On the other hand, Dantomkia is awarded a judges' decision over Rick and Hassock's Hog 2, despite Hassock's Hog 2 having been eliminated by knockout earlier in that battle.
However, there are some exceptions, mentioned in the notes.
Each robot's ratio is determined by determining the percentage of knockouts from the total of victories. Battles that were won by default (such as various withdrawals from Annihilators over history) are excluded when calculating the ratio.
The Flipper Frenzy is listed as a knockout, even though Thermidor 2 allied itself against House Robots with its ostensible opponents. Because Chaos 2, Bigger Brother and Wheely Big Cheese were all immobilised, it is listed as a knockout.
Despite the judges making a ruling on the elimination of Cedric Slammer and Colossus, Firestorm 4 was the last robot immobilised and was never in danger of elimination, so it is listed under knockouts.
Half of Firestorm’s judges decision wins were Firestorm 2.
Two of Dantomkia's 3 judges' decisions included knockouts, but became judges' decisions because a single machine (13 Black and Rick respectively) held on to the judges. Dantomkia's remaining judges' decision was against Big Nipper, its only head-to-head judges' decision.
The "Audience Decision" in the House Robot Rebellion is counted as a judge's decision.
Despite both Sabretooth and Donald Thump ending the battle immobilised, Behemoth was also immobilised and was given the win on the judges. As such, it is counted as a judges' decision, despite both opponents being counted out.
Stinger’s victory in the House Robot Rebellion is treated as a win, because while the other competitor robots were eliminated, the opponents were actually the House Robots and Stinger was deemed the winner by surviving, not by knocking out Plunderbird 5 or Scorpion, its ostensible allies.