"I'm glad I think I dodged a bullet with the relationship, so I just hope it works out for her," Womack told ABC's KTRK-TV affiliate in Houston, TX in a recent interview.
The former fifteenth-seasonThe Bachelor star said he has no plans to watch Maynard's current edition of The Bachelorette, which premiered Monday night.
"No, I have no interest," said the 38-year-old bar owner from Austin, TX.
"All I'll say is, she is a hell of a woman. I hope it works out. I'm happy; I hope she's happy. So maybe we can do an interview after the finale and you can tell me what happens."
While Maynard decided to give finding love on television another shot, Womack is seemingly trying to move on from his reality dating experience and just put the past behind him.
"Some people love the show; Some people hate the show. So I just want people to know, 'Hey I'm not just this cheesy reality guy that hands out roses...' I swear I don't have one piece of Bachelor memorabilia. It's just one of those things that came and went," Womack explained, adding however, that he has no regrets about starring on The Bachelor twice.
"No absolutely not. No, no not at all."
Although Maynard might've found the suitor of her dreams givenThe Bachelorette just recently wrapped filming, Womack admitted he's still looking.
"Yes, I'm single. I don't have time to date, you know? It's not for lack of trying. This is a true story, and it's almost sad, [but] I've only been on one date in a year. One date. Is that pathetic?" Womack said.
Womack selected and proposed to Maynard over fellow bachelorette Chantal O'Brien during ABC's March 2011 broadcast of the show's season finale, but the couple began encountering relationship problems shortly thereafter and Maynard officially confirmed they had split early last summer.