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Nik Wallenda to Walk All Over Atlantic City Today [VIDEO/AUDIO]

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Nik Wallenda once walked on a tight rope, 1,800 feet across the mist-fogged brink of Niagara Falls.

Will Nik’s walk over Atlantic City be “cake”?  It may not be, because on this particular walk, he is insisting on walking without…. A HARNESS!

 

 

Listen to what he had to say on the SoJO Morning Show:

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Nik will also be hosting a series of events at Tropicana in Atlantic City from August 12th to September 22nd.  You can get tickets by clicking here.

 

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