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Fan's love for the Chiefs is written all over his body

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Just a few of Dalton Meeks' Kansas City Chiefs-inspired tattoos. Just a few of Dalton Meeks' Kansas City Chiefs-inspired tattoos.
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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -

There are Kansas City Chiefs fans and there are Chiefs fans. And one man wears his fandom on his sleeve, literally.

"There has never been a fan like me," said Kansas City native Dalton Meeks.

No one is arguing with the man either.

"It is my dream to be the greatest fan that's ever lived," he said.

If Meeks hasn't achieved that goal, he has to be pretty close. The lifelong Chiefs fan has eight different Chiefs tattoos all over his body.

It all began in a very simple way.

"I looked at my girlfriend and said I wanted to get a tattoo today," Meeks said.

Since then his body has become a shrine to the team with the most eye-catching being on the back of his head. It features a large skull wearing a Native American headdress with an arrowhead and the Chiefs logo.

"They had my head pinned down for like five hours," Meeks said.

Meeks says his body artwork is a reflection of his firm belief in his team and its management. He believes good things are on the way for the Chiefs.

"I believe in those guys. We're going to be Super Bowl caliber, I just know it," he said.

That's why the true believer wants to show his fandom for the whole world to see.

Meeks grew up in Kansas City, but recently moved to Los Angeles for a new job. He hopes to be a coach in the National Football League someday and, with all of his tattoos, it had probably better be for the Chiefs.

Camp starts for the team in just 16 days.

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