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Middle school wrestler's kind-hearted, intentional loss

4:07 PM, Dec. 05, 2012 EST

A middle school wrestler from Tennessee is being labeled as a kid with a big heart.

At a recent event, Justin Kievit's coach asked him to lose a match to a competitor from another school, Jared Stevens, who has cerebral palsy.

Kievit handled himself with the poise and respect of a person much older as he voluntarily let his opponent pin him.

Not surprisingly, the crowd emotionally erupted in cheers for both boys.

The full video of the match can be seen below: