Eddie Hall showed off his new tattoo after losing to Hafthor Bjornsson in the boxing ring.
Hall was dropped twice in the Dubai fight as Thor earned a unanimous decision victory in the six-round exhibition.
The two former World’s Strongest Men have settled their rivalry following a bitter feud that began in 2017.
After a tense fight week where they nearly came to blows, they fought in the ring with The Mountain reigning victorious.
The pair buried the hatchet somewhat after the fight and Hall promised to keep his word to get his opponent’s name tattooed, although it was never written into the contracts.
Posting a video on YouTube, Hall said: “Here she is. The strongest man in the world – Hafthor Julius Bjornsson. Could you have had a longer name, Thor?
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“I can see the fun side of it. It’s like that. It means that ultimately the rematch, if it’s there, will happen and I’m a man of my word.
“I did everything I said I would do. I can’t wait to see the sequel. At least it’s not as bad as being a bad loser.
“I can take a loss as a man, unlike some people.”
Hall reiterated his desire for a rematch with Thor even though he said it was time to move on.
And The Mountain is happy to step back into the ring with The Beast.
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