The NFL world was left heartbroken when the NFL GOAT Tom Brady bade his second and potentially ‘final’ goodbye to the football field as many felt without his majestic performance, the football field would never be the same.
However, the Las Vegas Aces owner decided to somewhat heal the broken heart of his beloved fans by heading back to the league as the minority owner of the Las Vegas Raiders. Besides football fans, the news ignited the excitement of UFC President Dana White and he expressed his eagerness regarding a potential collaboration with the legendary quarterback.
Dana White excited as Tom Brady is almost set to take on new ownership role!
Las Vegas hosts some of the biggest UFC fights, hence, it is commonplace for UFC honcho Dana White. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ former QB on the other hand, doesn’t usually go there often. However, after getting approval from the other NFL team owners as a minority owner of the Raiders with Mark Davis, he is expected to travel to the city more.
UFC President White is beaming with excitement believing this new venture will provide Brady with increased opportunities to spend time together.
“I think there’s gonna be more opportunity for us [himself and Brady] to hang out now… Now that he’s retired and a partner in the Raiders.”
Tom also came to terms with a 10–year, $375 million contract with Fox to become an analyst in 2023 before becoming Raiders owner. Despite him sharing snaps of spending time with his children and adopted cats after putting an end to his illustrious career, the UFC boss believes the 15-time Pro Bowl quarterback’s transition into retirement didn’t go well as he is having too much load on his shoulder now.
“He’s gonna be on the Fox broadcast now too. He’s transitioned into retirement not too well because he’s actually going to be busier now.”
White thinks Brady will bring his winning attitude to the Raiders
The 45-year-old QB established himself as the superhero for the next-generation football players and achieved multiple accolades in his career including 1 Comeback Player of the Year award, 2 Offensive Player of the Year awards, 3 MVP awards, and 5 Super Bowl MVP awards.
The 53-year-old close friend of the football prodigy believes the three-time MVP will bring his immense football acumen and winning nature to his newly bought team.
“Obviously I’m pumped about the news… Brady is a winner man, the guy is a winner, and winning is what he does. Having that kind of attitude and drive, everything else that he can bring to the Raiders and this city, I couldn’t be happier about it,” said Dana.
Widely respected for his leadership skills, commitment to the team, work ethic, and unmatched competitiveness, Tom has been established as an iconic figure in American football.
If he can translate his experiences into the football field as an owner, the Raiders fans could see great things from their team!