BattleBots Pay-Per-View Heavyweight Rumble, with Slugger, November 1999, RAW FOOTAGE!

RAW UNEDITED FOOTAGE–NEVER AIRED OR RELEASED! BattleBots Long Beach 210lb heavyweight rumble, with Slugger (by Jason Dante Bardis of the Infernolab & Christian Carlberg of Coolrobots).
The Best of the Infernolab Disc 4 Video 7.
(c) BattleBots & Comedy Central

Duration : 0:7:7


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18 thoughts on “BattleBots Pay-Per-View Heavyweight Rumble, with Slugger, November 1999, RAW FOOTAGE!

  1. @infernolab Thanks, …
    @infernolab Thanks, yeah I thought it may have been Kill-o-Amp at first, but I remembered it having a different shape in a later Battlebots tournament, maybe they added the plow/triangle at the front for extra offense.

  2. @ …
    @TheLegacyofHitchcock. Slugger did not lose its tires. Perhaps you are referring to Kill-o-Amp, which lost its treat, which was screwed on to its wheel rims. Kill-o-Amp had tremendous power & torque & stripped its tread.
    -Jason

  3. lol at Tazbot …
    lol at Tazbot carrying Razer at 0:46. Also, how did that Perspex box (forgot its name- Slugger?) lose its tyres soon afterwards at about 1:00? And 4:08, Razer and Blendo, two mighty revolutionary machines in Robot Combat meet.

  4. @carbojp17 U cant …
    @carbojp17 U cant say that…Biohazard is very low, and has a great driver…you cant say one would win until they actually fight

  5. @dalekandjedi …
    @dalekandjedi Exactly, hence “this was before the War of Independence final.”

  6. This was a great …
    This was a great battle with Razer and Mortis plus Biohazard. Although Razer seemed quite sluggish and Mortis wasn’t working very well

  7. @Headbanger142 …
    @Headbanger142 Since this was in 1999, I think this was before the War of Independence final.

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