Jersey Shore’s Ronnie Magro is rapidly building up a reputation for fighting to rival that of even Iron Mike Tyson.
In fact, RadarOnline.com has learned that Ronnie’s penchant for punching is getting so strong that friends of the reality TV star are worrying that he is out of control. In addition, a source close to the Jersey Shore star tells RadarOnline.com that Ronnie is actually proud of his fighting, boasting that it shows how “macho and tough” he is.
Ronnie has already landed himself in hot water after getting slapped with a lawsuit following a brawl in the first season of the hit MTV show – and now, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that Ronnie let his temper get the better of him again recently, culminating in him kicking a guy in the head during a vicious fight at Miami nightclub, Dream, last Friday night.
“Unbelievably, Ronnie is really proud of his fighting,” the source tells RadarOnline.com “He basically fights with people because he is drunk and ‘in the moment.’”
The source tells RadarOnline.com that Ronnie isn’t actually looking for fights but that wherever he goes they seem to find him, and he is never able to simply walk away.
“Because Ronnie was known as ‘the fighter’ last season, people are provoking him more than ever now. Guys will actively start trouble with him, pushing into him and calling him names and he just blows a fuse and the next thing you know he’s punching out and kicking.
“When someone says something that bruises his ego he straight away wants to beat them down.”
And Ronnie is not the only Jersey Shore cast member with a short fuse and a quick temper.
Snooki has been involved in three bar fights in the last few weeks alone and last Friday when Ronnie was fighting, there were two additional Jersey Shore fights at the same club – one involving Sammi Sweetheart, who allegedly punched a girl in the face who she thought was flirting with Ronnie, and one involving J-WOWW’s boyfriend Tom, which culminated in the cast getting 86’d from the hot spot.
Sammi’s altercation added yet another lawsuit to the growing list of complaints filed by clubgoers against cast members, MTV and the production company.
Come on now guys and girls – can’t we just be lovers and not fighters?