Tom Brady and Michael Jordan are for a lot of the two most consultant American athletes in historical past, a minimum of so far as workforce sports activities are involved, it’s not possible to disclaim the comparability between the two on the area, born winners, leaders of their groups, successful mentality to check the whole lot, nevertheless, it’s till now that they is also matched in a single facet of his private life.
The abrupt separation that has been reported between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback and his spouse, Brazilian high mannequin Gisele Bündchen, has putting similarities with the divorce that “Air Jordan” suffered from his first spouse Juanita Vanoy.
What was Michael Jordan’s divorce like?
Juanita and MJ married in 1989 and the couple lived collectively the six NBA championships of the legendary Chicago Bulls participant, the curious reality is that the first divorce try between the two was in 2002, when Jordan was in his final season with his second workforce, the Washington Wizards, a mind-blowing similarity as it’s believed that this will likely be Brady’s final marketing campaign with his second workforce, the Buccaneers.
However, Juanita and Jordan reconciled earlier than finalizing that divorce, nevertheless, irreconcilable variations ended up making 4 years later, in 2006, this couple lastly ended their relationship, turning into the most onerous divorce settlement in the historical past of the leisure business at the moment, the well-known #23 needed to pay $168 million
Will Tom Brady expertise the identical destiny in his first marriage as Michael Jordan?
There is theory that Bündchen doesn’t wish to return to Brady as a consequence of the quarterback’s remorse after his retirement announcement at the starting of this offseason with the intention of spending extra time with his household and kids, it has additionally been reported that the seven-time Super Bowl winner is searching for reconciliation and that the 11-day absence from coaching camp could be associated to this battle of curiosity.