MICHAEL BUFFER TURNS 70 THIS SUNDAY

MICHAEL BUFFER TURNS 70 THIS SUNDAY!!!

Los Angeles – New York City (October 31, 2014) This Sunday, November 2nd, boxing’s legendary Hall of Fame ring announcer, MICHAEL BUFFER will be 70 years old.

Buffer and his trademark phrase “Let’s Get Ready To Rumble” are still going as strong as ever and this year has been one of the busiest in his three and a half decade career. The months of November and December will see Buffer in the ring almost every week right up to the year-end holiday season. “It’s been an unbelievable year but the next seven weeks have been booked with some great fights and on some weekends I had to pass on two and even three other offers,” says Buffer as big fights in Germany, Australia, Denmark and the UK put their requests in too late. Buffer’s international schedule has had him working in Russia five times, China four times, the UK four times, three in Germany and a couple of trips to Monaco.

His announcing duties through all these years haven’t just been in the boxing ring. He had a five-year run with professional wrestling and has been on the field for dozens of NFL games including playoffs and championship games. The same for the NBA, NHL and MLB for Finals, Stanley Cups and World Series games. Buffer has appeared in movies, TV shows, national commercials and numerous guest appearances on the talk show circuit including nine times on the Tonight Show. His favorite time on the Tonight Show was when Jay Leno helped him surprise his (then) girlfriend and (now) wife, Christine with a marriage proposal as part of a skit.

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ESPN: AUSTIN TROUT & CRIS ARREOLA IN FEATURED BOUTS

AUSTIN TROUT & CRIS ARREOLA IN FEATURED BOUTS

OSCAR ESCANDON VS TYSON CAVE IN

WBA SUPER BANTAMWEIGHT WORLD TITLE FIGHT

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2014

PECHANGA RESORT AND CASINO

ANTONIO TARVER, SERGIO MORA, RICO RAMOS,

EDWIN RODRIGUEZ, MARCUS BROWN AND

AHMED ELBIALI IN UNDERCARD BOUTS

Sherman Oaks, CA (October 31, 2014) Goossen Promotions returns to the Pechanga Resort and Casino on Thursday, December 11th with

“NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS” a three-hour ESPN Boxing Special televised LIVE on ESPN 2, ESPN Deportes and WatchESPN beginning at 10:00 p.m. ET/7:00 p.m. PT.

Advance tickets starting at $55.00 can be purchased through the Pechanga Resort and Casino website (www.Pechanga.com) or by calling 1-877-711-2946. Doors on the night of the event will open at 4:00 p.m. with the first bell at 5:00 p.m.

“We wanted to do something special in honor of Dan Goossen and we thought of no better way than to put on a great night of boxing just like he had done for so many years on ESPN,” said Brian Kweder, ESPN senior director of programming and acquisitions. “Dan’s contributions to the sport of boxing are well documented, but he was also a joy to work with and be around. I’m hopeful that he has a ringside seat wherever he may be for these fights.”

A lifelong resident of Southern California and popular fight promoter for over three decades, Goossen passed away at the age of 64 on September 28th.

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