Pakistan’s Muhammad Rashid breaks world record by defeating Indian counterpart

Muhammad Rashid, President of Pakistan Academy for Martial Arts managed to crack 254 walnuts in under a minute using only his forehead.

Rashid world record

Muhammad Rashid, a renowned martial artist from Pakistan, has broken another record and secured entry once again into the Guinness Book of World Records after he cracked open 254 walnuts with his bare forehead.

Rashid broke, Indian adversary, Naveen’s record of cracking open 239 walnuts by then cracking 254 walnuts with his forehead on an Italian TV show.

Rashid, President of Pakistan Academy of Martial Arts breaks world record

Rashid, founder and president of Pakistan Academy of Martial Arts, while speaking exclusively with Business Recorder, said that Naveen had previously broken his record of cracking 180 walnuts by breaking 217 walnuts in under a minute. Rashid says he attempted to break the record and holds that he managed to crack 240 walnuts with his head.

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After Rashid’s second attempt, Guiness World Record organisers brought both Naveen and Rashid face to face to make an attempt for the record at an Italian TV show, Lo Show Dei Record.

“I had only seven days to prepare for the attempt,” Rashid told. “It was just an amazing experience,” he added. “I want to say that do what you can under you capacity to make country proud. It doesn’t matter what sport or field you are representing, just do you best for Pakistan.”

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Rashid now holds 61 world records under his name in the Guinness Book of World Records. He also has several other videos of his attempts uploaded on his Youtube page. Rashid first received recognition in 2013 for breaking the record of removing the most bottle caps in under a minute by using only your head.

GVS News Desk with additional input by other sources

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