Drew Bledsoe Removes Tiger Woods From Notion Of Being Roasted On Netflix

There is much too much debate around the golf legend.

Drew Bledsoe Removes Tiger Woods From Notion Of Being Roasted On Netflix

After years of scandal in the golf legend’s life, Drew Bledsoe declared that Tiger Woods is off the list of people to roast on Netflix because he’s just too easy of a target. This may be the most devastating roast of all time.

Gisele Bundchen was reportedly left feeling very hurt by the remarks made about her, her children, and her ex-husband. Given that Tom Brady was the most recent victim of abuse, one can only picture the abuse that would be meted out to Woods for his alleged illicit relationship.

Drew Bledsoe informed Up and Adams, “Alright, man! I don’t think he can accomplish that. The amount of content is excessive. He’s been given a rough and tumble already.”

Throughout his career, Woods has dealt with a number of issues, but none have been as widely reported as the accusations of his extramarital affairs that surfaced in late 2009. Woods publicly apologized and acknowledged his infidelity after several women came out with allegations of having affairs with him.

August 2010, the dissolution of his marriage to Elin Nordegren was caused by the controversy, which severely damaged his reputation.

Afterwards, Woods was taken into custody in May 2017 in Florida on charges of DUI. Prescription medication was discovered in his system after he was discovered dozing off while operating his vehicle, according to toxicology findings.

Woods entered a program for diversion after attributing the incident to an unanticipated pharmaceutical reaction.

Woods is still regarded as one of the most important people in the golf industry despite these scandals, and people respect him for his skill and contributions to the game. Comedians don’t give a damn about his efforts to repair his public image, even though he still plays professional golf.

Who might flame as the next big star?

Along the way, Bledsoe considered names like Michael Jordan, Peyton Manning, Serena Williams, and Lionel Messi. He eventually crossed some of these players off the list due to their unique qualities or personalities, but Woods will never make the cut.

Yet Jordan turned out to be a desirable prospect; in fact, Bledsoe and Kay Adams considered including Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley on the list of those who destroyed the multibillionaire basketball legend.

If Jordan can get some time on the mic to vent about his feelings about individuals who are making fun of him, he could be the ideal fit because of his charisma, flair, and ability to respond to trash talk.

Indeed, he was the focus of the former Chicago Bulls‘ The Last Dance show, which highlighted his energy and inspired a number of internet jokes and memes emphasizing how the 61-year-old is a perfect fit for television.

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