Tom Brady Admits That He’s A Sore Loser, Talks About Being Salty During Press Conference After Losing To WFT

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Tom Brady admits that he isn’t fond of speaking to reporters after losses at this stage of his career.

Over the weekend, Brady went viral when he attempted to end a press conference after sixty seconds following a loss to WFT.

During the latest episode of the “Let’s Go!” podcast, Jim Gray asked the Bucs QB about his brief press conference appearance on Sunday and a candid Brady admitted that it’s tough for him to speak to reporters after tough losses because he’s still emotional about the game he just played.

“Yeah, I think that’s a real challenge for me, especially as I’ve gotten older because the expectations are so high,” “I think when you win it’s a relief and when you lose it’s a real disappointment. So sometimes you’re missing the joy in this and I have to be reminded of the joy of playing. And that takes a little perspective, but it’s hard when you’re in the fight.

“When you’re in the middle of the fight and it’s the seventh round of the fight, it’s hard to — you know — take a step back ’cause you feel like you’re still — you know — you want to go out there and slug it out again. So, you know, I wish there was a lot of great to come from losing and there is when you take a couple of days. But sometimes when you catch me on a Monday, you really piss me off. Just kidding, you don’t really piss me off.”