Chuck Norris threw his 73-year-old legs into the competition for the most epic of epic splits.
An action star in his own right, Norris took Jean-Claude Van Damme's balancing act between two large moving trucks to new heights,
literally, albeit with some digital help.
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Norris, the star of "Walker, Texas Ranger" and "Delta Force" is shown performing a split between two passenger planes in midair, with a foot on each wing. If that wasn't enough, he's also balancing 11 military paratroopers, shaped like a human Christmas tree, on his cowboy hat.
Take that, Van Damme.
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The original spot was unveiled by Volvo in November, and quickly became an Internet sensation. A week later, actor Channing Tatum followed with a spoof
, in which the "Magic Mike" and "21 Jump Street" star prepares to demonstrate "the stability and precision of the food carts."
Using the same voice-over technique and Enya's "Only Time" as a soundtrack, Tatum doesn't get nearly as far, and ends up writhing in pain on the ground.
A Georgia politician also made a spoof. Mike Collins, a Republican candidate running in the 10th District, used the stunt as a backdrop to speak about the "disastrous" effects of ObamaCare.
Norris' take was created by the Hungarian animation company Delov Digital and titled "Greetings from Chuck (the epic Christmas split)."
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