Rousey has a stellar track record of finishing all of her opponents with this fierce move in the first round (a move that she "gently" pulled on Turtle in "Entourage.") "It was fun kind of showing Turtle that side of my life, where he would always see me outside of it.
It's very different who I am outside in the world as opposed to in the gym," Rousey told Latin Post in an exclusive interview in Los Angeles.
With the exception of a hopeful feature film (fingers crossed), it's all over for the boys from Queens.
Movie or not, it's not like we're being left empty-handed.
He gets excited and follows after her, hoping she will remember him from the one time they met.
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Rousey often gets hit on by guys with a financial agenda who are trying to make money off of her, or guys "who are big meathead athletes." She's fed up with that approach and type.
On the other hand, Turtle seems like a good-looking, successful, normal guy who wants to hang with her, but then she gets the impression that he's really is just trying to make money off of her as well.
"It was fun bringing him over there and showing him a few moves." In "Entourage," Rousey and Turtle have a somewhat volatile reunion following a misunderstanding, and an even more explosive meeting when she invites him to her place.(OK, maybe not quite , Jerry also discusses a roadside emergency app from Allstate called Good Hands Rescue that he's supporting.(Hey, makes sense for a dude who's best known for driving a posse all around Hollywood.) On the busiest travel day of the year—November 23, the day before Thanksgiving—Allstate is offering roadside rescues for emergencies like flat tires, dead batteries, lockouts, and running out of gas.This bruises her ego, which she says isn't good for Turtle -- hence the octagon scene where Turtle has to take a beating in order to take her out to dinner. "I knew that we were on to something when everyone was dying laughing while we were shooting.The film starts with Johnny "Drama" Chase (Kevin Dillon), Eric "E" Murphy (Kevin Connolly), and Sal "Turtle" Assante (Jerry Ferrara) riding a motorboat to a yacht party for their buddy Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier)., we've felt like best friends with Brooklyn native Jerry Ferrara.