Bruce Buffer Salary
Bruce Buffer's UFC salary is $30,000 per event
Bruce Buffer is an American UFC Announcer who has a net worth of $2 million. Bruce Buffer has earned his net worth from his current position as the main octagon announcer for Zuffa main events. He is introduced as the "Veteran Voice of the Octagon" on UFC broadcasts. He is the President and CEO of "The Buffer Partnership" a company own by Bruce and his half-brother well-known boxing and wrestling ring announcer Michael Buffer. They are both grandsons of the late boxer Johnny Buff.
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Bruce was born on May 21, 1957 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, he is also the host of his own radio show "It's TIME!" The show is featured on the Sherdog Radio Network, Buffer often interviews guests, both inside and outside of the Mixed Martial Arts world. The show contains a segment called "The Buffer 180°,"where he takes calls from viewers wanting to talk about MMA or ask his advice on certain topics. TJ DeSantis is the co-host of the show. Buffer is well-known for his catchphrases and signature moves, he begins each event with the phrase "Ladies and gentlemen, we…are…live!" Before each main event Buffer proclaims, "This is the main event of the evening," followed by "This is the moment you've all been waiting for," and finally, "It's time!" before introducing the final two fighters. He signature move called the "Buffer 180″ is where he motions directly across the Octagon before quickly spinning 180° and pointing to the corner being introduced. During most fights he performs 45° and 90°; he reserves the "Buffer 180″ for main events and co-main events. During his introduction of the Frank Mir v. Brock Lesner event at the UFC 100, Buffer performed a "Buffer 360″, but vowed he would never do that again. He a signature move that is exclusively for Randy Couture, called the "Buffer Bow" in which he bends down as a knight would to a king in the accolade.