Tom Brady is widely regarded as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quarterback has seven Superbowl rings to his name. Although Brady started his career with the New England Patriots, he changed teams in 2020 to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and won the Superbowl that year.

However, this season has been far from good for Tom Brady. While his marriage is falling apart off the field, his performance on the field has dropped. Although the Buccaneers are on top of the AFC South Division, fans have been quick to criticize Tom Brady’s performance with many believing this season to be his last.

While fans have been critical of Tom Brady. Ric Flair has shown his support. On a recent episode of his To Be The Man podcast, Ric Flair blasted fans for picking on Tom Brady. He even further stated that Brady isn’t playing football and said that Mike Evans can’t catch.

“In Europe, you never get old. You become more revered. Over here, you can have one bad day, throw one bad pitch and you’re the worst player…They’re picking on Brady. Brady is not playing bad football. Mike Evans can’t catch.”


The Nature Boy continued to say that he is standing up for Tom Brady and said that fans can’t disrespect seven Superbowl rings.

“I’m standing up for Tom, baby. You can’t throw any disrespect at seven damn Super Bowl rings. And [Aaron] Rodgers cannot catch the ball that he’s throwin at two receivers. Jesus how many balls can these guys drop?”

Ric Flair’s comments came before Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 35-7 loss against the San Fransisco 49ers. Therefore, it will interesting to see if Flair’s opinions have changed following the match. Stay tuned to Ringside News as we keep you updated on this story as it develops.

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