Die Hard Boston Fan Has Such Faith the Celtics Will Win the 2022 NBA Finals He Already Has the Tattoo
Talk about bleeding and believing in green, he already has the tattoo!
Meet Jack Bienvenue, who goes to as many games as he can. How much do you think he loves the Boston Celtics? More importantly, could his belief and positive vibes truly be filling the universe enough that the Celtics are feeling his power of positive thinking as he manifests a 2022 NBA Championship for them?
All C's fans are riding this wave as Boston takes on San Francisco's Golden State Warriors over on the left coast. It took seven games against the Miami Heat, but Boston prevailed, and I'm convinced that Jack's tattoo helped.
Jack is an 18-year-old Cape Cod senior who has such faith and an incredible conviction in this season's Boston Celtics, so much so that he actually got this tattoo back in March.
He says he was sitting in math class and just had a vision that this was their year, so he got a replica championship banner tattooed on his arm that says, as you can see, Boston Celtics 2022 World Champions.
And yes, it's absolutely 100% real. Jack says that even though he jokes on Instagram that there's always laser surgery, his faith has never waivered. He says the second that happens, it's over. Jack says he knows people probably think he's an idiot for getting this tat, however, he says he just had to follow that gut feeling that we often ignore and then regret. And getting this tattoo prior to a win is the dedication he wants to show his team.
If the Celtics do win, they will break the tie of the most NBA Championships. Right now Boston and the Los Angeles Lakers are tied with 17 titles each, leading the league in championships. San Francisco has won five, with three of them having been in the last few years.
So let's do this shall we, and root for the Celtics and Jack's tattoo. We must all believe, as I guess it's a waiting game for all of us now.
PS: There will be at least two home games at TD Garden, and floor seats are going for up to $20,000 a pop.