ANDY RUIZ JR has had an enormous tattoo which covers his entire back and bum.
The Mexican-American shared a snap of his new artwork and fans were shocked by the 'amazing' shape the heavyweight is in.
Ruiz has had what looks like a sword-wielding Roman centurion tattooed on his back.
It is underneath his previous 'victorious' tattoo.
The soldier's elaborate armour can clearly be seen with it stretching down onto his right bum cheek.
And on his left one, there appears to be a human face in pain.
Ruiz shared a picture of him showing off the new ink on social media.
The 32-year-old is wearing just a black pair of boxers with his biceps flexed.
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He captioned the shot: "Back and cheeks done. Lol.
"Hahahaha. Thanks to my boy, @ish_tattoos."
Henry was one of several fans to reply and he commented on the typically large fighter's body shape.
He wrote: "Great to see the champ @Andy_destroyer1 looking so well!"
Ruiz loves tattoos.
Like his heavyweight rival Anthony Joshua, the Mexican-American brawler boasts several tatts dotted around his torso.
But what do all his tattoos mean?
SunSport dissected the body art – piece by piece – to understand the mindset of the man nicknamed 'The Destroyer'.
Ruiz was last in action in May against veteran heavyweight Chris Arreola and laboured to a unanimous decision victory over the 40-year-old.
Mexico's first heavyweight champion is itching to get back into the ring and is currently eying clashes with Adam Kownacki, Luis Ortiz and former IBF titleholder Charles Martin.
He told Fight Hype: “We’re looking at Adam Kownacki, he’s going to be fighting in October.
“There’s Charles Martin, Luis Ortiz. There’s a lot of guys out there for me. I just gotta stay busy and stay active.”
Ruiz's return is tentatively slated for December, although that's contingent on him landing an opponent.
He recently underwent surgery on his bothersome right knee but is on the road to recovery.
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