Most Fiery Bricks Broken In 20 Seconds Using Bare Hands

United States Kevin Taylor

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Warren, Michigan, United States / September 28, 2013

Kevin Taylor broke 150 fiery bricks in 20 seconds with his bare hands. He is the founder of World Speed Brick Breaking Association.

- must provide video evidence
- must break bricks one at a time
- bricks must be alight at the time they are broken
- may not receive assistance during the attempt

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  • United States SamS88

    SamS88

    One last thing, I wonder though that if the fire makes the bricks more brittle and easier to break. I'll have to ask my friend from masonryvancouver.co because he's an expert at bricklaying.

  • United States SamS88

    SamS88

    I forgot to mention the reason why, but my friend from www.masonryvancouver.co recently tried to learn how to do this and after seeing this he might give up lol.

  • United States SamS88

    SamS88

    Www after working with bricks all weekend the contractors at masonryvancouver.co are going to sh*t a brick when they see this, no pun intended lol.

  • United States Kevin Taylor

    Kevin Taylor

    thank you

  • United States BlackBeltSkydive

    BlackBeltSkydive

    An impressive feat with or without fire. Great job.

  • United States Josh Jones

    Josh Jones

    Great record, however I do have to share my opinion. I feel that the fire only helps loosen the bricks up a bit..

    • United States BlackBeltSkydive

      BlackBeltSkydive

      Then light'em up and knock'em down Josh. Just let them burn a little and it'll be that much easier for you to claim the record.

    • United States Josh Jones

      Josh Jones

      Sorry, those days are beyond me. I havent trained in quite a long time due to injuries..

    • United States Sarina Beeker-Sikorski

      Sarina Beeker-Sikorski

      Try it. make sure u r fast

  • United States Kevin Taylor

    Kevin Taylor

    thank you

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    You are on fire, literally and metaphorically. Great job!

  • United States Ian McGehee

    Ian McGehee

    Wow is the word!

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