Meet this little fanatic who's turning heads! Mimi Skowronski is a kid in Seneca Valley and not only is she a wrestler, but she's a football player! She's not just keeping up with the boys, she's dominating! Mimi joins Daisy and Rich and they give her a pretty big surprise!

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