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Some people have a strange fetish to take undue risks. They go to any lengths to prove their position in the daredevil hall of fame.
These uncommon men and women and the stunts they perform are extremely dangerous. And as any wrestling fan knows, you are NOT supposed to try these stunts, ever!
Let's start off with a legend of stunt biking, Evil Knievel. The theatrical daredevil did some pretty cool things during his time, but this ain't one of them. A bad landing on a ramp leaves Evil bruised and battered. The then-29 year old Knievel was in a coma for exactly 29 days. This didn't stop him and he went on to make bigger and more successful leaps on his Harley.
Now, here's another example of an extreme stunt gone really bad. This brave man was trying to leapfrog (jump over) an on-coming motorcycle. Considering his heavy build, we were pretty much sure this was going to be a bust. Watch out for the biker's helmet slamming into his 'delicates' at 0:05. It doesn't get better (or worse) than this!
Aussie stuntman Robbie Maddison made an unbelievable leap and landing in Paris. This very well-executed stunt could've gone terribly wrong if it weren't for Maddison's immaculate handle control and of course, a truckload of guts!
The world famous Blue Angles, who are the US Navy's flight demonstration squad have done some pretty wild things in the 65 years they've been around. This one, however, takes the cake, as a handful of Blue Angels in F-18 jets do what we wouldn't even dare do on Flight Simulator! Every second of this demonstration is just unreal.
The Ford Mustang is one of the most amazing muscle cars around. With all the power in the world to manouvre on almost any surface this production car is a creative stuntman's dream. Here are 2 such daredevils, who push the Mustang to the limit and put on quite a show.
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