Bruce Anthony Buffer is an American professional mixed martial arts ring announcer with a net worth of $10 million. He is the official Octagon announcer for UFC events. Introduced on broadcasts as the “Veteran Voice of the Octagon”, Buffer’s catchphrase is “It’s the time!”, which he proclaims before the main event of the UFC.
He is the half-brother of the boxing and professional wrestling ring announcer Michael Buffer and is the President and CEO of their company, The Buffer Partnership. The buffer holds a black belt in Tang Soo Do and has battled as a kickboxer
A rough estimation of Bruce Anthony Buffer’s net worth pegs him at $14 million. Professional mixed martial artist Bruce is the official Octagon announcer for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). As a UFI announcer, he’s in the public eye for his voice of the sctagоn.
His annual salary is expected to reach $2 million by 2022. From organizing events to business, to sponsorship and brand endorsements; his principal sources of revenue are these activities.
Professional poker games are a great way to earn extra money. Signature movies and catfights are quite popular among audiences.
A gambling company called Fanduel provides sportsbooks, daily fantasy sports, online casinos, and horse race betting goods. Bruce is also sponsored and receives a substantial sum from this organization. Puncher’s Chance whiskey, which Bruce is also linked with, is available in most states in the US.
On May 21, 1957, Bruce Buffer was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. When he was a youngster, his family moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he began training in martial arts. A green judo belt and a black Tang Soo Do belt were his final accomplishments.
When Buffer was 15, he and his family relocated to Malibu. He continued his martial arts training in California, where he made close friends with Chuck Norris, the legendary action hero. Tang Soo Do was presented to him by Chuck.
For several years, Buffer also practiced kickboxing until he was warned by his physicians that he had had too many concussions.
Bruce’s UFC career has earned him the title of “Veteran Voice of the Octagon,” which he wears proudly during UFC events. Additionally, he is well-known for his trademark quips and actions.
The statement “Ladies and gentlemen, we…are…live!” opens each of his events. “This is the big event of the evening,” “This is the moment you’ve all been waiting for,” and ultimately, “It’s the time!” are all used by Buffer before introducing the last two fighters for each main event.
To demonstrate his signature maneuver, “Buffer 180,” he moves across the Octagon and quickly rotates 180 degrees to gesture toward the corner.
His half-brother, Michael Buffer, is a world-renowned boxing announcer. Their father Joe Buffer brought them into the world in 1989. “The Buffer Partnership” is the name of their business.
Bruce came up with the concept for Michael to trademark “Let’s get ready to rumble!” As a result of licensing deals and appearance fees, Michael made hundreds of millions of dollars from the term.
Johnny Buff, the grandfather of Bruce and Michael, was a world-renowned boxer. Annie Buffer was Buffer’s first wife, however, the couple divorced in 2015. Dougie Buffer is the couple’s first child.