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Anthony Mackie Shares His Pitch For Real Steel 2

  • 07 October 2021
  • by Jeremy Mathai
  • Slash Film
Anthony Mackie Shares His Pitch For Real Steel 2

Every so often, a prompt goes around Film Twitter regarding favorite underrated movies and of the many deserving choices, 2011's "Real Steel" routinely gets its fair share of mentions. Rightfully so! But then after a little while, those prompts disappear and nobody talks about the movie again ... until the next prompt, that is, at which point "Real Steel" gets some attention again before once more vanishing into the ether. For those of us who've chosen to die on the hill of defending a silly robot-fighting movie with a surprising amount of heart, it can be slightly maddening. Thoughts and prayers, please.

Well, here's my chance to...

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Real Steel 2 Talks Are Finally Happening with Hugh Jackman Says Director Shawn Levy

  • 11 August 2021
  • by Jeremy Dick
  • MovieWeb
Real Steel 2 Talks Are Finally Happening with Hugh Jackman Says Director Shawn Levy

Real Steel 2 is still a possibility. This October will mark the tenth anniversary of Real Steel, the boxing robot drama starring Hugh Jackman and directed by Shawn Levy. Though reviews were mixed, the movie was a hit at the box office, albeit perhaps not as much as Disney had been hoping for. Possibly due to falling short of expectations, a sequel was never made and the world had seemingly moved on.

Almost a decade later, Real Steel found a new audience when it was released on Netflix during the pandemic last year. Maybe the movie was just a bit ahead of its time, as it seems to be just as popular as ever following its streaming release. When Real Steel made the Top 10 most-watched titles on Netflix, Levy realized that there may be some more potential there. In a new interview with Inverse, Levy reveals he's since talked to

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Link Tank: Could Real Steel Get a Sequel?

  • 09 August 2021
  • by Lee Parham
  • Den of Geek
Link Tank: Could Real Steel Get a Sequel?

Could Real Steel be making a comeback? Free Guy director Shawn Levy teases the possible comeback for the robot-boxing franchise.

“In the fall of 2020, an unlikely contender climbed the ranks of Netflix’s streaming library. The 2011 science fiction gem Real Steel was suddenly one of the most-watched movies on the service. Nobody could say why for sure, but behind the scenes, the film’s director Shawn Levy and star Hugh Jackman were already in talks over what this all might mean for Real Steel 2.”

Read more at Inverse

Idris Elba’s Bloodsport vs. Henry Cavill’s Superman? We’d love to see this happen in the Dceu.

“Entertainment Tonight recently spoke to Idris Elba (Bloodsport) and Daniela Melchior (Ratcatcher 2) about The Suicide Squad and what they want to see their characters do next. As to be expected from the squad, their answers were pretty villainous. Melchior, who played a

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Will Real Steel 2 Be the Movie That Reunites Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman Onscreen?

  • 06 August 2021
  • by Anthony Lund
  • MovieWeb
Will Real Steel 2 Be the Movie That Reunites Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman Onscreen?

While Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman have not shared screen time for a while, it is almost like they are starring in their own little show on Twitter sometimes with their constant back and forth "rivalry". If Shawn Levy has anything to do with it though, he would put the pair back on the big screen together, and he would do it in a sequel to Jackman's hit movie Real Steel. The director, who has been contemplating a follow up to the 2011 movie, has been watching the film's popularity grow thanks to streaming on Netflix last year during the first stages of Covid quarantining, and he has even spoken to Jackman about the prospect of trying to jump on board that particular property again.

