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At least Tyron Woodley can say he's a man of his word.
The former UFC star who fell to YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul in an Aug. 29 bout, Woodley paid up on his bet with Paul to tattoo the words "I Love Jake Paul" on his body.
Woodley chose to place the ink on the inside of his left middle finger. On Monday, Woodley posted a photo of the tattoo on Instagram.
"I love you son," the 38-year-old wrote. "Now come and get this a-- whippin cause i heard you been talking back to your elders."
The terms of the bet were the loser tattooing the phrase including the victor's name.
Paul had previously said he would not agree to a rematch with Woodley until he got the tattoo. Paul, 24, is 4-0 in his career. In a five-part response he posted on via Instagram story, Paul accused Woodley of mismanaging his purse from their fight, which forced him to get the tattoo.
"No way did a grown-(expletive) man just get a tattoo that says 'I Love Jake Paul,'" Paul said in his YouTube response Tuesday.
He then pulled a sheet of crumpled yellow paper out of his mouth that had the words "I Love You Too" written in purple ink on it.
Now that Woodley has the tattoo, perhaps their will be no bad blood heading into a potential rematch.
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Tyron Woodley tattoo says 'I Love Jake Paul'; YouTube star responds