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Permanent name tags for athletes

Byron Mullens (source)
Byron Mullens (source)

What would you do in the event that you forgot your name? Your sports team? Even your initials? Well, if you take advice from many professional athletes, you may want to get that information permanently inked on your body. 

“How else do you explain their names and team logos irreversibly etched onto their bodies? A testament to narcissism? A lack of knowledge on transfers and free agency? We’ll go with forgetfulness,” Gavin Evans at Complex Sports wrote in his recent article.

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Evans put together an entire gallery featuring athletes that reasoned their way into getting their names tattooed on their bodies.

To view the gallery click here. 

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