Tom Brady Will Be Roasted in Live Netflix Special Hosted by Kevin Hart: 'No Helmets, No Mercy'

"A surprise team of roasters from the comedy, sports and entertainment world" will join Hart for the May 5 event

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  • Tom Brady will be roasted at a Netflix event next month

  • The Roast of Tom Brady airs May 5, live and unedited, from the Kia Forum in L.A.

  • Kevin Hart will host the special, which is set to feature “a surprise team of roasters from the comedy, sports and entertainment world," the streaming service said

The G.O.A.T. is getting skewered!

In a first-ever live, unedited roast, Tom Brady will face a hilarious panel of critics in a Netflix special next month, the streaming service announced on Monday, April 22.

Kevin Hart will host what’s being billed as “The Greatest Roast of All Time” — The Roast of Tom Brady —  which airs on May 5. The special will feature “a surprise team of roasters from the comedy, sports and entertainment world,” Netflix said in a news release.

The event is part of "Netflix is a Joke Fest" and will be streamed live on Netflix from the Kia Forum in Los Angeles.

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In a trailer promoting the unprecedented roast, Brady, 46, is seen walking away from L.A.’s iconic Forum as the building is jokingly set on fire.

“The man. The arena. The Roast of Tom Brady,” Hart says in a voiceover. “No helmets. No mercy. No Brady Rule.”

“No f---in’ problem,” Brady deadpans to the camera, as the arena behind him explodes.

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For the seven-time Super Bowl champ — who is set to segue into a broadcasting career as an NFL analyst later this year — having a sense of humor about his place in history and his myriad accomplishments is still part of his game.

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In a BetMGM commercial which aired during the Super Bowl in February, Brady was in on the joke when he was told he couldn’t wager on the sports betting app.

“BetMGM is for everyone that loves sports betting, everyone, but Tom Brady,” pitchman Vince Vaughn joked in the ad.

"Wait, what did I do?” an incredulous Brady asked, to which the actor replied: “The truth is, you’ve won too much, Tom, you let others have their turn.”

All of which will happen when the tables are turned on the father of three in the upcoming special, which is executive produced by Brady, Hart, Casey Patterson, Jeff Ross and Jeff Clanagan for Hartbeat.

“I’m unroastable,” Brady says in the trailer. “Let’s go!”

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