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This is Fighting Robots is a Chinese television game show which first aired in Spring 2018. It is produced by TheMakers, the producers of King of Bots. Although This is Fighting Robots is a separate show aired on a different viewing platform of Youku, the producers and competing teams are shared, making both shows associated with each other.

ConceptEdit

Much like King of Bots, competitor robots built by amateur builders and engineers to fight each other in combat. While attempting to win battles, robots must also dodge the hazards of the arena. Although King of Bots used a straight knockout format, This is Fighting Robots puts a greater emphasis on the reality side of the competition.

Competing robots are required to weigh between 60kg and 110kg, and to be equipped with an active weapon powerful enough to damage or immobilize opponents in various ways. Eligible weapons include high-powered spinners, flippers, axes, crushers, retracting spikes and flame weapons. Robots featuring multiple parts - including 'multibots' and drones - are also able to compete, as long as the combined weight of all parts remains within the maximum weight limit.

This is Fighting Robots was hosted by four celebrities, who would all choose ten robots for their respective team, over the course of manual selection before fights took place, and after seeing some in battle. The robots would then earn points in rumbles, on behalf of their celebrity.

PresentersEdit

This is Fighting Robots was hosted by four celebrities:

  • Zheng Shuang, captain of the Green Team (female)
  • Sa Beining, captain of the Yellow Team
  • Zhang Yishan, captain of the Blue Team
  • Wu Chun, captain of the Red Team.

Battles would also be introuced by a male-and-female presenter duo, who would also provide commentary for the matches.

Judges Edit

This is Fighting Robots had two main judges with two additional judges filling the third seat.

  • Peter, Famous MMA Referee
  • Forrest Yeh, Builder and driver of Spin Doctor, Ragin Scotsman, and Free Shipping.

Judging Criteria was based on 11 points distributed among the robots in each match

  • Attack Intent (# of Times, active attack, effective & bold damage) [5 points]
  • Damage Effect (Massive, obvious and effective damage, functional, defensive and surface damage) [3 points]
  • Control Ability (Attack & oppress opponents, arena weapons, action strategy, the ability to continue the battle when damaged) [3 points]
  • Points may also be deducted according to referee's gesture (rule violations)
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