Roman Reigns has been absent from WWE since mid-March.
He's staying away during the coronavirus pandemic, refusing to put himself and his family - including newborn twins - at risk.
The Big Dog may be at home for now, but that hasn't stopped him getting some new ink.
He's known for sporting traditional Samoan tattoos and has added more work on his back thanks to artist Michael Fatutoa.
Fatutoa posted a video showing the impressive work he's done, which now covers half of Roman's back.
Check it out below:
Reigns' new tattoo looks great. Perhaps we'll see him ditch the flak jacket upon his return to show off the new artwork in the ring?
But don't get your hopes up for seeing him on TV anytime soon.
Reports this week suggest Roman is in 'no rush' to return to WWE and no one in the company is faulting him for it.
The man himself has also admitted he's not sure when he'll be back, but did state earlier this month that he misses performing for the fans.
"We're just going day by day, taking this thing how it comes," Reigns said of his return, per Wrestling Inc.
"It's... we're in weird times. These are brand new times for us, this is a new normal, and we're just trying to collect as much information and make the most educated choice possible.
"It's something that going forward will protect, like I said, my family and myself, but I definitely want to get out there.
"I definitely want to be back to normal, just performing for the fans. It's tough to be a performer who's not performing."
Reigns is a huge miss for WWE right now, but he's absolutely made the correct decision to stay away.
We're just looking forward to the day he does return, sporting that impressive new back tattoo as well.
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