Arnold Schwarzenegger is one the biggest action stars all time, and he is also the one-liner king. The 70-year-old actor turned politician, turned actor again, recently entertained the nation with a Trump beef over The Apprentice ratings. Everyone was hype on the Biden versus Trump "fight", but Schwarzenegger versus Trump would be much more entertaining. Unfortunately, it looks like Mr. Schwarzenegger is dealing with some serious health issues.
As reported by TMZ, the legendary action star underwent emergency heart surgery in Los Angeles on Thursday (March 30). The surgery took place at Cedars-Sinai hospital, and Schwarzenegger reportedly needed a catheter valve replacement. The surgery is experimental, and Schwarzenegger developed complications during the procedure. Doctors were ready for the complications though, and rushed the actor into emergency open-heart surgery. Although the catheter valve replacement procedure failed, the open heart surgery was a success. He is currently in stable condition and recovering.
Many fans are worried about Schwarzenegger, who had an aortic valve replaced in 1997. Although that procedure was deemed unnecessary at the time, Schwarzenegger wanted to complete the surgery while he was still young. He also had surgery on his ribs after shattering them in a motorcycle accident in 2001.
Schwarzenegger isn't going away that easily. He'll be back.