Jennifer Flavin, Sylvester Stallone's wife of 25 years, had filed for divorce in late August, and one of the main indicators that there was disagreement between the couple was Stallone covering up a tattoo of Flavins' face on his shoulder. In that spot, Stallone now has the face of Butkus, his late dog from the first two Rocky films. However, in the midst of the separation, it was revealed that Stallone almost replaced the Flavins' face with a DC Comic
Mike DeVries, the guy who gave Sylvester Stallone the tattoo of Jennifer Flavins face years ago and a host of other tattoos, told People that the Rambo actor approached him last year to discuss transforming the Flavin tattoo into a certain Themysciran princess.
Because last year he emailed me and called me, and we discussed morphing Jennifer Flavin into [Wonder Woman].
Sylvester Stallone has been wanting to change his Jennifer Flavin tattoo for a while rather than on a whim, but eventually it was decided that Wonder Woman would not be a suitable replacement for the darker portion of Flavins hair, as all of the dog's hair would just shine through. DeVries was ultimately the tattoo artist who replaced Flavin with Butkus, but he described the dog's design as appealing way back when.
Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin have announced their separation because to Flavin's legal team, which has alleged that he concealed certain financial assets during the proceedings. Stallone has since replied that his claims of excessive spending money are untrue.
There was an indication that things were not going well between Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin back in early August. Fans noticed when they looked closely at the photos that Flavin wasn't wearing her wedding ring. While Flavin was seen wearing the ring in June, she and Stallone have decided that their marriage isn't working anymore. They are going their separate ways.
While we wait for further information on Sylvester Stallone's divorce proceedings, the former can currently be seen leading the superhero film Samaritan, which may be viewed with an Amazon Prime subscription on November 13th. He'll reprise Barney Ross in the sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.