Seen this video many times; still don't buy it. The last thing I will ever do with a front blowout is floor the MH. I'm not advocating stomping on the brake either, obviously, but rather to let off the gas gently and start to brake gently while maintaining steering. Stepping on the gas only temporarily gets the pressure off that front tire; but that pressure will return as you release the gas anyway, only now you are traveling even faster.
Yes, I have experienced a front blowout, 2 times over the past 20 years, on my MH. Once at about 65mph on the freeway, once at about 55mph going DOWN an offramp as I was decelerating. Both times I simply let off the gas, gently applied the brakes, and brought the RV to a controlled stop.
Now my experience was in a large (27') class C rather than a class A; is it different in an A? Perhaps slightly, but I doubt that the difference is significant enough to warrant flooring the throttle pedal on the RV rather than a non-panic release and gentle braking.