Nik Wallenda became the first man to walk right over Niagara Falls Friday night, a 30-minute tightrope televised live on ABC News.
Wallenda told reporters it took "a lot of praying, that's for sure. But, you know, it's all about the concentration, the focus, and the training."
QMI Agency reported earlier on the details of Wallenda's faith.
The King of the Wire puts his faith in the King of Kings.Just before Nik Wallenda steps onto the wire tonight in an attempt to become the first person to walk a tightrope across the mouth of the Horseshoe Falls, he'll form a circle with a dozen close friends and members of his close-knit Christian family and they'll say a prayer to Jesus Christ.The cross Wallenda wears around his neck every time he walks on a wire isn't just a fashion statement, it's a message about the religious beliefs the American performer holds close to his heart."I grew up in a born-again Christian family. A Bible-believing, God-fearing family. That's the way I was raised and I find ...1