HOLLYWOOD will have a new favourite Beckham if the Rams win the Super Bowl.
Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr joined Los Angeles in November after being axed by Cleveland Browns.
Beckham became an overnight superstar when he pulled off an outrageous one-handed grab while falling backwards in a 2014 game for New York Giants against Dallas Cowboys.
And the 29-year-old has an equally impressive tattoo collection to match his amazing hands and electric speed.
Super Bowl bound Beckham is said to have as many as 86 pieces of art on his body with all different meanings.
There are a number of portraits including of inspirational political figures Barack Obama, Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X.
Also featured are music legends such as Michael Jackson, Prince, Tupac Shakur and Bob Marley.
Beckham is also clearly a fan of iconic sports moments.
He has the iconic Sports Illustrated cover when Mike Tyson bit Evander Holyfield’s ear inked on his torso.
And there’s also room for late greats Muhammad Ali and Kobe Bryant.
Some of his other tattoos include a cross to pay tribute to his faith and the Roman numerals of his mum and dad’s birthdays.
Celebrity New York artist Bang Bang recently wrote ‘I am who I am’ on his neck and drew out the Hollywood sign and San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge on his back.
Beckham also has the New York skyline on his body and a famous Martin Luther King Jr quote.
It reads: “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands at moments of comfort and convenience but where he stands at the times of challenge and controversy.”
Tat-enthusiast Beckham was traded to the Browns in 2019 but his Cleveland hell ended last November and he moved to LA.
The 29-year-old has joked about being related to ex-England captain David Beckham and met his icon in 2015 during his time in New York.
Odell said: “I got to meet one of my childhood idols since I could ever remember.
“It was a pretty surreal moment for me, meeting a guy who I’ve clowned about being a relative of all this time.
“He told me he’s been keeping up with me and just to keep up the family name.”
Beckham, who spent a year recovering after torn knee ligaments, added: “It is a great feeling to be here at this moment but the job is not finished.
“I just came back from ACL surgery. Each and every day, finding small wins and having to sit out the first game, everything that’s happened – it’s been a long run.
“I just want to find a way to take advantage and call myself a world champion.”