The loser of the tattoo bet between Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley will get inked on fight night by one of the most talented tattoo artists from Miami.
Paul and Woodley agreed on a bet this past July that the loser of the fight will have to get the name of their opponent tattooed on them. All that was left to do was find a tattoo artist who was prepared to do it, and we now know who that is. Katherine Flores — better known professionally as Tatu Baby — was recently reached out to by Paul to do the tattoo and she agreed.
Flores is well-known from her appearances on the American reality tattoo competition show, Ink Master. She was featured on seasons two and three, where she placed fourth and third overall in the competition respectively. Flores later opened her own tattoo shop named ‘Till The End Tattoos’ in Miami and has continued to tattoo a number of celebrities, including names such as Dwyane Wade and Canelo Alvarez.
Flores spoke with TMZ Sports and said she was specifically asked by Paul to not only produce multiple designs for the tattoos but also fly in to Cleveland to tattoo the loser as soon as the fight is over.
“Jake actually reached out to me and explained that there is a tattoo at stake at his fight,” said Flores. “The loser has to get the opponent’s winning name tattooed on them. I was mind blown because that’s something so permanent [and] there’s so much at stake here with this fight and this tattoo.
“The event is flying me to Cleveland and as soon as the fight is done, I am tattooing the loser.”
Flores delivered three designs, which can be seen above. Paul and Woodley can choose which of the three they would rather have tattooed on them on and whether it would be done in color or in black and gray. Flores said that the tattoos will take between 30 and 60 minutes to complete.
Both Paul and Woodley have said they are expecting to put each other in a world of pain, but Flores said there is nothing more painful than getting a tattoo immediately after a loss.
“After a painful fight and after a painful loss, [they will] get a painful tattoo that’s going to be on you for the rest of your life.”
Paul and Woodley meet on Sunday, Aug. 29 live on pay-per-view from the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio.