Bruce Buffer isn't ruling out a "Buffer 360" during Saturday's UFC 100 main event
You've seen the lightning-quick, body-jarring move known as the "Buffer 180" prior to the UFC's biggest fights for the past few years.
Bruce Buffer, the UFC's longtime in-cage announcer, introduces one fighter before quickly spinning to point at and introduce his opponent on the other side of the octagon. The iconic move has become a favorite not only of fans and fighters but also UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, who's championed its branding.
Limited to spins of 45 to 90 degrees for most fights, Buffer extends it to 180 degrees for most main events. And given the historic nature of Saturday's UFC 100 event at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, he isn't ruling out the long-awaited "Buffer 360."