Fake Sports FULL VIDEO by Tony Pezzo plus Bonus!

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Fake Sports is a juggling video by Tony Pezzo, that was filmed in Stockholm in the beginning of 2016. It features material Tony has been developing over the past 2 years. It includes some of his best new rings patterns, a new prop: nets and balls, and over 50 new color changing ring tricks.

Bonus Video: In October of 2015 Tony was invited as a special guest to the Japanese Juggling Festival in Koriyama. He presented a 40 minute performance with balls, clubs, rings, devil sticks, and nets. This video highlights Tony’s favorite moments from that performance.

Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uX_S6qo8rDs to see the trailer.

Or read a review: http://ezine.juggle.org/2016/04/07/fake-sports-by-tony-pezzo-review-interview/

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