Travis, 34, shared a video montage of himself in game mode on Friday, ahead of his debut in the Super Bowl 2024 with the Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday. Kelce stated in his caption, “Don’t listen to the 🌎,” while the song “Daylight” by Disciples played with the video, hyping himself and his squad up for the big game and demonstrating his focus.
The tight end’s video features clips of him in various costumes before past contests, walking with a concentration expression on his face. Kelce then appeared in his football uniform as he approached the pitch, applauding and saying, “Whoo!”
Elsewhere in the video, Kelce made a heart-shaped sign to the audience, which looked to be from the Chiefs’ Jan. 21 game against the Buffalo Bills, when he made the gesture toward girlfriend Taylor Swift, who has attended numerous Chiefs games in support of Kelce and is set to attend the Super Bowl.
Other recordings showed the tight end banging his chest and scoring multiple touchdowns throughout games, as well as footage of the Chiefs’ recent triumph over the Bills and their AFC Championship victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Jan. 28.
Towards the end of the video, Kelce is heard saying, “I want this one more than I’ve ever wanted a Super Bowl in my life.” He adds, “Where else would you rather be?” before shouting, “Let’s go!!!!!”
Kelce’s promo video comes after he shared words of support from his brother Jason Kelce before of the Chiefs’ Super Bowl game. During a news conference on Tuesday, Travis claimed the Philadelphia Eagles center, 36, got him “fired up” for the big game on Sunday after witnessing his AFC Championship triumph.
“He fired me up after that AFC championship game, telling me to go get it and that we’re the best in the game,” Travis told reporters in Las Vegas. “I only need his backing. “Seeing him at the game and getting excited is everything.”
Travis also discussed the significance for the siblings this time last year, when the Chiefs met the Eagles in a first-ever Super Bowl matchup.
“Last year was a special, special year for us,” Travis remarked Tuesday. “If you’ve seen my brother’s documentary Kelce, you’ll see a lot why, and because of how tight and how close we were I always wanted to be at the mountaintop with my brother and it was always, when I visualized it, it was always playing with him in the Super Bowl.”
“But playing against him, meeting him there was one of the most special moments of my life and I don’t know any moment will ever compare to being on top of the world, going against my brother like that,” he said.
The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will square off in Super Bowl LVIII, which airs on CBS on February 11 at 6:30 p.m. ET.