You know what I think that could be possible:
No fuel in wing: Competition aerobatic aircraft rarely do weight outboard slows down roll rate.
Full span ailerons could counter the loss of a wing with heavy rudder use to aid with secondary effects.
Power to weight ratios for competition aerobatics aircraft are better that 1:1 in modern types so you can indeed hang it on the prop and then use controls plus gyroscopic effects to flick the aircraft about. In this case to an exceptionally skilfull landing.
I don't think it was a model in shot either as the prop disc is too big (models have high reving engines and small diameter blades real aircraft use lower reving higher torque engines with bigger blade radii.
Top clip, Top Gun come to think of it
A NOHD will be published for the DS in due course, till then wear sunnies.