As Levy this week promoted his new movie Free Guy, which stars Ryan Reynolds as it's title character of Guy, he spoke with Collider about the

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‘Real Steel 2’: Shawn Levy Has Talked to Hugh Jackman About a Possible Sequel (Again)

  • 06 August 2021
  • by Ethan Anderton
  • Slash Film
‘Real Steel 2’: Shawn Levy Has Talked to Hugh Jackman About a Possible Sequel (Again)

Real Steel became a hot topic of discussion last year when it appeared in Netflix’s library and become one of their most popular titles. The movie starred Hugh Jackman as down-on-his-luck former boxer Charlie Kenton, who is barely scraping by with a career as a robot boxing controller. Charlie reconnects with his estranged son Max […]

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Sequel Bits: ‘Jurassic World 3’, ‘Conjuring 3’, ‘Real Steel’ ‘Bridesmaids’, ‘Hatchet’, ‘Underworld’, ‘Creep 3’, ‘Rambo 5’

  • 16 September 2018
  • by Chris Evangelista
  • Slash Film
Sequel Bits: ‘Jurassic World 3’, ‘Conjuring 3’, ‘Real Steel’ ‘Bridesmaids’, ‘Hatchet’, ‘Underworld’, ‘Creep 3’, ‘Rambo 5’

In this edition of Sequel Bits: Bryce Dallas Howard wants more former Jurassic Park characters to pop-up in Jurassic World 3. The Conjuring 3 might start shooting next year. Evangeline Lilly weighs in on Real Steel 2. Don’t expect a Bridesmaids sequel anytime soon. More Hatchet movies are on the way. Creep 3 is in the works. Sylvester Stallone is […]

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Is There Going to be a Real Steel 2 or Not?

  • 26 April 2018
  • by Tom
  • TVovermind.com

For about three years after its release in 2011 Real Steel was thought to be ready to take on a sequel that might see it go in a different direction than the original had left off with. But Real Steel 2 doesn’t look like it’s any more likely to come out than Hugh Jackman is to go back to being the Wolverine again. Of course some fans would like to say never say never, and it’s true that there might be a place for the film to still explore and come to grips with its own universe, which is highly

Is There Going to be a Real Steel 2 or Not?

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Real Steel 2 still possible, admits Shawn Levy

  • 10 November 2016
  • Den of Geek

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Don't hold your breath for Real Steel 2, starring Hugh Jackman. But director Shawn Levy hasn't written the idea off...

Shawn Levy is an in-demand man. Previously, he’d brought to the world a trio of successful Night At The Museum movies, but this year, off the back of Netflix’s Stranger Things, he’s now landed the directing job on the long awaited Uncharted movie.

See related Doctor Strange: what to expect from the movie Black Panther: casting latest Captain Marvel to be origin story, Black Panther won’t be

However, it’s one of his previous films, Real Steel, that keeps coming up. And the director admits that he’s asking often about a follow-up to the Hugh Jackman-headlined robot boxing film.

“The most frequent Tweet I get is about the sequel to Real Steel. I wish I had a conclusive answer”, he

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Why Real Steel 2 Hasn't Happened Yet According to Director

  • 10 November 2016
  • by MovieWeb
  • MovieWeb
Why Real Steel 2 Hasn't Happened Yet According to Director

It's been five years since the 2011 drama Real Steel hit theaters, which was a modest hit, taking in $85.4 million domestically and $213.8 million for a global total of $299.2 million. Back in 2014, director Shawn Levy teased that the sequel Real Steel 2 was being secretly developed, but it still hasn't moved forward yet. During a recent Q&A, Levy revealed that he still wants to make this sequel, especially since it's the one project he gets asked the most about on social media. Here's what he had to say below.

"The most frequent tweet I get is about the sequel to Real Steel. I wish I had a conclusive answer. Here's the truth: We started developing a sequel like six months before the movie came out. We knew as soon as we started previewing this movie and it was getting mid to high 90s at every test screening. It happens really rarely,

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Director Shawn Levy Talks Real Steel Sequel Possibilities

  • 09 November 2016
  • by Joseph Medina
  • LRM Online

Image via Buena Vista

Back in 2011, Hugh Jackman and director Shawn Levy put out a little film called Real Steel. It was a mid-budget movie based on a short story from author Richard Matheson called “Steel.” If that title sounds familiar to you, it’s because back in 1963, that story was adapted by the author himself into a Twilight Zone episode of the same name.

This adaptation from Levy had very little in common with the story or the episode, but it was still an enjoyable — albeit cheesy and somewhat forgettable little film. Performances across the board, which included Jackman, Evangeline Lily, and Dakota Goyo, who surprised me in the secondary lead role of Max Kenton. The movie didn’t kill it at the box office. It made just short of $300 million worldwide on a $80 million budget. It definitely made its money back, but it wasn’t really a money-printing machine.

