Rob Gronkowski, superstar of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and winner of Super Bowl 55, is among the best teams in NFL history and will no doubt be inducted into the Hall of Fame when all is said and done.
He is also known as the party monster. To say that Gronck is the life of the party is a major understatement.
The five-time professional bowler will always be the funniest guy in the room, no matter what the day.
While the 31-year-old, who has the most lives, has spent most of his life hanging around as if nothing had happened, he saves the rain from above every time he wins a Super Bowl.
Fortunately for us Gronk fans, he now has four Vince Lombardi trophies to his name after helping the Bucs topple the Kansas City Chiefs in the LV Super Bowl.
Before we look at how Gronk celebrated his last championship, let’s review the most memorable party moments from all the parades of Rob Gronkowski’s Super Bowl championship.
Super Bowl XLIX – 2015
You never forget that first time and you remember how Gronk fared after his first championship with the New England Patriots. Gronk’s meeting places are well documented from his early years in the league. He definitively became a “total Gronk” when he finally got to taste the championship air at the expense of the Seattle Seahawks.
It’s not a Gronckle party without alcohol, and the four-time First-Team All-Pro member made sure there was plenty in the Pats’ duck parade.
The former University of Arizona star drank beer after beer with adoring fans on the streets of Boston.
Wearing an undershirt and jersey number “69,” Gronk opened beer cans with his mouth, fired shots and sprayed the crowd with champagne. There was also much dancing as Gronk launched the canoe.
The party continued at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and Spa, where of course Gronk kept moving.
Super Bowl LI – 2017.
Although an injury prevented Gronk from attending Super Bowl 51 against the Atlanta Falcons, that did not stop him from participating in the parade and cheering his team to a standstill after their victory.
The Patriots parade wouldn’t be a parade without Gronk chuckling over 69 anecdotes pic.twitter.com/yl2SQ4Gp9H
– Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) February 7, 2017
The 6-foot-2 athlete gave fans a “Gronking to Remember” as he walked shirtless through the streets wearing a replica WWE belt.
The fans were screaming in anger at the parade! So guess what I had to do! Give the best fans what they wanted!!! @gggronko @GordieGronk pic.twitter.com/y1YiqdiX8D
– Rob Gronkowski (@RobGronkowski) February 7, 2017
He even showed a modified version of the Gronk spade, using a freshly opened beer can instead of a soccer.
GRONK BEAR SPIKE !!!! pic.twitter.com/lhQ0MAbICr
– Steve Perrault (@Steve_Perrault) February 7, 2017.
Even Rick Ross was infected with Gronk’s Fever, while Gronkowski told a hilarious story about how the hip-hop artist threw up behind the DJ booth several times during the festivities.
“I remember,” Mr. Gronk said. “It was a classic story, a classic time, a classic story. He dove right under the table. I was the only one who saw him go, and I thought, ‘Phew! That was hilarious. I’ve never seen that before – someone hanging around and diving”.
Super Bowl LIII – 2019
Gronk’s retirement began shortly after the Pats eliminated the 2019 Los Angeles Rams. The after-party of his third and final championship in New England was actually pretty mediocre by Gronk’s standards.
But like Gronk, he made sure to leave one last bump (pun intended) in the history of the Patriots franchise as a parting gift.
After celebrating a hard-earned Super Bowl victory at Fenway Park, Gronk decided it would be good to play with Vince Lombardi’s coveted trophy. Perhaps inspired by the arena’s rich baseball culture, Gronk used the champion’s equipment as a makeshift curveball bat.
Here is the end result that forever stains the Patriots’ sixth title in franchise history.
Shortly thereafter, Gronk announced his retirement, but that didn’t stop him from having fun at Super Bowl LIV a year later. On February 1, 2020, he hosted a music festival called GRONK BEACH in Miami Beach.
Super Coupe LV – 2021
The rejuvenated Rob Gronkowski returned from a year of sports retirement and couldn’t resist joining his good friend Tom Brady in Tampa Bay. Soon the iconic duo were pulling another Super Bowl ring and parade.
Although Father Time Gronck slowed down a bit on the field, it clearly didn’t affect his side. The band resumed its usual jubilation after the Bucs’ victory over Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Gronck celebrated with what he does best – a dance, of course.
This time, the 2014 NFL Player of the Year had a volunteer dance partner, as he was joined by his girlfriend Camille Kostek. The handsome couple jumped on stage during an after-party at the Florida Aquarium in Tampa, while rappers Ludacris and Migos performed for the crowd.
It’s clear that Rob Gronkowski brings the party with him wherever he goes. Buccaneer fans can only hope that this is not the last time the monsters of Gronkowski’s party will be seen.