“I’ve seen the best fights!”-Bruce Buffer Reveals His Biggest Matches in UFC Career

Published 05/29/2020, 4:44 AM EDT


Bruce Buffer went on ESPN’s Ariel Helwani’s show and reminisced about some of the best performances inside the cage. The Veteran Voice of the octagon has been involved with the company for 24 years.

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First officially appearing at UFC 10 back in 1996, Bruce Buffer has been a familiar face at every pay per view. Throughout his tenure with the company, Bruce buffer has seen some of the best fights cage-side.

When asked about some of his favorite moments, the announcer had this to say.

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“Every time I think I’ve seen the greatest show it happens again. I can’t pinpoint one, I can only tell you about many. The first Jacksonville card we put on there, that was historic for many reasons other than the fights. UFC 100, UFC 200 I could go on and on”– Bruce Buffer.

He also went on to talk about his relationships with Veteran fighters like Vitor Belfort and Randy Couture. Buffer was part of the UFC broadcast before Vitor made his debut in February 1996.

He also spoke about some of his recent interactions with fighters like T.J Dillashaw and Michael Chiesa. Buffer has unique was of interacting with many fighters, which never fails to entertain.

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The announcer has not missed a single Pay-per-view for a long time. Given that, it would be safe to assume he would be present cage-side,per reports as well.

The words ‘It’s Time’ have become synonyms with Bruce Buffer. He remains a vital part of the UFC’s outfit, a quarter of a century into his career. Fans have come to expect his infectious pre-fight announcements as a staple watching experience.

Buffer fans needn’t worry about losing the icon anytime soon. “I have another ten plus years. I’m in shape and I’m ready to rock”. The UFC next pay per view will return on the 6 of June, and so will the veteran fixture Bruce Buffer.

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Darryl Pinto

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Darryl Pinto is a senior MMA writer at EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing his graduate degree in Mass Media (with a specialization in Journalism) out of Xavier’s College and has a year's experience in his current role. Darryl specializes in predictions, reporting, and covering UFC events live.

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