By now, you’ve probably gotten your fill of that hilarious Hyundai commercial featuring a 50-year old Brett Favre accepting the MVP trophy for Superbowl 54 in 2020.

But if you’re one of those who watched the ad during the live telecast of Superbowl 44, chances you are, you saw the watered-down version of Favre’s post-game press conference. Well, thank God for the Internet.

In this video, we have the full five-minute Favre interview where he talks about, among other things, blueberries, robot referees, fishin’ rodeos, playing an NFL game on the moon, and his continued indecisiveness on whether to keep playing past 2020 or to retire – for good. The hilarious ‘interview’ is followed by the same Hyundai plug that came with the TV version wherein Hyundai promotes the brand’s 10-year car warranty.

Check out the video and be treated to five minutes of Brett Favre at his witty and comedic best.


Source: YouTube

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  (1211) posted on 07.14.2011

haha! That is one futuristic interview huh? I wonder, when will the moon exhibition will happen? As he talks about that. Lol!

  (238) posted on 02.9.2010

Coming from a minnesota vikings fan, this commercial is so true and hilarious. And rogermanalac, its a 2020 trophy not 2010. For someone his age right now in the nfl, the commercial is spot on. Young is a relative term. Young in the nfl is 23 not 41.

  (780) posted on 02.8.2010

I have seen the interview and his commercial wasn’t that funny at all. By 2010 he would still be young and I think that chances of holding that MVP trophy in that year is still up. Although I might have to say that competition will be not that easy as for sure there will be a new set of new players that he will have to study and defeat.

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