WWE icon John Cena has lent his voice to a New England Patriots Hall of Fame induction video celebrating the life and career of NFL legend Tom Brady.

Widely regarded as the greatest quarterback of all time, Brady played 20 seasons with the New England Patriots and his final three years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The 46-year-old is a seven-time Super Bowl Champion and is the only player in NFL history to win the Big Game across three decades. Brady is also a five-time Super Bowl MVP and a three-time NFL MVP, among other accolades.

You can hear Cena narrate Brady's Hall of Fame video in the clip below.

Brady received his rightful place in the Patriots' Hall of Fame this week and it was confirmed that his #12 jersey number has been retired. At a ceremony honoring him, Brady expressed his love for those who've supported him on and off the field.

"Nothing of significance in life is accomplished as an individual. Nobody individually hangs those six banners up there [six of Brady's Super Bowl wins were with the Patriots.] The team does."

This is hardly Cena's first time being involved in the induction of somebody else into a Hall of Fame. In 2006 the then-WWE Champion inducted NFL legend William 'The Refridgerator' Perry into the WWE Hall of Fame's celebrity wing. Over a decade later, Cena would induct Kurt Angle on the eve of WrestleMania 33.

As for John Cena, his spot in the WWE Hall of Fame isn't a question of if, but when. Cena is already part of the Springfield College Hall of Fame and he received the 2024 Silver Anniversary from the NCAA this past January. As for WWE's highest honor, Cena will no doubt headline his Hall of Fame class when the time is right, but it remains to be seen when Big Match John will be an inductee, rather than an inductor.