Donald Trump awarded honorary ninth-degree taekwondo black belt — now outranks Chuck Norris
Donald Trump is now a taekwondo black belt holder despite never having actually practiced taekwondo. Martial artist: Kukkiwon, a taekwondo governing body based in South Korea, presented the former president with an honorary ninth dan black belt at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida over the weekend, reported the New York Post. Kukkiwon President Lee Dong-seop presented Trump with the honor, which is considered the highest level a professional martial artist can achieve.news.yahoo.com
Chuck Norris weighs in on U.S. Capitol riot after photo resembling actor goes viral
Chuck Norris is speaking out on last week's deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol after a photo of a man in D.C. resembling the actor began trending online. I recently learned there was a Chuck Norris lookalike at the DC Capitol riots. Your friend, Chuck Norris pic.twitter.com/LruKwViWRL — Chuck Norris (@chucknorris) January 12, 2021"Chuck remains on his range in Texas where he has been with his family," Norris' manager Erik Kritzer told The Associated Press earlier. "Chuck Norris has blue eyes, this guy has dark brown eyes." Chuck Norris has blue eyes, this guy has dark brown eyes.cbsnews.com
Chuck Norris manager says actor was not at U.S. Capitol riot
FILE - In this Dec. 2, 2010, file photo, actor Chuck Norris stands following a ceremony in Garland, Texas. Norris' manager says the Walker, Texas Ranger star was not present at last weeks deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez, File)NEW YORK – Chuck Norris' manager says the “Walker, Texas Ranger” star was not present at last week’s deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol. “This is not Chuck Norris," Norris manager Erik Kritzer told The Associated Press on Tuesday. He acknowledged that the man photographed looked somewhat like Norris but “Chuck is much more handsome.”“Walker, Texas Ranger,” in which Norris played karate-kicking lawman Cordell Walker, ran on CBS from 1993 to 2001.
Film producer, wealthy heir, political donor Steve Bing dies
LOS ANGELES Movie producer, film financier, real estate heir and major Democratic political donor Steve Bing has died. The Los Angeles County coroner said Bing died Monday at his residence in the Century City section of Los Angeles. In the 1980s, Steve Bing dropped out of his fathers alma mater, Stanford University, where the elder Bing had donated $50 million, for a career in Hollywood. He got early credits as a co-writer for the 1984 Chuck Norris Vietnam vet movie Missing in Action and its two sequels. Bing was an LA socialite who frequently dated famous women and was often seen on red carpets, at big-dollar benefits and courtside at Lakers games.