Announcer Bot 1.2, artist's rendition from user manual

Announcer Bot is a retired robotic ring announcer for PGA. According to his bio on the PGA website:

After trying and failing to replace legendary ring announcer Buff Bridges with a gaggle of gel-haired metrosexuals and a woman who was not only a mental incompetent but who looked like a caricature of a Marx Brother, the Rubies forked over a couple hundred-thou and invested in the Announcer Bot 1.0. He never messes up your name, he never says you're from "Pittsburgh, Philadelphia," and he never falls in love with any of the wrestlers. Be nice to the Announcer Bot.

Version historyEdit

  • February 18, 2009: Announcer Bot 1.0 premieres on the first edition of post-unionization PGA Primetime Wednesday!
  • April 15, 2009: Upgraded to Announcer Bot 1.1, with the ability to pronounce complex foreign names with 98.5% accuracy, and to change the color of his lights.
  • October 14, 2009: Upgraded to Announcer Bot 1.2, with new chrome plating for increased durability and memory upgrade to include all the wrestlers competing in the various Final Four tournaments.
  • March 26, 2010: Upgraded to Announcer Bot 2.0 for Crowning a Champion's Waist '10, with shinier finish, blinking red LED lights when speaking, and a hidden microphone storage area.

On January 23, 2011, Announcer Bot was damaged by Natasha during a taped segment. It malfunctioned during the show, and has not been seen on PGA programming since. Its duties have since been taken over by Patty.

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