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Tai Tuivasa, Tyson Pedro And Nathan Cleary Star In Brilliant 'What About Me' Beer Ad

Max Sherry

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Tai Tuivasa, Tyson Pedro And Nathan Cleary Star In Brilliant 'What About Me' Beer Ad

When it comes to beer commercials in Australia, we've seen some absolute corkers.

Iconic ones that spring to mind are Tooheys Extra Dry's hilarious 'Satisfaction' clip, Carlton's 'Very Big Ad' and - of course - "Make it a four X, mate!"

Oh, and who could possibly forget basically every legendary VB ad in existence?

Well, this new commercial courtesy of UFC stars Tai Tuivasa and Tyson Pedro is genius too - and it features a few familiar faces as well.

Last year, good friends Tuivasa and Pedro launched their 'Drink West' beer and it has quickly become a popular beverage Down Under.

Everything from the overall branding to their social media presence is bang on the money - and apparently the drink itself is great too.

But it's the duo's new advert which really has people talking and it's easy to see why.

In clip posted on social media, Tuivasa and Pedro line up in front of a large group of men, accompanied by none other than Premiership-winning NRL star Nathan Cleary.

Both UFC stars then start belting out Aussie icon Shannon Noll's hit classic 'What About Me' before the camera pans out to Cleary who sings along himself.

The chorus of blokes standing behind them then join in, creating a beautiful melody which rings around the warehouse in which they're standing.

Incredibly, the group then parts like the Red Sea to reveal Shannon Noll himself who well and truly steals the show.

A clear nod to that iconic video of the British football hooligans singing 'Truly madly Deeply', Tuivasa and Pedro's own rendition is brilliant to say the least.

Well played, lads.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@drinkwest

Topics: Rugby League, nrl, Tai Tuivasa, UFC, Beer, Australia, MMA

Max Sherry
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