Know about the finances, net worth, and salary of UFC announcer Bruce Buffer.
All the UFC wrestling fans must be aware of the presence of Bruce Buffer in the Octagon, basically as the 'Veteran Voice of the Octagon.' His introduction would be incomplete without bringing his introductory catchphrase, 'It's time' that he says during the main event of the UFC. Furthermore, the veteran announcer also serves as the half brother of fellow ring announcer Michael Buffer.
Aged 63, Bruce Anthony Buffer, aka Bruce Buffer from Philadelphia, has served as the mixed martial arts ring announcer for over two decades now and isn't looking tired anytime soon. Apart from rising to prominence around millions of global sports fans, he even collected a massive bank balance to give him a status of 'rich.' Go nowhere as we bring you close to the net worth and finances of Bruce Buffer.
Bruce Buffer's Net Worth Makes Him A Millionaire
Bruce Buffer owns a whopping net worth of $10 million. Photo Source: Celebrity Net Worth
When it comes to the finances and income, the 63-year-old Bruce Buffer has absolutely nothing to worry about considering his successful career as a UFC ring announcer. Getting more into the numbers, Bruce Buffer owns a whopping net worth of $10 million as of December 2020. Such a massive bank balance could only mean one thing for the veteran ring announcer, and that is how he could afford a lavish lifestyle around all sorts of modern-day amenities.
The financial situation of Bruce Buffer is quite a delightful situation to be in as he can afford all sorts of things in life. Not just that, he is even the stepbrother of another announcer, Michael Buffer. His half brother holds a reputation as one of the highest-paid boxing announcers of all time. Moreover, Michael amasses a massive bank balance of $400 million as of 2020, which would further increase in the days to come.
Bruce Buffer is the half-brother of Michael Buffer. Photo Source: Essentially Sports
As per numerous reports, Bruce Buffer earns a great salary scheme. His earnings are subject to change, but most of his UFC events bring him around $100,000 per night. Although he mostly earned $50,000 per fight, bigger UFC nights with better matches saw his wages to be doubled. Lately, the veteran announcer praised Amanda Nunes as one of the greatest female fighters in the world.
Bruce Buffer's Venture Outside Octagon
The ambitious and adventurous personality of Bruce Buffer didn't let him settle for a career at the UFC announcing table. While the job helped him get millions in his bank account and a large number of fans, he did work alongside his brother, Michael Buffer, in their partnership company named. 'The Buffer Partnership.'
Bruce Buffer is the CEO of 'The Buffer Partnership.' Photo Source: Essentially Sports
There isn't much known on how much Bruce takes home from his earnings from their company, but as the CEO, he definitely makes a big sum of salary. The 63-year-old's interests in boxing and mixed martial arts ignites way back to the time when he was 13 as he studied Judo and managed to get the rank of Green belt.