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Real Steel 2 Unlikely, Shawn Levy Reveals Deleted Scene From Cult Original

  • 09 November 2016
  • by Michael Briers
  • We Got This Covered

From Night at the Museum to Stranger Things to futuristic actioner Real Steel, it’s fair to say that director Shawn Levy has dabbled in a variety of different genres throughout his career. He’ll soon call upon his knowledge of swashbuckling adventure for Sony’s Uncharted movie, but one project that is never too far from conversation is Real Steel 2.

Speaking to Collider after a special IMAX screening of the 2011 original, Levy revealed that plans for a follow-up to the family-friendly sci-fi were originally drafted up mid-way through development, before they were ultimately shelved in fear of repeating what had come before.

Per Collider:

The most frequent tweet I get is about the sequel to Real Steel. I wish I had a conclusive answer. Here’s the truth: We started developing a sequel like six months before the movie came out. We knew as soon as we started

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Netflix's Stranger Things: Shawn Levy interview

Louisa Mellor Jul 15, 2016

We chat to the producer-director of 80s-set sci-fi horror series Stranger Things, now on Netflix, about Spielberg, nostalgia and more…

Read our spoiler-free Stranger Things review here.

Stranger Things, Netflix’s new sci-fi horror series is made by and for our kind of people. Movie nerds Matt and Ross Duffer have translated their love of classic Steven Spielberg, John Carpenter, Wes Craven and Stephen King pictures into an eight-part drama that feels as comfortable as sinking into your favourite chair.

Set in 1983 Indiana, Stranger Things is the story of a boy’s disappearance, odd goings-on at a local government facility and the mystery arrival of a peculiar little girl. With a very likeable young cast (think Freaks & Geeks if Sam, Bill and Neil had to deal with real monsters, not just the high school variety) and Winona Ryder, David Harbour and Matthew Modine capably leading the grown-ups,

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Shawn Levy & Hugh Jackman Are Still Trying to Make 'Real Steel 2'

  • 08 September 2014
  • by Ethan Anderton
  • FirstShowing.net

Before the robot boxing sci-fi flick Real Steel hit theaters in the fall of 2011, DreamWorks had already commissioned the first film's writer John Gatins to write a sequel. But as the release of the film got closer, it wasn't clear how quickly a sequel would happen, mostly because of Hugh Jackman's busy schedule, which always seems to be filling up fast. We've assumed the project was abandoned, but while director Shawn Levy was at Tiff for the premiere of his promising family dramedy This Is Where I Leave You with Tina Fey and Jason Bateman, he revealed that they've been quietly trying to get the film made. Read on! When asked about Real Steel 2, here's what Levy told ComingSoon: "We have been quietly developing a sequel to 'Real Steel' for three and a half years. We've come up with some great scripts but Hugh and I

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‘Real Steel 2′ Still Being Developed by Hugh Jackman & Shawn Levy

  • 08 September 2014
  • by Sandy Schaefer
  • Screen Rant

Hugh Jackman’s sci-fi/sports offering Real Steel did perfectly alright by itself back during its theatrical run in 2011, when it earned a decent critical reception overall and took in just shy of $300 million worldwide ($85 million in the U.S.). However, over the three years since then we’ve heard little to nothing about development on a sequel – even though Real Steel screenwriter John Gatins (who’s now an Oscar-nominee thanks to his Flight script) was recruited to pen the followup even before the first movie hit theaters.

That lack of progress can partly be chalked up to Jackman and Real Steel director Shawn Levy having both been quite busy of ...

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Spielberg and Lucas On the 'Implosion' the Industry They Helped Create and Still Contribute To

  • 13 June 2013
  • by Brad Brevet
  • Rope Of Silicon

Steven Spielberg saw the end of New Hollywood in the late '70s as studios took control back from the directors they'd put so much faith in and now he seems to be predicting a similar meltdown, this time as a result of studios putting too much control in the hands of marketing teams and studio attempts to make movies for everyone. Speaking alongside George Lucas at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, the duo that most recently collaborated to bring us the modern day classic Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull spoke to an audience of film students about the current state of cinema. "There's eventually going to be an implosion -- or a big meltdown," Spielberg said. "There's going to be an implosion where three or four or maybe even a half-dozen megabudget movies are going to go crashing into the ground, and that's going to change the paradigm.

