During the 1970s and '80s, Bolo starred in numerous kung fu films, but his breakout film was Bloodsport , based on the supposedly true story of Frank Dux . Shot on a $US Million budget, it became a US box-office hit in the spring of 1988. Jean-Claude Van Damme had the leading role as Frank Dux, while Bolo Yeung played the role of Chong Li. A strong friendship formed between the two actors on the set of Bloodsport ; and Van Damme wanted no one but Bolo to play opposite him in his film ( Double Impact ) set in the Orient.
The MRI was done. There's still a lot of edema. According to the ID Dr there's millimeter changes in the abscesses but they're not sure how much of it is actually the steroids or the antibiotics. They need to wean him off the steroids slower than they wanted because they know he'll start getting headaches, plus he's been experiencing dizziness. The weaning process is messing with his bp as well...(it was below 100 this morning when I came in.)The steroids is keeping the swell ... ing from getting worse...but they need to let the antibiotics work...to me it seems like damned if you do and damned if you don't. So this is gonna take time.
Bolo’s use of steroids was quite obvious for several reasons. First of all, like most males of Asian origin , he is a naturally lean person, who according to many reports could follow very high calorie diets without gaining fat or overall weight. Secondly, his experience in the bodybuilding world, coupled with his rapid muscle gains seen in movies, makes one think about his use of steroids. Besides, in spite of his lean nature, he had a very puffy muscle mass, which is not common among Chinese men. Finally, Bolo’s exponential decrease in size closer to the retirement speaks out loud for his use of performance enhancing drugs.