These are the tattoos which could be inked on to either Jake Paul or Tyron Woodley's skin after their fight on Sunday night.
The rivals agreed a wager last month which would see the loser of their bout pay tribute to the other with a permanent marking.
And Paul has booked tattoo artist Tatu Baby to be backstage at the final bell ready to get to work.
Baby is renowned for designing celebrity tattoos across America, and has already designed a tattoo for pound-for-pound king Canelo Alvarez.
And the tattoo designs have been leaked ahead of the contest with each saying either "I love Jake Paul or "I love Tyron Woodley".
Woodley previously revealed that if he wins the fight he would be willing to "negotiate" the bet with his opponent and offer an alternative "money" replacement.
"I'll let him negotiate. If he doesn't want to get the tattoo, you have got to pay me a nice bag. It was his bet. Either you get the tattoo or you give out some cash. Donate it to my charity," he said on The MMA Hour.
But Paul immediately challenged the statements by booking Baby as a tattoo artist to be revealed on the night for the loser of the fight.
"We'll see. I have a tattoo artist coming to the fight. So, when he loses, I'm sending her, tattoo baby. I'm sending her right into his locker room to get the tattoo going," he said.
"Because I want no excuses out of him. Because if he is a man, he shook on it in front of the world. He has to live up to it."
Woodley represents the sternest test of Paul's boxing career so far as he takes to the ring in his fourth professional fight looking to set up a clash with British light-heavyweight Tommy Fury.
And Paul revealed he personally is "topping up the fighter's purses" as he looks to continue his campaigning for better pay for all fighters.
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"It's coming out of my pockets for sure," Paul explained to Mirror Fighting . "Like, directly out of my purse.
"Everyone on the card is getting the biggest pay-day that they've ever had as a fighter and that's just part of my movement.
"Look, these fighters deserve more and I want everyone to be excited and I want everyone to know that we as fighters should take care of each other.
"Let's put the power back into the fighters' hands and that's really what I'm trying to show.
"If you bring the audience, then you should be able to do whatever deals and fight whoever you want."
Paul's bold knockout prediction for the clash has already been altered to "inside two rounds" by the YouTube star, who has claimed in the build-up to have inside knowledge of his opponent's training camp.
And the 24-year-old has also responded to a cheating accusation from George St Pierre's coach ahead of the fight labelling the rumour "another excuse".
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