The wrestling match between middle schoolers Jared Stevens and Justin Kievit has captured the nation's attention.
Both Tennessee teens have skyrocketed into the national spotlight after Jared, a 13-year-old with cerebal palsy, won his first match in Nashville.
For Jared, he didn't want to sit on the sidelines with his wrestling team anymore -- he wanted to compete.
So, in his first official match on the mat, his competitor, Justin, intentionally lost and gave Jared an emotional victory.
The home video of their wrestling match has became a web sensation because of Jared's courage and Justin's sportsmanship.
"Well after I got up and he pinned me, I saw a little smile," Justin says. "He smiled at me, so that was really cool."
Jared is a triplet and got his first taste of wrestling rough-housing with his brothers at home.
He refuses to let let his disability slow him down.
In fact, he's trying to decide whether he wants to pursue a career as a Navy SEAL or a coach of the Tennessee Titans.