Ahead of tonight‘s (15 October) AEW Rampage and Saturday’s (16 October) AEW Dynamite shows Jorge Masvidal has been seen sporting what looks to be a tattoo on the right side of his face. As photos are shared online, fans are curious to know whether the face inking is real.
Jorge Masvidal displays new face tattoo
Chris Jericho, who is the leader of The Inner Circle, has since posted a screenshot of the video in promotion of the AEW weekend shows to his Twitter as his team goes ahead Masvidal and his American Top Team teammates.
In response to Jericho’s tweet, some fans have wondered if the teddy bear design on Masvidal face is a new tattoo:
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Is the face tattoo real?
Jorge Masvidal has not yet addressed his new face tattoo on his socials, so it is unknown whether it is actually real. However, the pictures of the inking shared online seem to picture the design to be blue/ purple, which could reflect the colour of a tattoo stencil.
Artists typically use a stencil of the design to visualise the placement of a tattoo. Therefore Masvidal’s inking seen in the video could either be a stencil or if it is real, it could just be a blue/purple inked tattoo.
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What other tattoos does he have?
Away from the confusion surrounding his face tattoo, Jorge Masvidal is seen to have three other inkings. Masvidal has the word Gamebred tattooed in cursive on the left of his neck, which references his nickname, Gamebred Fighter.
He also has two other tattoo’s on his arms, one on the inside of his lower right arm and the other on his left wrist.
The inking on his right arm is a red lip mark with his daughter’s name Ava written across whereas the other looks to be a sliced fruit or bowl, although there is not a clear picture of it on social media.