Bruce Anthony Buffer, otherwise known as the ‘Veteran Voice of the Octagon’ is an American professional mixed martial arts ring announcer and the official announcer for UFC. Bruce Buffer ITS TIME catchphrase is famous among followers of UFC as he announces it before any UFC main event. He is Michael Buffer brother, who is one of the most well-paid and well-known boxing and pro-wrestling ring announcers of all time.
- Bruce Buffer Net Worth 2019
- Bruce Buffer Brother
- Bruce Buffer Salary
- Bruce Buffer Endorsement
Bruce Buffer Net Worth 2019
As of 2019, Bruce Buffer’s net worth stands at a total of $10 million.
Bruce Buffer Brother
Bruce Buffer brother is Michael Buffer who is one of, if not the best ring announcers of all time. His brother is famous for his catchphrase of “Let’s get ready to rumble!” before the start of any event.
Bruce Buffer Salary
As per sources, UFC Bruce Buffer salary is estimated to be $50,000 per fight while each special event earns him $100,000.
Bruce Buffer Endorsement
Bruce Buffer endorsement includes earnings from sponsored posts on social media platforms such as Instagram and revenues from commercials.
|Net Worth ||$10 Million|
|Age ||62 Years|
|Nationality ||United States of America|
|Salary ||$100,000 per event|
People Also Ask
How much does Bruce Buffer make per fight?
The ‘Veteran Voice of Octagon’ Bruce Buffer makes $100,000 per UFC event.
How much money is Michael Buffer worth?
Michael Buffer, one of the most successful boxing and wrestling ring announcers of all time, has amassed a net worth of $400 million.
Is Michael Buffer and Bruce Buffer related?
Michael and Bruce Buffer are half-brothers. It is said that Bruce met Michael for the first time in 1989 when their father had contacted Michael after seeing him on television.
How much do UFC commentators get paid?
According to a report from 2018, UFC commentator Joe Rogan makes $50,000 per event. On the other hand, Michael and Bruce Buffer get $100,000 in their pockets for a show. Apparently, Joe A. Martinez and Mike Goldberg used to get $50,000 from each UFC event as well.