Bruce Buffer Net Worth
Bruce Buffer net worth and salary: Bruce Buffer is an American UFC announcer who has a net worth of $10 million. Bruce Buffer has earned his net worth as the main Octagon ring announcer for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Bruce was born on May 21, 1957 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As a teenager, while his family was living in Philadelphia, Bruce began studying martial arts. He eventually earned a green belt in judo and a black belt in Tang Soo Do. Bruce and his family moved to Malibu when he was 15. In Malibu he continued his martial arts training and even became friends with Chuck Norris. It was Chuck who introduced him to Tang Soo Do. Bruce studied kickboxing for several years until his doctors told him he had received too many concussions. Bruce's half brother is world-famous boxing announcer Michael Buffer. Together they own a company called "The Buffer Partnership". Bruce and Michael's grandfather was a famous boxer named Johnny Buff. At UFC events, Bruce is introduced as the "Veteran Voice of the Octagon". He is also 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. Buffer is a skilled poker player and has appeared on ESPN's World Series of Poker Main Event and has also appeared on an episode of the TV series Poker After Dark. He announced the phrase "Shuffle up and deal!" at the final table of the 2010 World Series of Poker and the Luxor Las Vegas poker room was named after him. Buffer has also appeared in episodes of the TV series Friends and Entourage.
Bruce Buffer Salary
Bruce Buffer's UFC salary is $100,000 per event.