JBL reaches Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa for charity

Former WWE champion John “Bradshaw” Layfield reached the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro yesterday and planted a WWE flag at the top just like he said he would.

JBL is climbing the seven highest mountain peaks in the world in support for the charity he supports in Bermuda. WWE is sponsoring the climbs, forking around a quarter of a million dollars to help Bradshaw achieve his goal.

“13 1/2 hour day. Beyond tired. I planted a @wwe flag at the top of Africa! All to help kids! #sevensummitsforkids,” JBL tweeted after reaching the summit.

This is his second climb, failing the first one – Mount Elbrus in Russia – after weather complications.

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