Guinness World Record-holder Isao Machii is back - this time, to slice a baseball moving at 160 km/h.
Machii is a master of a Japanese sword-based martial art called laido and has been titled a 'modern-day samurai.'
Machii is a multiple Guinness World Record holder, known for his inhuman hand-eye coordination and has featured in many shows.
He had earlier sliced a B B pellet in half when it was fired at around 144 km/h.
For his latest feat, Machii cut the baseball while standing around 30 feet away from where it was fired.
Machii presently holds the Guinness World Record for 'most martial arts sword cuts to one mat,' 'fastest 1,000 martial arts sword cuts,' 'most sword cuts to straw mats in three minutes' and 'fastest tennis ball (708 km/h) cut by sword.'
Watch the video here.