Rob Gronkowski Appearing on a Reality Dating Show with Rob Kardashian
New England Patriots’ tight end Rob Gronkowski has to be one of the most interesting characters the NFL has to offer. If I had to pinpoint one athlete who broke out and became a star in 2011, it would be Rob Gronkowski. Not only was his play on the field fantastic – in which he set a NFL record for touchdowns for a tight end – but his play off the field could be better.
Rob Gronkowski’s list of escapades isn’t a short one. He took to Twitter to prove he Gronk’d porn star Bibi Jones, showing the “actress” wearing nothing but a Rob Gronkowski jersey as he was shirtless. Then, after the Super Bowl, Rob Gronkowski took the the Indianapolis night scene, partying – once again shirtless – with other Patriots’ teammates. I’m guessing being drunk off his gourd allowed him to not feel any pain from his injured ankle. Then, while vacationing in Aruba, Rob Gronkowski possibly “hooked up” with a 16-year old girl. And lastly, the last time we heard about Rob Gronkowski was when he said he wanted to have sex with Tim Tebow… kinda.
So it comes as no surprise that Rob Gronkowski is going to take part in a new reality dating show called The Choice. It will be like all other blind dating shows – ridiculous – but if Rob Gronkowski is on it I am watching. I guess Rob Kardashian is going to appear on the show as well. I know nothing about Rob Kardashain (thank God), but it doesn’t surprised me another Kardashian wants to milk the reality industy even more.
Rob Gronkowski fascinates me. He is the complete opposite of Tim Tebow, and I love that about him. Rob Gronkowski just doesn’t care what you think about him. Rob Gronkowski is out to have fun, and why the hell not? He’s a stud (not that there’s anything wrong with that), he’s famous, he’s talented, and he’s young. When he’s 50, he is going to look back at these times and smile.
I only wish I could live 1/5 of the life Rob Gronkowski has lived. Instead, I’m just writing about how awesome he is.
Bryan is a featured writer for Rant Sports. Although he concentrates mostly on the game of baseball, you can find him covering things all over the Rant Sports Network.