fighter: Redemption, the fighter was also a part of the UFC Ultimate Fighter 11.
One thing that the UFC fighter knows this time around is that the sleeping quarters are much better than his first time in the house.
“Coming in late, I was stuck in a room with every guy on there other team,” Baczynski told MMA Junkie. “(I was) sleeping right next to guys I was going to be competing against, and getting the worst bed in the house. It was a much better settling-in process for me. Being able to pick a room and get in and get squared away as fast as possible.”
After his appearance on TUF 11, the fighter competed a total of eleven times in the UFC, but only amassed a record of 5-6-0 in the promotion.
A second opportunity in the TUF house will allow Baczysnki to work on some of the holes in his MMA skill set.
“MMA, for me, is like looking in the mirror and saying, ‘I really need to work on my takedown defense,’ or, ‘I really need to work on my standup,'” he said. “Because if you’re not honest with yourself and you don’t evolve, you’re just going to get your frickin’ ass kicked all the time.”
UFC Ultimate Fighter: Redemption premiers on Wednesday, April 19 on Fox Sports 1 with Cody Garbrandt and TJ Dillashaw serving as coaches.