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    Dana White Ready To Live It Up in Vegas With Tom Brady

    Count UFC President Dana White as a big fan of Tom Brady becoming a minority owner of the Las Vegas Raiders.

    Since announcing his retirement from the NFL earlier this year, seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady has stayed busy off the field. With multiple companies, a future in broadcasting, and helping mentor the next wave of young quarterbacks, Brady is making the most of life after football. However, it didn’t take long for Brady to return to football — only this time, not as a player.

    Dana White Happy Tom Brady Is in Vegas

    Earlier this month, Brady successfully purchased minority ownership in the Las Vegas Raiders. The deal is not fully done until a vote from at least 24 NFL owners pushes him through. Still, it’s a great investment on Brady’s end that could benefit the Raiders by having his knowledge and presence around the organization.

    Of course, one big-name individual in sports is excited to have Brady in Vegas and ready to make plans to meet up. UFC president Dana White has already mentioned that he can’t wait to hang out with Brady once his deal with Vegas is official.

    “I think there’s more opportunity for us to hang out now that he’s around more in Vegas. I don’t know about working,” White mentioned to TMZ reporters.

    The two have been good friends for a while, as Brady is an investor in UFC. White has already been one of Brady’s biggest supporters in the quarterback’s recent move and believes that Brady can help the Raiders get back on track.

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    “At the end of the day, Brady’s a winner. The guy’s a winner. Winning is what he does. Having that kind of attitude and drive, and everything else he can bring to the Raiders and this city, I couldn’t be happier about it,” White said.

    If all goes well and the 24 votes are there, Brady will join an organization with familiar faces in head coach Josh McDaniels, general manager Dave Ziegler, and former teammates Jimmy Garoppolo, Chandler Jones, Jakobi Meyers, and Phillip Dorsett.

    If Garoppolo’s injury is a serious concern, then No. 12 can suit back up again. I’m sure White would support that decision as well.

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