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So grateful for the honor of interviewing and filming Eli Martinez last month. Check him out on ABC news! Spectacular and FEARLESS!

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ABC World News Tonight with David Muir

TIGER ROLL: Video taken in the waters off Grand Bahama shows professional diver Eli Martinez with Shark Diver Magazine grabbing the snout of a 700-pound tiger shark called "Jenn," gently rolling it over, leaving the shark in a state of semi-tonic immobility.

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· June 10, 2017

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