NXT UK stars Pete Dunne, Trent Seven, Jinny and Ashton Smith were brave enough to climb the Dare Skywalk at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The wrestlers took on the 46.8-metre high climb this week ahead of Spurs’ home clash with Brighton on Sunday.
The quartet also had a tour of the 62,000-seater stadium and posed for pictures holding Tottenham’s shirt and by the iconic golden cockerel.
It has been a great week for WWE’s British brand as Walter successfully defended his NXT UK Championship against Ilja Dragunov in a match of the year contender.
And more impressively, the physical encounter received a prestigious five-star rating by journalist Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
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Dragunov had previously promised the match would ‘redefine violence’ and he was not wrong.
The challenger came close to ending Walter’s 574-day reign as NXT UK champion when he hit the Konstantin Special, which led to a very close three-count.
Walter, who beat Dunne for the title at NXT TakeOver: New York in April 2019, prolonged his dominant reign when Dragunov passed out via a submission hold.
You can see all of the NXT UK Superstars in action on NXT UK, Thursday 8pm on the WWE Network and Friday 10pm on BT Sport.