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Little Kid Puts Cam Newton in His Place in Classic Commercial

Cam Newton is one of those athletes that could sell water to a fish. The NFL quarterback with a killer smile and incredible physique has used his infectious personality to win over fan bases while playing for the Auburn Tigers, Carolina Panthers and now New England Patriots.

That being said, Newton has appeared in endless commercials throughout his career. He's done spots for Gatorade, Under Armour and so many more companies en route to racking up a hefty net worth.

By far the funniest advertisement came when Newton got roasted by a kid when he teamed up with NFL Play 60 back in 2012.

Cam Newton Play 60 Commercial

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Newton was coming off a stellar 2011 Offensive Rookie of the Year season when he and a young kid produced one of the funniest commercials out there.

The ad begins with the child thanking the 6-foot-5 quarterback for coming to his school. The conversation is adorable at first before things begin to turn sour.

He promises Newton to play 60 minutes a day and tells him his plan to take over the Carolina Panthers quarterback job and make Newton his back-up.

"You can be my back-up?" the kid asks.

"Excuse me?" Newton responds.

"And make Panthers fans forget about you?" the kid continues.

"And becomes your mom's favorite player?" he takes it one step further.

The best part comes at the end, when the kid begins loosening up his arm as if he's gonna start under center in Charlotte the next day despite being like 7 years old.

I don't know who this kid is, but he was a terrific actor. At least I hope he was acting...

Newton would go on to win an MVP and take the Panthers to a Super Bowl. Kyle Allen took over when he suffered injuries in 2019, and he signed with the Patriots in 2020.

Newton may not be starring in as many commercials as he did back in the day, but this one will never be topped.

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