• Fighting Robots Association Heavyweight Championship 2012

    Fighting Robots Association Heavyweight Championship 2012


    Competitors
    Air
    Beast
    Behemoth
    Big Nipper
    Bulldog Breed
    Dantomkia
    Eruption
    Iron-Awe 5
    Iron-Awe 6
    Kan Opener G Spec
    Kan Opener H Spec
    Kronic
    Maelstrom
    Meggamouse
    Ripper Evo
    Saint
    Thor
    Tiberious
    Titan
    Toon Raider
    Toxic 2
    Turbulence

    Seeds

    The 2012 Heavyweight championships had 8 seeds based on results from the 2011 Heavyweight Championship and previous performance.

    1. Ripper Evo
    2. Air
    3. Iron Awe 5
    4. Thor
    5. Kronic
    6. Big Nipper
    7. Maelstrom
    8. Toxic 2

    Competition Format

    Round 1

    Robots Compete is three way melees with the winner from each heat going through to the first round.

    Heat A

    Ripper Evo Vs Bulldog Bread

    Heat B

    Toxic 2 Vs Kan Opener H Spec Vs Beast

    Heat C

    Iron-Awe 5 Vs Toon Raider Vs Tiberious

    Heat D

    Big Nipper Vs Behemoth Vs Iron-Awe 6

    Heat E

    Air Vs Dantomkia

    Heat F

    Maelstom Vs Eruption Vs Kan Opener G Spec

    Heat G

    Thor Vs Titan Vs Meggamouse

    Heat H

    Kronic Vs Turbulence Vs Saint

    Finals

    Robots compete one-on-one to battle through to the final.

    Results

    Round 1 Quarter Finals Semi Finals Finals
    Ripper Evo Toxic 2

    Vs
    Toxic 2

    Vs

    Big Nipper
    Grand Final
    Bulldog Breed Ripper Evo
    Big Nipper

    Vs

    Maelstrom
    Toxic 2
    Kan Opener H Spec
    Beast
    Iron-Awe 5
    Toon Raider Iron-Awe 5

    Vs

    Big Nipper
    Tiberious
    Big Nipper
    Behemoth
    Iron-Awe 6
    Air Air

    Vs
    Maelstrom

    Vs
    3rd Place Playoff
    Dantomkia
    Maelstrom Kronic Toxic 2

    Vs

    Kronic
    Maelstrom
    Eruption
    Kan Opener G Spec
    Thor
    Titan Titan

    Vs

    Kronic
    Meggamouse
    Kronic
    Turbulence
    Saint

    2012 Heavyweight Championship Winner: Big Nipper
    Second Place: Maelstrom
    Third Place: Toxic 2
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