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UFC Octagon Announcer Bruce Buffer Delivers Break-Up Message Via Cameo

UFC Octagon Announcer Bruce Buffer Delivers Break-Up Message Via Cameo

There's various ways to break things off with a loved one.

As painful as it may be, you can show some respect and dignity by doing the deed face-to-face.

Or if you're an absolute savage, you could even flick them a quick text to let them down gently - not that we advise going down that path of course.

But it seems one disgruntled person has invented a new way of cutting things off with a soon-to-be-former partner.

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An individual, who has managed to remain anonymous to this day, decided to jump on Cameo and pay for a celebrity to deliver the brutal break-up message.

But this person hasn't just paid for any old celebrity, they've gone the full monty and splashed the cash on the "Veteran Voice of the Octagon" himself.

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Bruce Buffer Has Revealed When He'll Retire As The UFC Announcer

That's right, UFC octagon announcer Bruce Buffer was on hand to deliver the bad news to one unfortunate lover that their relationship was now over.

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UFC Announcer Bruce Buffer's Huge Net Worth And Salary Revealed
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UFC Announcer Bruce Buffer's Huge Net Worth And Salary Revealed

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In his world-renowned ring announcer voice while donning one of his iconic tuxedos, 63-year-old Buffer shouted: "It's tiiiiiiiiiiiiime... for Kayleigh to move on!"

As brutal as it may be, you can't fault the creativity behind it.

It's understood the legendary UFC figure costs around US$300 (AU$400) per session on the popular video-sharing platform Cameo - but judging from the overwhelming reaction on social media, it was worth every cent.

As for poor Kayleigh - whether she's a diehard UFC tragic or not - she'll probably never be able to stand the sight of Buffer again.

Featured Image Credit: Cameo

Topics: UFC News, MMA News, Video, Social Media, UFC, Australia, MMA

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