UFC ring announcer Bruce Buffer helped a guy who hired him to break up with his girlfriend.
Bruce Buffer can sure hype up fighters seconds before they throw down in a cage, but he also can bring that talent to real-life situations. The UFC announcer was hit up to do an interesting video through his Cameo account, and it wasn’t to wish someone a happy birthday or anniversary. Bruce, in a few seconds, sent a message to encourage someone to get over her breakup – or perhaps to let her know she was being dumped.
Cameo has become an incredibly popular way for people to celebrate things by paying famous people to record a personal message for someone. That is, at least, what the entire site was built off of, but sometimes people use it to play jokes on their friends or break up with their significant other in maybe the least personal way possible but also the funniest to the objective viewer.
On Sunday, a video made the rounds showing Bruce Buffer, the legendary UFC ring announcer known for his very animated theatrics and his “IT’S TIIIIIMMMMMMEEEEEE” catchphrase, offering a message to some poor woman named Kayleigh (Kayley?) to “move on.”
Even if she is finding out things are over with whoever paid Buffer for the Cameo, at least Buffer was sporting one of his many flashy tuxedos to keep things classy. Watch Bruce’s unique Cameo spot in this video below:
Imagine that this is how you learned that you were being dumped 😭 pic.twitter.com/nKdHxPzAVp
— Borrachinha Depot (@FullContactMTWF) December 13, 2020
Bruce Buffer Cameo’s are not cheap. Telling Kaylee it was over was worth $299 to whoever paid for this video, which tells you how bad things were going in this relationship.
The Voice Of The Octagon Bruce Buffer
The long-time UFC employee is virtually synonymous with the UFC’s pay-per-view model, and he’s been involved with the company for many years. ‘The veteran voice of the octagon’ came in back in 1996 and has undergone many evolutions. His signature catchphrases and moves such as the ‘Buffer 180’ or the Buffer 360’ see him take command of the cage when announcing.
Many past and present UFC fighters and other people in the industry have signed up for the Cameo service, so there are ways to record your favourite fighters giving you a shoutout, wishing you a Happy Birthday, or in this case, announcing your breakup.
Who would want to record a breakup video for you?
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