This Wrestler Had an Important Question to Ask His Biggest Fan


Well, this is just the cutest.

Amanda Styles, who has autism, is a frequent face at the Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South in Indiana, where she goes to cheer on her favorite wrestler, Ace Perry, according to Uproxx.com. Styles was there as usual at the recent IWA Mid-South “Big Ass Christmas Bash,” when Perry asked her a special question after his match. In front of a cheering audience, the wrestler grabbed a microphone and asked Styles to her junior prom.

She was more than a little excited to say yes.

Watch the sweet moment in the video below: 

h/t Autism Speaks

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