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Brock Lesnar's tattoo comes to life
When New York-based artist Jimmy DiResta decided he wanted to make something special for the WWE Universe, he went all out.
A DIY wizard who has been seen on the Discovery Channel and HGTV, DiResta specializes in creating some seriously dangerous weaponry. So it should come as no surprise that he turned to one of the most dangerous WWE Superstars in history, Brock Lesnar, for inspiration. Looking to add to his unique arsenal, DiResta took the giant sword tattooed on The Beast Incarnate’s chest and brought it to life.
"When I saw Brock's tattoo, it jumped out at me," DiResta told WWE.com. “I had to make it.”
Seriously, DiResta actually made the sword in his workshop. Check it out, it’s really incredible.