Amazing What This TV Reporter Does, Ruins The Trick Of This Fake Karate Master

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Amazing What This TV Reporter Does, Ruins The Trick Of This Fake Karate Master

Have you ever asked yourself how can a martial arts master be so strong to demolish numerous bricks at once with a simple movement of his fingers? Maybe there is an ultimate power in his hands or bricks aren’t real bricks? I asked myself that question over and over again every time I see someone demolish more than ten bricks with his head.

I thought, this guy posses a super power that can’t be explained.

In this article you will have the answer to all of your questions regarding these martial arts masters.

Bruce Silva, a Shaolin Kung Fu Grandmaster, was invited to show his skills at a local TV show. Bricks and everything was already set, and he was ready to show his martial art skills.

The first obstacle was a brick that has to be broken with glass, but the glass should remain intact. A Kung Fu Master put his fingers inside the glass and broke the brick by a single touch. The glass remained intact.

It was pretty amazing until a TV reporter try to remove a glass to set a martial arts master for another scene, then something unusual happened. TV reporter broke a few bricks with a gentle touch. He was just curious are these bricks a real one, or just a fake one that makes a good illusion.

After that incident, the martial arts master was uncovered, but despite this he moved to another scene – he broke ten bricks with a gentle hit with his head.

It is a very interesting situation that shows the bricks used in this TV show were actually not a real brick and this Kung Fu master wasn’t an actual master but just a trickster.

What is your opinion of these martial artists who are able to break multiple bricks at once? Are they using a real brick, or it is just an illusion like this one. [mashvideo]

Source: Suboloc

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