Ticats WR Andy Fantuz Sets New World Record For Most One-Handed Catches

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Hold up Odell Beckham Jr. and Tevaun Smith, there’s a new record holder in town as Hamilton Tiger-Cats WR Andy Fantuz has set a new record for most one-handed catches in one minute!

Utilizing his fellow CFL All-Stars, Andy Fantuz has set a new record for one-handed catches in a minute with 50!

It was certainly a team effort using QBs Bo Levi Mitchell and Darian Durant in addition to CFL stars Marc-Olivier Brouillette, Adam Bighill, Brian Bulcke, Jon Cornish, Stanley Bryant and Rob Bagg!

Andy broke a record that was previously held by two different football players. First, Odell Beckham Jr. of the New York Giants set the record with New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees seen here.

That record was then broken by Iowa WR Tevaun Smith who caught 41 balls in one-minute.

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