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Tom Brady, the legendary NFL quarterback, recently found himself at the center of humor during Netflix’s “The Greatest Roast of All Time” event. Held at The Forum and part of the “Netflix Is A Joke Festival,” this three-hour special saw a gathering of top comedians, former teammates, and even Brady’s old coach delivering line after line of comedic jabs.

A Night of Laughs

From the onset, host Kevin Hart set the tone, declaring no topic off-limits. Hart tackled subjects ranging from Brady’s brief retirement to his personal life, including pointed jokes about Brady’s ex-wife, Gisele B√ľndchen. Hart humorously noted, “Gisele gave you an ultimatum. She said you retire or we’re done. When you got a chance to go 8-9 and all it will cost you is your wife and your kids, you’ve got to do what you’ve got to do,” highlighting the sacrifices Brady made for one more season in the NFL.

Nikki Glaser, another highlight of the evening, referred to the event as “the comedians’ Super Bowl,” emphasizing the competitive spirit that fueled the evening’s relentless roasts. The lineup did not hold back, bombarding Brady with more verbal blitzes than he might have experienced on the field.

Controversial Moments

Despite the overarching humorous tone, there were moments of tension. Comedian Jeff Ross made a controversial joke involving Patriots owner Robert Kraft and his past legal troubles with a Florida massage parlor, which visibly upset Brady. The interaction, caught by microphones, showed Brady confronting Ross, albeit the audience at The Forum remained unaware due to the focus on the stage antics.

Team Reunions

The event wasn’t just about roasting; it was also a reunion of sorts. Bill Belichick, who was fired from the Patriots earlier in the year, joined Kraft on stage for a reconciliatory shot, orchestrated by Hart. This gesture was symbolic of their past successes and the night’s theme of camaraderie overshadowing past frictions.

Belichick humorously claimed credit for the Patriots’ glory days with Brady, saying, “For all of you out there who think about who’s responsible for the Patriots’ success during the time Tom and I was together – was it Tom or me – in reality the truth of the matter was it was both of us because of me.” This light-hearted claim had the crowd and online viewers chuckling over the coach’s playful arrogance.

Brady Strikes Back

Not just the target, Brady also dished out some humor. Near the event’s end, he playfully questioned Belichick’s achievements post-Brady era, asking, “I’ve been out of the game for a minute, so I’m curious, how many Super Bowl rings have you won since I left?” This ribbing highlighted Brady’s own critical role during their shared tenure with the Patriots.

Preparation Pays Off

Before the roast, Brady was seen preparing his responses with a team, including advisors from Fox Sports, where he is slated to be an NFL analyst. This preparation was evident as he handled the night with grace and humor, reflecting his sportsmanship and ability to engage in self-deprecating humor.

Drew Bledsoe, Brady’s predecessor at the Patriots, admired Brady’s approach, noting the importance of having thick skin in their line of work. Bledsoe remarked on the everyday nature of roasting in sports environments, emphasizing that now the public could enjoy the laughs typically confined to locker rooms.

A Celebration of Greatness

Ultimately, the event was more than just jokes; it was a celebration of Tom Brady’s illustrious career and his enduring impact on American football. Kevin Hart summed it up best by saying, “You have to be able to laugh at yourself and I love that he is doing in this forum. It is a celebration of greatness and we are doing it in a fun way.”

This roast not only entertained but also showcased how figures like Brady manage to transcend sports, influencing broader cultural dialogues and enjoying moments of levity about their own legacies.

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