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Tyron Woodley has shown off the 'I love Jack Paul' tattoo he got after losing his fight to the YouTuber.
The former UFC star and Paul made a deal that whoever lost the fight, which took place last month, would get the victor's name tattooed on them.
As you probably know, Paul won by spit decision, meaning that Woodley had to get inked but he held out from getting the tattoo until Paul agreed to a second fight.
Now, almost a month later, Woodley has shared a photo of his new tattoo on Instagram.
Posting a photo of the tattoo, which is on his finger, he wrote: "I love you son. Now come and get this a** whippin cause I heard you been talking back to your elders."
Responding to the new tattoo, Paul wrote on social media: "1. Tyron got the wire from the fight 2. Tyron bought a used Bentley 3. Tyron got on a call with his accountant 4. His accountant told him how much he had to pay in taxes 5. Tyron got the tattoo."
Speaking last week, Woodley confirmed he was getting the ink and hinted that he might opt to get it on his hand.
He told Ariel Helwani: "I think the most sensible thing to do is run it back. I think I'm getting this tattoo Saturday by the way.
"Not neck, not face. I should have put it across my f****** knuckles. To me it's like this, if a dude wants to pay me to whip his a**, since he 'paid me and promoted the fight', then I love you."
However, it seems as though the new tattoo doesn't quite meet the required specifications Paul laid out.
Speaking after his win, Paul posted the guidelines on social media - explaining: "Tyron's tattoo guidelines: 1. 3x2 inches at least. 2. Can't get it covered. 3. Permanent. 4. Must post on social media. 5. Has to be visible with shorts and shirt."
A close look at Woodley's new etching would appear to show that it doesn't quite meet the required three by two inches.
And if he's hoping for a rematch, then he may be out of luck, because Paul has revealed he now wants to fight 'actual boxers' - having previously taken on MMA fighters, such as Woodley and Ben Askren.
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