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Exclusive Interview: We Chat with Real Steel Director – Shawn Levy

  • 13 October 2011
  • by David Sztypuljak
  • HeyUGuys

Real Steel hits UK cinemas tomorrow. It’s a great action movie with more robots than you can shake a stick at. We got to speak with it’s director, Shawn Levy at the Big Screen event back in August about the movie, how it came about and what we can expect from it.

Shawn has previously directed Cheaper by the Dozen and Night at the Museum, and Real Steel was a very different movie to shoot that either of the films. In this interview we also get to hear how he learn to use motion capture and what it was like working with legends Steven Spielberg and Robert Zemeckis who Produced the film.

Real Steel is out tomorrow, 14th October.

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HeyUGuys: Can you tell us about how the fight sequences were filmed?

Shawn Levy: All the suits were motion capture, actual boxers. We would then take the raw

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'Real Steel': What will they borrow from 'Rocky' for the sequel?

  • 11 October 2011
  • by Mandi Bierly
  • EW.com - PopWatch
'Real Steel': What will they borrow from 'Rocky' for the sequel?

Well before Real Steel’s release to surprisingly good reviews, producers were talking about a sequel. Of course, they’ll still have to wait to see how the Hugh Jackman robot boxing flick holds up at the box office before they get the official green light, but last week, while being interviewed at NYC’s 92nd Street Y, director Shawn Levy told the crowd he’d been told to start thinking up the next chapter right in the story after the movie’s first test screening. The lead robot, Atom, and the young boy who plays Jackman’s son in the film,

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Director Shawn Levy Talks ‘Real Steel 2,’ ‘Frankenstein,’ & Carlton Cuse

  • 24 September 2011
  • by Roth Cornet
  • Screen Rant

Yesterday afternoon we had the opportunity to sit down with director Shawn Levy to talk about his upcoming science-fiction/sports movie/family drama Real Steel. During the course of our conversation we were able to explore what he refers to as a “dream mentorship” with producer Steven Spielberg, the success of the stunning effects work in the film, and the three separate versions of Atom’s origin that he had created before he settled on one.

Stay tuned for the full interview in the coming weeks. In the interim, we have provided excerpts below from the portion of our dialog that dealt with the storyline we can expect to see in a Real Steel sequel, updates on Fantastic Voyager and Frankenstein, ...

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Real Steel 2 In Development at Dreamworks

  • 19 April 2011
  • by Guest
  • Obsessed with Film

Real Steel doesn’t open in theatres until October 7th but the Hugh Jackman starring futuristic actioner is already getting an early ‘go ahead’ for a sequel, according to Deadline.

John Gatins who penned the upcoming release, has been asked back to write Reel Steel 2.

Real Steel is based on a short story from Richard Matheson, the legendary sci-fi writer of I Am Legend and which clearly has been inspired for the screen by the ‘Rock ‘em Sock ‘em toy robots. Set in the near future where instead of human boxing, we get 2000-pound, 8-foot-tall robot mashers – Hugh Jackman plays Charlie Kenton, a washed up former boxer who is forced into retirement when human boxing is outlawed and becomes a small time promoter/trainer to the robots taking over the sport. With his estranged son Max (Dakota Goyo), they manage a junked and outdated robot that begins to rise

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A new alternate reality game for the Real Steel movie launched at PAX last week introduces participants to a world where big personalities in sports are overshadowed by the bigger robots they build to compete. With the movie premiere more than six months away, this game has ample time to flesh out the history of the World Robot Boxing League.

By Michael Andersen, originally posted at ARGNet

PAX East was held in Boston last week, and conference attendees that took the time to dig through their conference swag bags discovered cardboard cut-outs of a futuristic controller. If rumor is to be believed, this innocuous controller serves as the trailhead to 42 Entertainment's newest alternate-reality game for the film Real Steel.

