Tom Brady is left stunned by MASSIVE painting of his NFL career highlights, as future Hall of Famer is placed on Mount Rushmore with Lionel Messi, Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods
- Tom Brady was gifted with a huge painting at a business conference
- And the former Patriots and Bucs quarterback was taken aback
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Tom Brady was left stunned over the weekend when he was gifted with a massive painting of his career highlights at a business conference.
Brady spoke at ‘The Vault,’ hosted by Patrick Bet-David, and the entrepreneur unveiled a huge artwork for the seven-time Super Bowl winner towards the end of his appearance.
Bet-David said he wanted to encapsulate Brady’s best memories in one painting, and instructed him to turn his back to it while the crowd reacted to it first.
Brady then turned around to see the painting, done by artist Brent Hale, which included moments from his Super Bowl wins, his Michigan days and the 46-year-old and his family.
The painting even included a Mount Rushmore with Brady, Lionel Messi, Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods.
Tom Brady was left stunned when he received a massive painting as a gift this weekend
The painting included a Mount Rushmore with Brady, Lionel Messi, Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods
The former Patriots and Bucs star was taken aback by the gesture, thanking Bet-David multiple times and calling the work ‘spectacular.’
Brady, who retired from the NFL for a second and final time in February, made his on-air Fox Sports debut after signing a 10-year, $375million deal with the network.
Brady briefly popped up on the screens of college football fans when he featured in a promotional video hyping up his alma mater Michigan on Fox Big Noon Kickoff on Saturday and sent a message to other rival teams.
‘Look guys, I hate to ruin this for everyone else, but this is Michigan’s year,’ said the former quarterback.
‘We’re coming off two back-to-back Big 10 titles, two Ohio State beatdowns…sorry Urban [Meyers]…look coach Harbaugh’s got all the key pieces back. He’s got a blue chip quarterback in J.J. McCarthy, a two-headed monster in the backfield and we’ve got a loaded defense.
Brady was drafted 199th overall out of Michigan in the 2000 NFL Draft.