Kind gesture by US high school wrestler brings joy to student with disability

Schoolboy Jacob Meister suffers from cerebral palsy and autism, but that doesn't prevent him from harbouring a passion for wrestling.

In this clip he takes on another, older high school wrestler named Dillon Keane who volunteered to participate in a match with Jacob, or Jake.

They go head-to-head, with Jake beating Dillon and bursts with joy as the crowd at the San Francisco school claps and cheers.

"Jake a member of my old high schools wrestling team suffers a physical disability and my boyfriend volunteered to have a wrestling match with him, making his dream come true," said the filmer, Brooke McGriff.

The video has received tens of thousands of likes on social media.