Tom Brady receives a special invitation

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Tom Brady receives a special invitation

Tom Brady is unanimously recognized as the greatest quarterback in NFL history. His extraordinary athleticism and his formidable charisma have allowed him to win everything and to transcend football, becoming an icon throughout the world.

In the latest edition of 'WWE The Bump', Cody Rhodes expressed his desire to see Brady at WrestleMania 39: “I was shocked when I learned the news of Tom's permanent retirement, but we know that day comes for all athletes sooner or later.

I would very much like to see him at Wrestlemania 39, I think he can find his way into WWE. His future could be here, I'm not kidding”.

Cody Rhodes opens up on Tom Brady

Former New England Patriots star Tom Brady has just announced his retirement at the age of 45, after experiencing a last season with more shadows than lights (especially at the team level).

As for Cody Rhodes, the WWE Universe witnessed his highly anticipated return at Royal Rumble 2023. 'The American Nightmare', who had been out for several months with a torn pectoral muscle, was awarded the men's brawl royal and will fight for the world title at WrestleMania 39.

The former AEW star has proven to be one of the biggest talents around and has long been pursuing dreams of becoming world champion. Interviewed by Ariel Helwani for 'BT Sports', Cody provided a very important update on his fitness: "I've worked hard these past months to be able to get back in the ring as soon as possible and I want to thank everyone who has helped me along this path.

The truth is, I'm not fully healed yet. I wanted to be there at all costs and WWE was very good to me. My rehabilitation journey is not finished, I will have to do other therapies in the coming weeks. The pectoral muscle injury also forced me to change my training." We remind you that the 39th edition of WrestleMania will be held on April 1 and 2 at SoFi Stadium.

Former Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes recently revealed that former WWE CEO Vince McMahon was prepared to call off his Hell in a Cell match against Seth Rollins. "I wasn't going to have it any other way. I had to have the match at least.

It [the medical exam] was simple, it was completely torn, there was nothing else that could happen to it. [Vince] knew I wasn't going to take 'no.' I had a great conversation with him and he was really clear about, 'Hey man, if you're struggling out there, we've got to call it,'" Rhodes said.