Most Machetes Flashed In A Juggling Pattern While Spinning A Basketball On A Mouthstick Held In Mouth And Standing On A Rola Bola

United States Brian Pankey


Springfield, Illinois, United States / June 6, 2012

Brian Pankey flashed four machetes in a juggling pattern while spinning a basketball on a mouthstick held in his mouth and standing on a rola bola.

NOTE: This attempt is dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals.

- must use hardware store-bought machetes that are at least 23 inches in length
- must use regulation-sized basketballs
- must use a 45-degree mouthstick
- must toss machetes individually in a juggling pattern
- must catch all machetes
- must keep basketball spinning on top of mouthstick while flashing machetes and balancing on rola bola
- mouthstick must be held in mouth
- rola bola must conform to RecordSetter rola bola criteria
- must perform attempt on a smooth surface
- must observe RecordSetter balancing criteria
- must provide video evidence


Tags: balancingjugglingbasketballrola bolamouthflashingmouthstickmachete

  • Canada Doug McManaman

    Doug McManaman

    you would have to be a performer to appreciate the difficulty in this act well done Mr. Pankey

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