Kailin Curran’s 6 Tattoos & Their Meanings

One of the most popular and accomplished fighter Kailin Curran competes in the Strawweight but now has signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. She became famous in 2010 and till now has made a record of 4 wins. Kailin has a huge fan following especially because of her body inks. Let us explore her body inks.

Kailin Curran

1. ‘Psalm 91:’  Tattoo


Tattoo: The center of Kailin Curran’s chest contains a tattoo of phrase from holy bible that reads,’The will of God will never take you Where the grace of God will not protect you’ is inked on it.

Meaning: The phrase framed on Curran’s chest is the part of Psalm 91 which means that God is there forever to protect you, there is no place where God cannot find you.

2. ‘Boyfriend’s Name’ Tattoo

Kailin Curran Left Leg Tattoo

Tattoo: The upper side of Kailin Curran’s left leg contains a tattoo of her boyfriend’s name,’ Keanu’. It was all a love at first sight story which happened when they first saw each other in Hawaii.

3. ‘Traditional Peacock Design’ Tattoo

Kailin Curran Right Hand Initial tattoo

Kailin Curran Right Hand Tattoo

Kailin Curran Right Hand Tattoo

Tattoo: The back of Kailin Curran’s right hand is covered with a tattoo of a peacock that contains tribal traditional designs extending to her fingers. The tattoo symbolizes immortality and generosity in life.

4. ‘Tribal Design’ Tattoo

Kailin Curran Left Hand Tattoo

Tattoo: The upper side of Kailin Curran’s left hand is tattooed with a personalized tribal tattoo representing the structure of tribe men.

5. ‘Feather And Birds’ Tattoo

Kailin Curran Left Arm Inside Tattoo

Kailin Curran Left ARm Inside Tattoo

Tattoo: The inner side of Kailin Curran’s left arm contains a tattoo of a feather that is dispersing into kids and birds inked near the feather itself.

Meaning: The tattoo symbolizes freedom and love for traveling.

6. ‘Tribal Flower’ Tattoo

Kailin Curran Right Arm Bicep Tattoo

Tattoo: The backside of Kailin’s right bicep contains a tribal flower ink which is considered to be the bringer of happiness.

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