Father, uncle, or someone else related. Why include a relative and coach in such a video?
Here's something I wrote about a fake record video I made back in 2003:
Luke Burrage’s 10 Step Guide to Juggling Video Forgery.
1 Think of a trick that people may believe you can do, has to be
plausible. For me a 12 ball flash was near but the chances of me
catching on video slim.
4 Remember, when filming anything, “Location, location, location.” Reasons why I chose my back yard and that camera angle:
-likely place for me to juggle in
-the sky behind is high contrast so you can see the balls above my hands
-the wall behind is low contrast so it is difficult to see the balls below my hands
-knowing that any ball on the floor would be stationary and easy to
spot, the low angle and the raised edge of the gravel patch where I am
standing would hide any dropped balls
5 Practice your reaction. This is very important. I chose that one because:
-throwing the balls to the ground is an accepted celebration but it also
makes sure all the balls end up in a roughly the same place, right
beside the dropped balls
-running past the camera and out of the shot means that I can get my
acting out of the way quickly, leaving an empty screen, not me looking
down at the balls that I dropped
9 Recompile the video, sans the sound. Removing the sounds of balls
hitting gravel seemed to tricky to even bother. Grass would be the best
surface for this, or maybe have some music playing. I never put sound on
my video clips anyway, so this wasn’t a problem for me anyway.
10 Finally “optimize” for the internet. All I think I need to say here is that low quality mpg can hide a multitude of sins.
I wouldn't have such a problem with Willy claiming he has video evidence for tricks he hasn't done if he did a better job of faking it. He's got a lot of the steps right, right up to the point of not including the sound with his video, and making sure the quality is terrible via filming a screen. But if you're going to look at the floor at the end of a trick, make sure you scan the entire floor, so it looks like you are checking for dropped props, and not looking down at a single spot on the floor where a club has come to rest. It's really amateurish acting.
And he's coming off the back of another series of gimmicked videos. Why not let it rest for a bit before pushing his luck again?
Or why not put in a few more months work and get the trick on camera and share the entire original unedited footage?