Former WWE Superstar Batista did an interview with MMAjunkie.com following his MMA debut fight with Vince Lucero on Saturday night. Here are some highlights:

On training with UFC fighter Stephan Bonnar: "I don't know if [working with me] energized him, but the day he got the call for Anderson Silva, he came to practice the next day, and he beat the living hell out of me. And I think it's because he put his game face on. It was a different Stephan Bonnar."

On what he thought of his overall performance: "I think Stephan Bonnar is going to be a little disappointed. He called me, and the two things he said was, 'Keep your hands up and your chin down.' And I did neither of those things. I think I was so nervous. ... I was terrified walking out there."

On Lucero taking the fight on short notice: "You've got to respect a guy for that," Lucero said. "I had nothing to lose, and he had everything to lose, putting his name out there. How can you not respect that?"

On his MMA career so far: "My head coach, Josh Rafferty, said, 'We're all so proud of you, you went through a two-month camp, you never bitched, you never complained, you showed up for every practice, you never asked for a practice off, you never asked for a round off, and you gave everything you have.' And that meant more to me than getting my hand raised tonight."

On what he hopes to get out of his MMA career: "Nothing. I do it because I love it. I have no ulterior motives. I think it's obvious after tonight that I won't be a world champion."