— I made my first tattoo at 18 years old. It made sense that the kenji was the first. Because he doesn't represente only Kyokushin, he represents above all my father. There is a triskele right behind, which represents the family, my family. It's a tribute to my parents, my brother and sisters, but also to my kyokushin family, who has always brought me a lot.
For others, I have an inscription in Viking language on the wrist, the deathly hollow on the neck, doves on the shoulder, a marine ink on the ankle, and the last one is my last name in Viking language with the symbol of Celtic infinity in the back. All my tattoos have a story, my story.