Video: Wrestler shoveling snow in a singlet is an online hit

We realize that temperature's on Friday weren't cold by Minnesota standards, but there still won't be many people shoveling snow in a singlet.
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We realize that temperature's on Friday weren't cold by Minnesota standards, but there still won't be many people shoveling snow in a singlet.

That's what high school wrestler Holden Law was taped doing in Hibbing on Friday, shoveling the sidewalk on Howard Street as a blizzard swept through the area.

According to KBJR, Law is a senior at Hibbing High School where he's on the wrestling team.

A video of him shoveling posted on Facebook by his mother, Emily Law, has been viewed more than 65,000 times since Friday.

"This my friends is how a wrestler shovels snow," she wrote, before adding: "Crazy kid!"

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