Bruce Buffer Net Worth

Bruce Buffer Net Worth:

$10 Million

Bruce Buffer’s Salary

$100 Thousand per Event

Bruce Buffer’s Net worth: Bruce Buffer, an American UFC announcer, has a net value of $10 million. His net worth has been earned as the main Octagon Ring announcer for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

Early life: Bruce Anthony Buffer, was born May 21, 1957, in Tulsa (Oklahoma). While his family lived in Philadelphia, Buffer began to study martial arts as a teenager. He was eventually awarded a green belt and a black in Tang Soo Do. Buffer moved with his family to Malibu at the age of 15. Buffer continued his martial arts training in California and became friends with Chuck Norris. Chuck introduced Buffer to Tang Soo Do. Buffer was also a kickboxer for many years until his doctors advised him to stop.

UFC Career Bruce is known as the “Veteran Voice of the Octagon” at UFC events. His signature moves and catchphrases are also well-known. Each event is opened by Buffer’s famous phrase, “Ladies and Gentlemen, we…are…live!” Buffer announces before each main event that “This is it!” followed by “This will be the big event,” and then “This will be the moment you have been waiting for.” Finally, Buffer says, “It’s finally time!” Before introducing the last two fighters, Buffer said “This is the main event of tonight.” He also uses his signature move, the “Buffer 180,” which involves motions across the Octagon before quickly spinning 180 degrees to point at the corner being introduced.

Other than the UFC: Buffer is also an announcer at numerous events including international MMA promotions, K-1 events, and the 2008 Joel Casamayor vs. Michael Katsidis HBO Boxing event. He also hosts the biannual Abu Dhabi Combat Club submission wrestling tournament (ADCC). Buffer is also the World Series of Beer Pong’s official announcer. His voice can be heard in Smite, the UFC-inspired song “It’s Time”, by Laidback Luke and Steve Aoki.

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Buffer, who is not only announcing but also a skilled poker player, has been on ESPN’s World Series of Poker Main Event as well as an episode of Poker After Dark. Buffer announced the phrase, “Shuffle up and Deal!” He was at the World Series of Poker’s final table in 2010. The Luxor Las Vegas poker hall was named after him. Buffer also appeared on episodes of “Friends” (TV series) and “Entourage” (films like “Here Comes the Boom”, “Hot Tub Time Machine 2”, (2015), and “Holmes & Watson (2018).


Personal life and salary: Buffer is a half-brother to world-famous boxing announcer Michael Buffer. Their father Joe Buffer introduced them to each other in 1989. They own the company “The Buffer Partnership.” Bruce suggested that Michael trademark his famous catchphrase, “Let’s get ready for the rumble!” Through appearance fees and licensing deals, Michael would make hundreds of millions from the phrase.

Bruce and Michael were both born to a boxer, Johnny Buff. Buffer had been married to Annie Buffer before they divorced in 2015. They have a son, Dougie.

Bruce Buffer earns $100,000 per event as a UFC fighter.

Bruce Buffer

Net worth: $10 Million
Salary: $100 Thousand per Event
Date of birth: May 21, 1957
Gender: Male
Profession: Announcer, Actor or Businessperson, Presenter
Nationality: United States of America