Watch! The UFC 168 "You and Me! Me and You!" commercial


Did you watch UFC Fight Night 33 on Friday night (Dec. 6, 2013)? If you did you, you probably saw this commercial for UFC 168 at least a dozen times. Maybe more, now that I'm actually thinking about it. Ugh, that was pretty tortuous.

Relive all of those excruciating commercial breaks with the video above.

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) created the commercial to hype up the rivalry fights on the card. Chris Weidman looks to prove that his win over Anderson Silva was not a fluke as he defends his UFC Middleweight belt against Silva in the main event.

In the co-main event, Ronda Rousey puts her UFC Women's Bantamweight championship on the line against longtime rival Miesha Tate. The two served as coaches on the eighteenth season of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF), with both of Tate's fighters winning the show at the Finale to be crowned The Ultimate Fighter.

Main Card (on Pay-Per-View)
Chris Weidman vs. Anderson Silva
Ronda Rousey vs. Miesha Tate
Travis Browne vs. Josh Barnett
Jim Miller vs. Fabricio Camoes
Dustin Poirier vs. Diego Brandao

Preliminary Card on Fox Sports 1
Chris Leben vs. Uriah Hall
Gleison Tibau vs. Michael Johnson
Dennis Siver vs. Manny Gamburyan
John Howard vs. Siyar Bahadurzada

Preliminary Card on
William Macario vs. Bobby Voelker
Estevan Payan vs. Robbie Peralta

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