Middle school wrestler lets boy with cerebral palsy win match [Viral Video]

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Jared Stevens after winning his first-ever match.

While we may hate to admit it, we all do selfish things every day. That’s why people like Justin Kievit serve as an inspiration to everyone.

Kievit, a middle school wrestler in Tennessee, intentionally lost a match to Jared Stevens in Stevens’ first-ever wrestling match.

Stevens has cerebral palsy. While his father said he has the “physical ability of a 6-month-old,” socially Stevens “hits it out of the park.”

Stevens participates with his school’s wrestling team and recently asked his coach to get into a match. Stevens’ coach called the opposing coach to find a wrestler with the most heart.

That’s where Kievit stepped up.

In the clip, Justin can be seen shaking hands with Jared before the match before helping his opponent pin him.

The Facebook video has been shared over 100,000 times and the videos on YouTube have been viewed nearly 1 million times.