Before the 2018-19 NFL season, questions surrounded New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, now 41, about his future on the gridiron and if he could lead his team to yet another Super Bowl.
He’s one game away.
Brady and Co. will face the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship on Sunday (Jan. 20) inside Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, with the winner moving on to play the Los Angeles Rams, who beat the New Orleans Saints on Sunday in overtime.
And the Patriots biggest fan wants the haters to take it up the ass.
“Everybody was talking shit this year,” UFC President Dana White told TMZ. ”Everybody was talking, ‘Oh, he should retire. Oh, the Patriots suck, they can’t win a game.’ We’re heading into another AFC Championship and if we win I think that’s eight straight AFC Championships. And, it’s a record and he’s going to another Super Bowl. So, shut up!! He’s shoving it up all the haters’ asses one more time and I love it.”
Chiefs will enter the game as a three-point favorite.