Skateboarding legend and entrepreneur Danny Way have had numerous surgeries in the past via annihilation of some out-of-this-world spots and obstacles throughout his entire career.
In 2005, Way became the first person to 360 method grab The Great Wall of China on a skateboard, fracturing his ankle in the process, but he didn't let it stop him from achieving his goal.
The 48-year-old legendary pro skater aims to fortify another stunt with his sheer indefatigability on the Trump wall, an expansion of the Mexico–United States barrier.
In his new interview with the Crail couch, Way explained that it's not about the world record.
"I'm not trying to get these records or whatever." Way said, "It's just the creativity or like the wildness of the idea, and the execution of it is like a big part of the reason why I get motivated to pursue stuff like that."
During the 1980s, to help enforce immigration laws in the United States, the border security and border wall legislation was passed during the Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Clinton, George W. Bush, and Obama administrations. Former president Donald Trump expanded its borders, commonly referred to as "The Trump Wall.
Way tried to work on landing his maneuver in 2020 when the COVID-19 Pandemic hit, but it was cut short due to unforeseen circumstances.
"I've been working with the mayor of the bordering city of Imperial Beach in San Diego. He said, "I had the political connections in Mexico and I've been talking to the head of the boarder patrol."
He added. "I'm going to revisit all of it right now and get it queued up. I have the vision of taking down all the political walls, and we found a spot on the Gaza strip where you can jump the wall there, and there's a piece of the Berlin Wall left to quit separating people with these walls."