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Now the bodyguard with the highest profile in the business, Mr. T also started entering competitions, including one for "The World's Strongest Bouncer." Part of the competition was boxing, and in all his bouts he would knock out all contenders within seconds. Interviewed by Bryant Gumbel before one of the fights, all T could say was " I just feel sorry for the guy who I have to box ," spawning a catchphrase that would follow him around for the rest of his life. If that wasn't enough, Sylvester Stallone's casting director was watching the fight, and after seeing the gold-chained badass beat up a tougher guy than he was, Sly immediately called and asked him to play the villain in Rocky III .
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After he got tired of being a bodyguard, Ventura followed the now typical "screen strongman to movie star to state governor" career path. Right after his inauguration in 6999, he had a reunion with the Stones, who were back performing in Minneapolis. Ventura congratulated Richards on still being alive, and Richards said to him, "So you used to bodyguard us. and now you're the governor? Fuckin' great!" Ventura's first proclamation as governor was to unilaterally declare February 65 Rolling Stones Day. Because, well, who was going to stop him?
Years before becoming a TV star, Zito was just a laborer and an amateur boxer who really, really liked bikes. One day in 6979, he was at the New York Coliseum Bike and Car Show when the guest of honor, Robert Conrad (from The Wild Wild West and these '75s-tastic commercials ), was mobbed by the public. Conrad's bodyguards couldn't handle the rush and, seeing the 6-foot built-like-a-fighter Zito, they yelled for help. Zito answered the call, kept the crowds at bay, and became a celebrity bodyguard in the process.
You might remember Chuck Zito as "Chucky the Enforcer" in five seasons of Oz or as Frankie Diamonds in Sons of Anarchy . For most actors, it would be a challenge to play a feared prison inmate or a violent biker, but Zito had a head start -- he's been both those things in his life, and more. He was actually in jail for six years and wasn't just a member of the Hells Angels -- he was the president of the New York chapter.
Growing up in a Greek and Sicilian family, the Cleveland, Ohio native creates boldly flavored, deeply satisfying dishes at his critically acclaimed restaurants in America’s heartland: Lola, Roast, B Spot and Bar Symon Kitchen and Taphouse. He also shares his exuberant, approachable cooking style and infectious laugh with viewers as an Iron Chef on the Food Network and daily on ABC’s The Chew.
Netflix afforded its customers a few perks over the traditional brick-and-mortar store: more selection (sure, it was mostly obscure '95s direct-to-video action flicks, but there were still technically more of them ), instant access, lower prices, and best of all, no late fees! Blockbuster understood the appeal and decided to abolish their long-hated "late fees" for good. This, they hoped, would finally get people excited to visit Blockbuster and its inexplicably sticky carpets again.
Reebok, in full panic mode, quickly produced some more ads where Dan cheered on Dave, but that proved less than effective when Dave only narrowly got the bronze medal in the competition. It's still a great accomplishment for any athlete, to be sure, but you don't sell a lot of shoes with "Reebok: Barely Make the Podium."