When a young wrestler let a boy with cerebral palsy pin him to a mat and win the match, he never expected to become an online hero.
But a video of 12-year-old Justin Kievit's sportsmanlike act has received received more than 77,000 views since it was uploaded three days ago.
The wrestling match came about after extroverted 13-year-old Jared Stevens, who has cerebral palsy, told his coach he wanted to have a bout.
"It wasn't about weight class," Mr Mayes told The Tennessean.
"I told [another team's coach] to point me toward the kid who has the kindest heart."
After Jared was gently laid on the wrestling mat by a coach last week, Justin bent down to shake his hand.
When the whistle blew, Justin slid underneath Jared, pulled his arm over him and was pinned to the mat.
Jared practices with a wrestling team every day and recently told his coach Clay Mayes that he wanted a match.
"I think a lot of people are scared to put kids like me on the mat, but they don't need to be," Jared told the Franklin Home Page.
Jared's father said he had the physical capacity of a six-month-old child but was close to his age level in intellectual ability.
"There's a limit to what he can do but something like wrestling, he can do that as much as he can do," he said.
"He just enjoys being out there participating.
"He doesn't mind trying anything."
Author: Alexandra Pleffer, Approving Editor: Nick Pearson