Video: For a second, it seems like the tennis ball might have a shot at surviving the molten copper, because it seems like a force field surrounds the ball. But then that make-believe invisible layer gets destroyed and the tennis ball bursts into glorious flames. It gets even better when the fireball gets squished to release even more fire.
Watch Molten Copper Impressively Destroy A Tennis Ball
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