In the biggest wrestling match of his life, Renaldo Rodriguez-Spencer secured a glorious win in spectacular fashion.
The fantastic flip turn you see above is known as the 'Flying Squirrel' and even more incredibly, it came in the most dramatic circumstances possible.
During the final 10 seconds of a national championship match, Rodriguez-Spencer needed to sensational move to win the US national title.
As reported by the Buffalo News, Rodriguez-Spencer was in the third period of a junior 138-pound class bout against a Maryland wrestler named Alfred Bannister and was trailing by a score of 4-3. He needed two points to earn a victory which would land him a National Junior Class title in his weight class, and he was running out of time.
Finally, as the timekeeper called out the 10-second warning, Rodriguez-Spencer was forced into action. He launched into the forward-flipping move, executed it to perfection and left Bannister completely stunned by the sudden turn of events.
As one might expect, the plaudits for Rodriguez-Spencer's bravery for even trying the move and his execution of it came in fast and furious, and he was eventually honoured as the Most Outstanding Wrestler for the junior meet at the National High School Coaches Association wrestling championships.
The amazing video is already going viral which is good news for wrestling - a sport that really needs to show itself off after getting axed from the 2020 Olympics.
Contested in the first modern Olympics in 1896 and part of the ancient Games in Olympia, wrestling will now join seven other candidate sports battling for one spot in a revamped programme.