This woman's pit bull, Boomer, sure loves to go outside and take walks, but he doesn't seem too keen on taking baths. In this video, she calls him in by asking him if he wants to go outside and, when he arrives, she sees how he would feel about taking a bath instead. It seems quite evident how he feels about each.
Every dog is going to react differently to having to take a bath and different types of dogs have different bathing guidelines. The Nest
provides information about bathing pit bulls and some things you should keep in mind. Fortunately, they do not need to be bathed as often os other breeds because they "have short fur with relatively average shedding, and they're protected by natural oils that accumulate over time to coat and protect their fur and skin." The Nest says you don't need to bathe pit bulls more than once a month and could they can even go up to six months without a bath.
Some dogs might like the water and they can be bathed more often, but, in this pit bull's case, I think he'd prefer to wait as long as he can before jumping back in the tub.