Shark Attack Mick Fanning at J-Bay Open

Shark Attack Mick Fanning. During the J-Bay open a shark Attacked pro surfer Mick Fanning. Fortunately the shark failed and got punched by Mick. See the full footage below, presented by #World Surf League

Shark Attack Mick Fanning

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4 Responses

  1. 2 September 2016

    […] dedicated surfers accept the risks and continue their passion. As surfers we all accept certain risks but to expose yourself to the invisible really scares me. In a way you might be deadly wounded […]

  2. 9 December 2016

    […] and not his left. What a way to look at it. Other recent shark attack stories, include those on Mick Fanning and a man who saved himself in a rather unusual manner. We all get that creepy feeling every now […]

  3. 20 November 2017

    […] coffee as I write this. The last time a shark video got me out of my chair was the encounter of Mick Fanning, and the time before that the first Jaws […]

  4. 8 March 2018

    […] isn’t the first (or the last) time a surfer and shark came together on a video. Mick Fanning encountered a shark who ran in to him or attacked him at J-Bay a few years ago. Still chances of you running into a […]

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