Each controller was labeled with an alphanumeric code and the URL www.wrb.com. At the time, the website displayed the controller alongside four progress bars. Inputting codes from PAX caused the progress bars to slowly fill up until earlier tonight, when the history of World Robot Boxing was revealed.

The history of robot boxing is charged with clashing personalities. The sport was born at Raiden's Koma Club in Tokyo's Akihabara district. Raiden carefully cultivated the bot-boxing community, offering scrap from fights in the club to help local designers get their start in the industry. Quickly, Kizu, an up-and-coming designer backed by Cold Siren Industries, dominated the fights with his bot Backslash. Kizu split from the Koma Club to found the World Robot Boxing League with billionaire Nate Matheson before abandoning Cold Siren Industries to create the next champion, Gamma.

Kizu did not get to enjoy his championship long before Gamma was defeated by the Lemkovas, a family of Russian oligarchs, and their bot called Rubicon. Partnering with former rival Tak Mashido, the Lemkovas created the current reigning champion and unstoppable juggernaut known as Zeus.

But while the era of Kizu appears to be over, the figure depicted on the controller given away at PAX bears a striking resemblance to Gamma, and the "G2" logo can be found on Gamma's blueprints, so his work may resurface again.

It is at this point, presumably, that former boxer Charlie Kenton (Hugh Jackman) steps into the ring with the Real Steel film. According to IMDb's description of the plot, Kenton "thinks he's found a champion in a discarded robot."

The Hero Complex blog hints that you might see director Shawn Levy and Hugh Jackman "using this particular campaign to communicate with fans in some special ways."

Stylistically, World Robot Boxing is reminiscent of many of 42 Entertainment's previous campaigns. In 2007, the Why So Serious alternate reality game launched when a handful of Joker playing cards were discovered at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles with the message "I Believe in Harvey Dent Too." Players had to unlock an image of the Joker pixel-by-pixel in order to proceed. And the badge-management system from Flynn Lives appears to have made a return, with users who entered codes to unlock the World Robot Boxing site rewarded with badges.

It also appears as though the practice of mailing players free items related to the campaign will continue, as players who completed tonight's puzzles were asked to provide their contact information for a potential mailing.

World Robot Boxing has so far offered a scintillating glimpse into a world where sports evolve into a race to engineer the perfect mechanical monster. As a former fan of BattleBots, the brief history of the World Robot Boxing League provided in this alternate-reality game leaves me with a desire for more.

For now, I'll settle for the film's source material, Richard Matheson's short story (and Twilight Zone episode) Steel. But hopefully, we'll be seeing more of this world of battling bots soon, before the film's premiere in October.

Register to play at World Robot Boxing and check out the discussion at the Unfiction forums to keep up with the action.

Sours: https://www.wired.com/2011/03/world-robot-boxing-league-presents-history-of-real-steel/
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Gamma

Gamma

Name:

Gamma

Title/Nickname:

The First Champion

Generation:

1

Bot Type:

Lightning Bruiser Level 4

Status:

Destroyed

Name: Gamma

Title/Nickname: The First Champion

Generation: 1

Bot Type: Lightning Bruiser

Status: Destroyed

Information

Charles Adams in a regular guy that goes by Charlie and one day he got a loan of 60,000 dollars. It was 2015 and the robot boxing sport just started. He decided to make a hardwired robot and bought the toughest metal for 20,000. His robot was completely solid metal, though the inside had a chamber were it held his remote box, motherboard, core and wires. He weighs about 1025 Lbs, which was the heaviest robot in 2015. He was the first ever champion due to his quick moves and they were easy to use and with his extreme weight and fast moves he knocked robots out with a few blows. His most popular move is a double uppercut while jumping and a headlock to the opponent alone with a blow to the opponents face. He was destroyed by a street robot, 'Thug' due to illegal moves.

Further Information

Charles Adams programmed Gamma like Atom with quick moves that were lethal. He got Gamma about 35 moves and one most fights with robots that were programmed with 60 moves.

