When you're 20-year-old Zion Clark, born with no legs, there's no time to wallow.
"I wanted to do something better with my life," says Clark.
Too many wrestling championships to chase since he was 8-years-old.
"There's no excuses at all,” Clark says.
That’s exactly why documentary director Floyd Russ had to tell his story.
It’s the story of this Massillon High School grad and now standout wrestler at Kent State University's Tuscarawas campus.
The people behind the 11 minute movie, tired of the same old grind, were craving a "Zion" story.
"We needed to do something that we would sweat and bleed over and even the way we sweat and bleed it's a tiny fraction of what Zion has done, obviously,” Ross says.
It is real.
It is raw.
It is inspiring.
Fresh off of receiving numerous accolades at the Sundance Film Festival, the documentary short "Zion" debuts Friday on Netfilix.
Zion’s story is ongoing.
"I still have more things I need to do. Like winning the national college title in wrestling. I was a national qualifier last year. I can definitely win it. I was only a freshman last year," Clark says.
Floyd Russ, in New York, says his fingers are crossed that the next stop for "Zion" will be a trip to Hollywood for the Academy Awards.
What does the movie’s namesake think of that?
“Honestly I don't know what that means. I know it sounds important so I'm definitely supporting it," Clark laughs and so do we.
Humble and hilarious, we tell Zion Clark he is a classic case of SEE THE POSSIBLE.
"See the possible,” Clark repeats. “Anything is possible. If you can see it, there is a definite chance you can do it. You just have to take that chance."
And that is why we are filing the story of the charismatic, ridiculously inspirational Zion Clark straight to #TheGoodStuff file.