“What the f*ck,” Patriots Hall of Famer Vince Wilfork reveals Bill Belichick’s unfiltered reaction to IMMENSE weight-loss regime

Vince Wilfork revealed what Bill Belichick is like in real life.

Vince Wilfork and Bill Belichick
Vince Wilfork and Bill Belichick

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is one of the best head coaches in the NFL. The veteran head coach has won it all and his longevity trumps all.

Former Patriots defensive tackle, Vince Wilfork revealed a hilarious interaction with Belichick after the player had lost a massive share of his body weight following retirement in 2017.

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Bill Belichick was shocked to see Vince Wilfork’s newfound physique

Vince Wilfork receiving his award - IMAGO/ Icon Sportswire
Vince Wilfork receiving his award – IMAGO/ Icon Sportswire

To elucidate a bit more on why the weight loss was significant, Vince Wilfork weighed about 325 pounds during his playing career. The 40-year-old made an appearance at Gillette stadium as he became the 32nd player to be inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame.

Vince Wilfork revealed that he met Belichick last year before their NFL fixture against the Miami Dolphins and it led Belichick to being amazingly shocked at his new physique.

Wilfork said, “Bill was being Bill. He was on his treadmill working out, and I was like, ‘I want to go see Coach,'” Wilfork recalled. “He’s on the treadmill working out, and I come in and he’s like, ‘What the f—?’ What??’

Bill Belichick
Bill Belichick

“And I’m trying to talk to him, and the only thing he (could) say was, ‘Oh my gosh, you look good! You look like you can still play.’ And I was like, ‘OK coach, listen, I just came to see you.’ He couldn’t stop saying how good I looked and everything.”

“I was one of those players who said, ‘No matter how old I get, I can play football.’ That was my mindset,” Wilfork said. “But I’m here to tell you that I can’t play. I’m officially retired from football. So don’t ask me to get in my stance. Don’t ask me … ‘Do I have one play in me?’ No. I’m just here for looks now.”

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Somdeb is a Football and NFL writer at FirstSportz since 2020. He has been interested in football since 2014 and is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Economics. He is an avid football and cricket fan and tries to channel his passion for the game into his writing,