Section: UW I

Handler: Charlie Adam

Creator: Coast Tire Motor Incorporated

Theme: None

Mode: Remote

Boost: Full Defense

Background: Junkyard

Opening Line: "The First Champion! Here's Gamma!"

Color: Gray

Parts & Auto

Core: Blue Hydraulics

Hydraulics: Cynaide

Mainframe: Tub' O Tough

Motherboard: Lunged Box 400

Remote Box: Unknown

Appearance

Similair to Atom, though completely Gray and heavier looking fists and arms. The G1 robot head in metal valley was Gamma's Head.

GAMMA

The First Champion

Ability: Steel Bulwark

Origin: USA

Weight: 1025 Lbs

Height: 8 '0"

Special Feature: Extra-Gloved Fists

Signature Move: Headlock

Stats & Data

Defense: 99/100

Power: 86/100

Speed: 56/100

Health: 45/100

Durability: 100/100

Intellagence: 24/100

Strength: 68/100

Special: 86/100

Special Moves:

Double Uppercut, Warm-Up, Tin Can, Headlock, Fast Lane, Chest Bump, Head Slam, Blow Combo, Power Rage, Metal Smackdown, Backstep, Forward, Roundhouse, Duck, Lean Back, More Beatdown, Full Defense, Powercut, Shake It Off, Foot Pin, Arm Lock, Pumped Up, Roll-Over, Gut Buster, Block, Round & Round, Best Fight, Robot Break-Out, Elbow Slam, Kicked Out, Pist Off, Decapatation, Extra Hype To It, Total Edition.

Double Uppercut - Gamma jumps in the air while double uppercutting the opponent.

Warm Up - Gamma punches two times on the left then a right uppercut.

Tin Can - Gamma slams his elbow into the back of the opponent and then rolls the opponent onto the ring.

Headlock - Gamma locks his right arm over the opponents head and then throws the opponent.

Fast Lane - Gamma does a combo of punching right and left three times.

Chest Bump - Gamma jumps onto the opponent.

Head Slam - Gamma punches the opponent in the chest right, left and knocks the opponent down by his head.

Blow Combo - A whole lot of blows, let's just say that.

Power Rage - Gamma runs into his opponent, head first.

Metal Smackdown - Gamma throws his opponent and steps on the head.

Backstep - Gamma backsteps.

Duck - Gamma ducks.

Lean Back - Gamma leans back.

Forward - Gamma steps forward.

Roundhouse - Gamma does a right then left roundhouse to the opponent.

More Beatdown - Gamma does a combo of left and right repeatitly to the opponent.

Full Defense - Gamma blocks the opponent with the left arm and punches the opponent with his right twice.

Power Cut - Gamma double uppercuts the opponent without jumping into the air but springing his legs.

Shake It Off - Gamma acts like he has a major malfunction and then releases it onto his opponent.

Foot Pin - Gamma steps onto the opponents foot.

Arm Lock - Gamma locks his arm around the opponent arms which was about to punch him.

Pumped Up - Gamma does a combo then pumps his fists into the air, showing it to the crowd.

Roll Over - Gamma drops and rolls.

Gut Buster - Gamma slowly duck and punches his opponent with his right arm.

Block - Gamma raises both of his fists.

Round & Round - Gamma spins and punches his opponent.

Best Fight - Gamma punches left punches his opponent twice, right uppercut, left punch twice, left uppercut.

Robo Break Out - Not known yet, though is known to be a full throttle beatdown.

Elbow Slam - Gamma knocks the opponent down by pinning the foot and slamming his elbow into his face.

Kicked Out - Gamma punches the opponent left, right, left and then jumps into the air double kicking the opponent.

Pisted Off - Gamma quickly barrages the opponents chest and does a double uppercut.

Decapatation -  Gamma jumps onto the opponent and the barrages the opponents head.

Total Edition - Gamma unleashes a full throttle of barragement towards the opponent.

Trivia

  • Gamma was the first real steel championship.
  • Gamma is completely solid metal, other than his inside wire and joint chamber.
  • Gamma looks like but Gray.
  • Atom was Gamma's sparring bot.
  • Gamma was destroyed by a street robot fight and the bot named Thug.
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