Tattoo bets? Pffft.
Wallace Gilberry -- defensive end for the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals -- will do you one better and put the slips to his beautiful $300,000 Phantom Rolls Royce on Alan Belcher knocking out Michael Bisping in the first round of their upcoming middleweight bout at UFC 159, which is set to pop off on April 27, 2013 in Newark, New Jersey.
The challenge is as follows, "Bis-pang," should you choose to accept it:
"Word on the street is that this Bisping guy, Bispang, or whatever his name is, has been running his mouth. This (Belcher) is my guy right here and I don't appreciate it. So, I hear you guys have a tattoo bet that when he knocks you out, you got to get the Johnny Cash. Well, by this being my guy, we're gonna up the bet. You see what we're sitting in, a $300,000 car. You knock my man out, we got the slips, and I'm sure you got something to that value, so you put your slips up or whatever tickles my fancy, and I'll put the Phantom up. You knock my man out in the first round, it's yours. Word is bond, Mr. Bisping."
I believe the word we're looking for here is "ballsy."
"The Talent" recently upped the stakes for the 185-pound match up telling "The Count" he would get a British flag tatted on his chest should Bisping manage to take him out in the first five minutes of the fight.
Should the brash Brit take Belcher up on his offer, then he would have to get a tattoo of Johnny Cash on his arm should he be the one stopped in the first round.
Bisping has yet to take up any of the offers, but, something tells me if "The Count" decides to take Gilberry up on the bet, he can afford to do so.