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One more Tom Brady defender: Ric Flair demands everyone stop bothering the QB

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Ric Flair is a protector by nature, and that way of being has led him to become one of the best WWE wrestlers of all time, and that same personality makes it no surprise his attitude when it comes to talking about the problems experienced by current Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady.

The seven-time Super Bowl winner did not have his best game in the Buccaneers’ Week 2 victory over the New Orleans Saints last Sunday by a score of 20-10, he was seen making several mistakes and with a body language full of rage, which included, at one point, throwing a Tablet on the floor violently destroying it completely.

Tom Brady on facing Saints: It’s just a tough, hard-nosed team

Criticism of Tom Brady for his personal problems

Before this situation, many fans and media have criticized Brady for not being focused on football, all this after several press reports have reported the marital problems he has with his wife Gisele Bndchen and that the Brazilian top model would have left the quarterback after a dispute over the decision of the former New England Patriots player to stay for his 23rd season after announcing his retirement to spend more time with his family.

“I Would Suggest EVERYONE Get Off @TomBrady’s A** And Applaud Him!!!”, Flair tweeted. “His Personal Life Is His Business!!! NOT YOURS! To Judge, Comment On, Or Laugh About Makes You All Look Bad!!!! So Disrespectful @espn! He’s The GOAT!”.

Ric Flair happy with Mike Evans’ attitude

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Flair invited people to talk about what Brady does on the field and forget about what he does off the field and also applauded the attitude of receiver Mike Evans, who was ejected and then suspended one game for violently shoving Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore, who was in a heated argument with the 45-year-old.

“@MikeEvans13_ “!!! My MAN!!! Much Respect! WOOOOO!”, Flair said.

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