Popular YouTuber and boxer Jake Paul recently underwent a remarkable transformation at Ganga Tattoo. In an extensive eight-hour session, Paul had 11 captivating tattoos expertly inked onto his body under general anesthesia.
Paul made his tattoo selections and was subsequently given anesthesia for an eight-hour session. According to The Sun, the procedure uses ‘anesthetics with qualified medical personnel that is specially prepared for this type of work environment.’
Paul had tattoos on his arms, feet, and legs that featured a variety of diverse symbols. The tattoo also included animals and even what seemed to be a skull.
Ganga Tattoos posted: “Jake Paul stopped by for his first No Pain session with the best team in the world. We definitely had a lot of fun completing 11 different pieces during this eight hour session! See you back soon my brother!”
Since losing to Tommy Fury on February 26 by a split decision, Paul has not participated in a boxing match. Prior to that loss, Paul had triumphed over notable UFC veterans Anderson Silva, Ben Askren, and Tyron Woodley.
Now, the 26-year-old is set to face another seasoned UFC competitor Nate Diaz. The two will compete in a highly anticipated match on August 5. The showdown will take place at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.
Amidst the preparations for the upcoming match, there was a disagreement between Jake Paul and Nate Diaz regarding the number of rounds. The two combatants reached an agreement to engage in a 10-round boxing match.
Expressing his thoughts on social media, Paul tweeted: “Nate Diaz wants 10 rounds. I guess he has good cardio. Ok Nathan, 10 rounds it is.”
After parting ways with the UFC in September of last year, Diaz set his sights on the boxing ring. The clash between these two prominent figures from the worlds of boxing and mixed martial arts is sure to captivate combat sports fans.
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