If you think you need more than one ball to juggle, you're in for a surprise. Juggling artist -- yes, this man is an artist -- Yanazo proves that you don't need fancy things like bowling pins or flaming chainsaws to dazzle an audience. His routine at the 2012 Japan Juggling Festival clearly brought the house down.

And when he does go for ball number two at the 3:00 mark... strap in and get ready, y'all.

Note: We apologize in advance for all the "ball" puns that are about to pop up in the comments section. Let's keep it classy, folks.

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