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Death Roll - Steven Martin.png|Steven Martin at ''BattleBots'' in 2019
 
Death Roll - Steven Martin.png|Steven Martin at ''BattleBots'' in 2019
 
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A new version of Death Roll competed at ''BattleBots'' for its second time, in the 2019 season, carrying over design improvements made to Great White in order to finish in third place. In its first battle, Death Roll faced the New Zealand entry [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/End_Game End Game], fighting for Australian pride. Despite being on the receiving end of several hits which sent Death Roll careening across the arena, Death Roll secured a come-from-behind victory by flipping End Game over with its spinner, having broken the self-righting mechanism of End Game during the battle. Its second fight then saw Death Roll immobilize [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/Foxtrot Foxtrot] in a matter of seconds. After this, Death Roll became the first robot of the season to reach a 3-0 record, and indeed a 4-0 record, courtesy of its wins against [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/Quantum Quantum] and [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/Rotator ROTATOR], qualifying for the Top 16 as an undefeated robot. It competed in the Top 16 as the sixth seed and collected a dominant win over the experienced [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/Yeti Yeti], knocked out the defending runner-up [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/Minotaur Minotaur] in the quarter-final, before finally being knocked out by [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/Witch_Doctor Witch Doctor] on a split decision in the semi-final.
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A new version of Death Roll competed at ''BattleBots'' for its second time, in the 2019 season, carrying over design improvements made to Great White. In its first battle, Death Roll faced the New Zealand entry [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/End_Game End Game], fighting for Australian pride. Despite being on the receiving end of several hits which sent Death Roll careening across the arena, Death Roll secured a come-from-behind victory by flipping End Game over with its spinner, having broken the self-righting mechanism of End Game during the battle. Its second fight then saw Death Roll immobilize [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/Foxtrot Foxtrot] in a matter of seconds. After this, Death Roll became the first robot of the season to reach a 3-0 record, and indeed a 4-0 record, courtesy of its wins against [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/Quantum Quantum] and [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/Rotator ROTATOR], qualifying for the Top 16 as an undefeated robot. It competed in the Top 16 as the sixth seed and collected a dominant win over the experienced [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/Yeti Yeti].
   
 
In February 2020, Death Roll was confirmed to return for the 2020 season of ''BattleBots'', scheduled to start airing on Discovery on May 15th.<ref>https://www.facebook.com/TeamDeathRoll/photos/a.472168049643639/1258380634355706/</ref>
 
In February 2020, Death Roll was confirmed to return for the 2020 season of ''BattleBots'', scheduled to start airing on Discovery on May 15th.<ref>https://www.facebook.com/TeamDeathRoll/photos/a.472168049643639/1258380634355706/</ref>
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