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Bill Belichick roasts Tom Brady for ‘butting his head’ while taking aim at the former quarterback’s relegated football team, Birmingham City and Apple’s Dynasty.

  • Belichick attacked Apple documentary and his former players
  • He even made fun of Brady’s recently purchased football team, Birmingham City.
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A “surprise” appearance by former New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick stole the show during the Netflix roast of Tom Brady.

Belichick was introduced by Will Ferrell (who played his character Ron Burgundy) and came out to a song adjacent to the Star Wars Imperial March.

“Ron Burgundy, the only member of the media I respect,” Belichick joked before entering his set.

“There are a lot of mean things said about Tom tonight, I wonder why they invited me,” Belichick said.

When he got into things, he joked about Birmingham City – the English soccer team Brady bought – as well as Brady’s friend and dietitian Alex Guerrero.

Bill Belichick took some shots at Apple and his former players during the Tom Brady roast

Bill Belichick took some shots at Apple and his former players during the Tom Brady roast

“Seriously, I’m so honored to be here for the Tom Brady roast on Netflix…not to be confused with the 10-part roast of Bill Belichick during the Apple TV documentary.”

That’s a reference to “The Dynasty,” an Apple TV documentary that appeared to be negative in its portrayal of Belichick.

The coach then turned his attention to his former tight end, Rob Gronkowski, and brought up an old mantra they used: “Do your job.”

‘Gronk, I watched you Sunday on Fox NFL. And I’m begging you, please, stop doing your job,” Belichick said to applause.

Then, of course, he turned to Brady: “People say Tom and I clashed a lot,” Belichick began. “It was hard going against Tom because he was so far up Alex Guerrero’s ass.”

He then burned down Birmingham City, who were recently confirmed for relegation after a poor season. “For those who don’t know English football… let me tell you in English: they suck. It’s not that easy to manage a team, is it Tom?

Belichick concluded: “For all of you thinking about who is responsible for the success of the Patriots during the time Tom and I were there. Was it Brady? Was it me? Was it Brady? Was it me? In reality, the truth is that it was both of us…because of me.

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