Boxing 2023: Jake Paul’s $360,000 alcohol tattoo vanishes during fight with Tommy Fury in optical illusion

The Sun reports Paul got the inking of a blue raspberry Au Vodka bottle after a wager with BBC DJ Charlie Sloth, who owns the drinks company.

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Sloth has teamed up with co-owner Charlie Morgan, the Swansea City ballboy who was kicked by football star Eden Hazard in 2013.

Paul was visited by Sloth after his training camp in Dubai less than a fortnight before his defeat to Tommy Fury.

Sloth challenged Paul to get the tattoo in exchange for £206,000 (A$368,000).

Paul took on the challenge and got the design inked on to his skin on a rooftop in Dubai.

He posted a video of the occasion on YouTube while he could also be seen sipping on the drink.

However fans couldn’t spot the design on his right arm during his fight with Fury, leading to some to question if it was real.

One joked: “Tommy Fury must have given one hell of a punch last night… His tattoo fell off.”

A second wrote: “Jake Paul, what happened to your Au Vodka tattoo last night? It just disappeared.”

A third tweeted: “Where did it go?”

Another took a swipe at the company as they said: “Jake Paul’s tattoo did the exact same thing the labels on their bottles do, insane attention to detail in my opinion.”

A fifth commented: “Erm I’m watching the fight and all I’m thinking is where the f*** is the tattoo??”

Paul lost the boxing match by split decision with two out of the three judges scoring it 76-73 in Fury’s favour.

But he didn’t seem too phased by the result when he took to social media just hours later to reveal how much money he made from the event.

Paul posted a video on his Instagram story of himself switching from fake-crying to laughing with a caption that read: “When you lost but made (USD) $30m.”

This article originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission.

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