Chuck Norris is a famous martial artist. He garnered millions of fans worldwide as a symbol of strength.
He founded Chun Kuk Do, an American hybrid martial arts form based on Tang Soo Do/Moo Duk Kwan Taekwondo, and holds black belts in Tang Soo Do, Brazilian jiu jitsu, and judo.
He is a father of five and a Hollywood legend. Gena O’Kelley, a former model, is his wife of 22 years. Norris always reminds Gena and us how much he loves her, which we love.
Chuck also struggles with his wife’s condition.
Gena had an injection before her 2013 MRI scan, according to the pair. She started trembling and burning all over at that time. Doctors couldn’t figure out what caused her terrible burning feeling.
The major problem was that doctors couldn’t diagnose her and didn’t know what caused her worsening symptoms.
“Within hours of the initial jab, I felt like my whole body was on fire—like acid had passed through it. I slept in bed on an IV for five months with 24-hour nursing care as the burning spread. Chuck never left the couch. “I prayed to survive to raise my children,” she said.
Actor supporters sent messages.
Nobody knows how long you have with your loved ones. Chuck Norris, do it. Make lasting memories with your partner. “God bless you,” one wrote.
I pray for you, your wife, and your family. Hope nothing interferes. Good luck. Never quit. God, please heal her. Your wife is lucky to have a moral man. “Good luck and take care,” another said.
I’ll pray for you and your lovely wife, Chuck. I wish you and her well! “Realizing you are the good man you seem to be is amazing,” a third individual said.
Chuck is healthy. After collapsing at a gambling hotel in 2017, he reportedly had two heart attacks.
Gena watched in terror as physicians hurriedly restarted Chuck’s heart with a defibrillator during the attack, causing his heart and breathing to cease for many seconds until he was stabilised.
“This would have easily killed most guys half his age, but Chuck is still at the top of physical fitness,” the source told Radar.
Chuck and Gena should win the health battle.
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