The Situation vs. Walls: No Clear Winner | Jersey Shore

The Situation vs. Walls: No Clear Winner | Jersey Shore


– I heard about all the black eyes, and all the controversy
surrounding that particular situation with me and
Ronnie, and I just laughed. Because I know exactly what
happened in that fight, I actually knocked myself out before the fight even happened. And then I fought him
after that, so I mean, that just goes to show you that I’m not the weakest link in the chain. You know what I’m saying? I’m not afraid to go against anybody, I’m not afraid to stand-up for myself. And definitely it’s not even
like the count to three. Like one, two, three
stand-up for yourself. I stand-up for myself on the count of one. As soon as Ronnie started messing with my things, I was
like, wha’ are you serious? I immediately jumped up and
just, the switch went on. It was like fight or flight,
and it was time to fight. And pretty much, you
know, unbeknownst to me, the walls in Italy were concrete. And I pretty much knocked myself out, cause I had gotten to a fight previously, In America, three years
ago or so, in New Jersey, and I had ran my head
into a wall in New Jersey, but the walls were sheet rock. And I went through it. So, and the only reason
I did that was because, this guy was like, six foot two. He was a big dude, oh my god, I’m about to go through some pain, I might as well get it
over with now, quick. You know because I might
lose, but then again, I’m still going at it. So in Jersey I went through the wall, no problem, and the guy
was like, aw, taken back. And he hesitated, I ended
up, taking care of business, and sort of winning, you know what I mean? Fast forward to Italy now,
Ronnie at the same time I didn’t think he was
the toughest character in the book but I knew he was tough. So I was thinkin’, you know what, it worked the first time,
when I I did it in Jersey. I literally gave myself a neck sprain. And, also, which is even
funnier my head was so hard, the doctor said that I didn’t
even have a mark on my head. I went full-force into concrete wall. And there was not a scratch. They said all I did was get whiplash, from banging it so hard. And I was like, wow, I got a hard head. And then, after laying on the
ground, for let’s just say three to five seconds, I still heard Ronnie talking trash. And I popped-up and then we went at it. And I had recently just seen the fight for the first time, and I didn’t know if I
was going to be mad or not about it, but I seen it and I’m like, you know what, I have respect for him, and myself, because we went at it. Back and forth, like a see-saw,
you know what I’m saying? He was on me, I was on
him, he was on the bed, I was on top of him. So, at the end of the day, there really was no clear winner. But at the same time, as two
men we went at each other. And that’s all you can ask for in a fight.