Typically in sports, after you lose to an opponent, you shake hands or high five them in good faith. Does this still apply however if you happen to lose to your twin brother? It would appear that sibling rivalry may be to strong of an emotion to warrant ‘good’ sportsmanship.
The seven-year-old kid in the video you are about to watch hasn’t mastered the whole ‘good’ sportsmanship thing yet. After losing a wrestling match to his twin brother, instead of shaking hands like you’re supposed to do, he just punches his unsuspecting bro right in the nuts.