Amongst other talk of UFC 100, Joe Rogan breaks down the Buffer 360:
Incredible fights, and that’s just the main 3 fights of the night. The entire card was off the charts, and there wasn’t a single boring match all evening. It was just a fucking phenomenal night, and we got to see not only the historic 100th pay per view card, but we also got to see the one and only appearance of the Buffer 360.
What’s the Buffer 360, you ask? Good question. It’s a move that the UFC ring announcer – the fabulous and talented Bruce Buffer – did at the introduction of Brock Lesnar for the main event of the evening. Buffer has been doing the Buffer 180 for a couple years now, and for the big even of UFC 100 we talked him into amping it up and going for a full 360. Now, why didn’t you see this on the pay per view?
That’s another good question. Unfortunately I don’t really have an answer for it. Someone from up on high does not want it in the broadcast, so it hasn’t been shown.
I don’t know why someone doesn’t like it, but I think it’s fucking awesome.
The 180 was ridiculous and fun enough, but the 360 seriously was like the cherry on top of the perfect evening. We were waiting for it, and when he actually did it, we went fucking NUTS. It was awesome.
So, since they refuse to air his move on the pay per view, I’m putting it up here in my blog so that you folks can enjoy it.