Video: UFC's Bruce Buffer, Arianny Celeste Cameo On Tosh.0

Daniel Tosh did a segment on MMA during this week's Tosh.0 show on Comedy Central.

Uber popular comedian Daniel Tosh has a hit show with Comedy Central's Tosh.0, a weekly look at some of the best and funniest viral video clips on the Internet. MMA crossed Tosh's radar with a feature this week that included guest appearances by UFC ring announcer Bruce Buffer and ring card girl Arianny Celeste.

In the clip seen below, Tosh riffs on several MMA themes that fans will be familiar with:

  • Cauliflower ear
  • MMA is the only reason Spike TV has a channel
  • Too many rules
  • Ugly t-shirts
  • "If the UFC is as popular as they say it is, why can't I name more than three guys?"

The video itself is a "Web Rematch" based on a clip of a female choking out a male in what looks like a no-gi Brazilian jiujitsu competition. Tosh rematches the two and does pre-"fight" interviews with both featuring plenty of jokes.

Before the fight, Buffer does the ring announcing which is the highlight of the segment by far. Celeste makes a brief appearance as the ring card girl and the segment is done inside a cage, but not an official UFC Octagon.

So what happens? Does Brandon get revenge on Courtney? Watch the full clip after the jump.

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