The ‘Voice of the Octagon’ Bruce Buffer is using his talents for a lot more than announcing fights as of late. He recently introduced newlyweds Michael ‘the Count’ Bisping and wife at their wedding, and now Bruce Buffer was filmed one-uping even himself.
Buffer was filmed introducing the new VooDoo ZipLine between two of the Rio Hotel’s towers in Las Vegas.
The Rio ZipLine Las Vegas is an exhilarating attraction that delivers a Las Vegas experience unlike any other. It sends guests soaring higher than 400 feet in the air at electrifying speeds, offering 360-degree open-air views of the Las Vegas Strip.The one-minute and 10-second zip ride takes off from VooDoo Lounge, located atop Rio’s 50-story Masquerade tower, sending guests soaring more than 800 feet to the Ipanema tower and reaching speeds up to 33 miles per hour. Rio Zipline can accommodate up to two riders at one time and has a unique feature – on the return trip guests will ride an additional 800 feet back to the starting point facing backwards, a total ride of nearly one-third of a mile.