Tampa Bay Buccaneers superstar and recent Super Bowl 55 winner Rob Gronkowski is indeed already one of the best tight ends in NFL history, and will surely be inducted in the Hall of Fame once it’s all said and done.
He’s also known to be quite the party monster. To say that Gronk is the life of the party is a huge understatement.
The 5-time Pro-Bowler will always be the guy having the most fun in the room on any given day.
While the 31-year-old larger-than-life athlete has been partying like no tomorrow for most of his life, he saves the best ragers every time for whenever he wins a Super Bowl trophy.
Luckily for us Gronk fans, he now has four Vince Lombardi trophies to his name, after helping the Bucs dethrone the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV.
Before we take a look at how Gronk celebrated his latest championship, let’s recall the most unforgettable partying moments from all of Rob Gronkowski’s Super Bowl championship parades.
Super Bowl XLIX – 2015
You’ll never forget your first, and boy did Gronk go all out after his first championship with the New England Patriots. Gronk’s partying ways were well-documented even during his early years in the league. He definitely went “full Gronk” once he finally got a taste of the championship life at the expense of the Seattle Seahawks.
It’s not a Gronk party without some form of alcohol involved, and the 4-time First-Team All-Pro member made sure he had plenty on hand during the Pats’ duck boat parade.
The former University of Arizona standout chugged beer after beer with delighted fans in the streets of Boston.
Sporting a can’t-miss minion hat and a number “69” jersey, Gronk appropriately opened beer cans with his mouth, took Fireball shots, and sprayed champagne at the crowd. There was also a lot of dancing involved, as Gronk put that duck boat to work.
The party continued at Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and Spa, where of course, Gronk continued to bust his moves.
Super Bowl LI – 2017
While Gronk was unable to suit up in Super Bowl 51 against the Atlanta Falcons due to injury, it didn’t stop him from joining the parade and partying to his heart’s content once his team emerged victorious once more.
Wouldn’t be a Patriots parade without Gronk giggling at a 69 joke pic.twitter.com/yl2SQ4Gp9H
— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) February 7, 2017
The 6-foot-6 supreme athlete gave fans a “Gronking to remember”, as he paraded the streets shirtless with a WWE belt replica in hand.
— Rob Gronkowski (@RobGronkowski) February 7, 2017
He even showcased a modified version of the Gronk spike, using a newly-opened beer can instead of a football.
GRONK BEER SPIKE!!! pic.twitter.com/lhQ0MAbICr
— Steve Perrault (@Steve_Perrault) February 7, 2017
Even Rick Ross caught the Gronk fever, as Gronkowski revealed a hilarious story where the hip-hop artist puked multiple times behind the DJ booth during the festivities.
“I remember it,” Gronk said. “That was a classic, classic time, classic story right there. He ducked right under the table. I was like the only one who saw him go and I was just like ‘Whew.’ It was hilarious. I’ve never seen that before — someone just partying like that and just duck down.”
Super Bowl LIII — 2019
Gronk’s retirement was looming shortly after the Pats edged out the Los Angeles Rams in 2019. The after-party of his third and final championship in New England was actually rather mellow by Gronk standards.
But in true Gronk fashion, he made sure to leave one final dent (pun intended) in Patriots franchise history as a parting gift.
After celebrating their hard-earned Super Bowl victory at Fenway Park, for some reason, Gronk decided that it was a good idea to mess around with the coveted Vince Lombardi trophy. Perhaps inspired by the arena’s rich baseball culture, Gronk used the championship hardware as a makeshift bat to punt a curveball.
Here’s the end result, which left the Patriots’ sixth title in franchise history permanently disfigured.
Gronk did announce his retirement from football shortly after but it did not stop him from partying during Super Bowl LIV a year later. He hosted the ultimate rager dubbed as “GRONK BEACH” music festival on Feb. 1, 2020 at Miami Beach.
Super Bowl LV – 2021
A rejuvenated Rob Gronkowski unretired after a year away from the sport and couldn’t resist joining his good pal Tom Brady in Tampa Bay. It didn’t take long for that iconic duo to produce another Super Bowl ring and celebratory parade.
While Father Time has slowed down Gronk a bit on the field, it clearly hasn’t affected him off of it. The rowdy tight end was back to his jubilant ways after helping the Bucs conquer Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Gronk celebrated with how he knows best – with a dance party, of course.
The 2014 NFL Comeback Player of the Year had a willing dance partner this time around, as he was joined by his girlfriend Camille Kostek. The lovely pair jived on stage in the afterparty at the Florida Aquarium in Tampa, as rappers Ludacris and Migos performed for the crowd.
It’s clear that Rob Gronkowski brings the party with him wherever he goes. Buccaneers fans can only hope this won’t be their last Gronk party monster sighting.