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Wish Zone Returns With The Story Of A Boy Who Doesn't Let Wheelchair Stop Him From Beating Boy Who Accidentally Paralyzed Him

Grab your tissues and get ready to weep, because tonight at 8/7c SportsDome returns with another chapter in the most inspiring sports-wish granting volume on television: The Wish Zone.

Tonight in the Wish Zone, Jay Woodworth visits a high school football standout named Dylan Fitzpatrick, whose career was tragically cut short in an instant on the field with a clean hit that left Dylan unable to walk. But Jay and the Wish Zone crew help Dylan fulfill his wish of paralyzing the boy who paralyzed him.

Before meeting Dylan and watching his Wish of revenge come true, hear about some of our favorite Wish Zone moments and relive the story of Allison Pencey, the sick little Phillies fan who saw her Wish of heckling Mets third baseman David Wright:

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