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When it comes to bets, is it really official if a tattoo's not on the line? Prior to the fight between influencer-turned-boxer Jake Paul and former UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley, agreed that the loser would have to get a tattoo in homage of the victor. Following the August 29th boxing match, which resulted in a split decision victory in favor of Paul, we were prepared to see Woodley get behind the tattoo chair ASAP. However, the infamous inking didn't happen right away and for nearly a month, we weren't sure if Woodley was going to go through with his promise. And now, we finally have a tattoo.

On September 27th, Woodley took to Instagram to show off his bet tattoo, which reads "I Love Jake Paul" on his middle finger. The piece was inked by artist Rubia Santana and follows the specific guidelines Paul set in place for Woodley on Twitter following his victory.

Initially, it was proposed that Miami-based "Ink Master" alumni Tatu Baby would be handling the bet tattoo on the fight night, as she's inked a number of elite athletes including Dwyane Wade. In an interview with TMZ, Woodley shared that the tattoo appointment wasn't arranged following the match and he decided to go ahead with the tattoo on his own— rematch or no rematch. However, we're certain that Woodley is more than ready to go head-to-head with Paul for a second round.

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