NFL star Adam Gotsis reveals crazy three-foot tattoo on his back and BUM ahead of new Jaguars season | The Sun

NFL star Adam Gotsis reveals crazy three-foot tattoo on his back and BUM ahead of new Jaguars season | The Sun

June 22, 2022

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS star Adam Gotsis looks more than ready for the NFL season after showing off his dramatic new body art.

The Australian defensive lineman, 29, has undergone an epic body transformation after revealing the stunning ink which covers his entire back and buttocks.

The incredible tattoo is of a Japanese Hannya mask and is supposed to signify wisdom and good luck.

Super-skilled tattoo artist JB was flown to Gotsis' Florida pad all the way from Denver to create the piece.

And the Colorado-based inker was more than impressed with the NFL star's pain threshold during the grueling sessions.

He told the US Sun: "He sat like a beast, no complaints at all!"

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The huge tatt – which measures over three feet in length – took more than 24 long hours to finish.

Gotsis had to endure two lengthy 12-hour sessions to complete the mask, which was sketched out beforehand by JB.

The tattoo artist continued: "His back piece was definitely a challenge.

"He flew me out to his house in Florida and wanted me to do a full complete back piece in two days.

"So after we decided what he wanted to do and what picture he wanted, we started the work.

"The first day was a 12 hour session straight through, so we decided to sleep for six hours then rest.

"The next day we did another back-to-back 12 hours more!"

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After the marathon session, Gotsis will have to stay upright and sleep on his front for the next seven days while the wounds heal.

But he'll be back on his feet ready to link up with Jacksonville for their pre-season training camps.

The Jaguars head into the new NFL campaign looking to bounce back from four-consecutive losing seasons.

They took Travon Walker as first overall pick in this year's NFL Draft and begin their challenge on September 11 against Washington Commanders.

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