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These articles relate to the UK television game show Robot Wars, including the upcoming series, pages on robots, presenters, battles, episodes and teams, as well as the Dutch, American and German counterparts. It also contains information on pages deemed relevant in terminology and the Robotic Combat sport.

This wiki only covers Robot Wars and as such does not provide detailed information from Techno Games, BattleBots, Robotica, or other such competitions, briefly mentioning other TV shows only when a Robot Wars team competes. Robot Wars Live Events are summarised on relevant pages, though live-specific articles are not covered.

Robot Wars Wiki is also associated with King of Bots Wiki - please visit this site for information on the Chinese shows King of Bots and This is Fighting Robots.

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Razer was a British robot that was one of the most famous robots in the history of robotic combat. Two-time World Champion Razer remains the most successful robot in the show's history, with forty battle victories and seven robot combat championships to its name. Razer was the second-longest appearing competitor in the show's history, competing in Series 2-6 of the original series, both series of Robot Wars Extreme and later Series 8, as well as appearing in foreign versions of the show.

Razer's early career was defined by its ability to excel in every area except the main competition; despite winning back-to-back Best Design Awards and a number of side tournaments (including The First World Championship), it was only able to achieve three combat victories in as many UK Championships, breaking down in the second round of Series 2 and 3 and losing in the Heat Final of Series 4 to Pussycat.

Razer had far greater success post-2000, finally escaping the Heats in Series 5 and defeating Firestorm 3 and Bigger Brother to win the UK Championship trophy. Returning to defend its title in Series 6, Razer once again won its heat and reached the Grand Final, but placed second after losing a close-fought and famous judges' decision with its main rival, Tornado. It continued to excel in side competitions, winning The Second World Championship and two All-Stars tournaments.


Did you know...

  • ...that despite being claimed as 280kg on the show, the original Sir Killalot actually weighed around 520kg?
  • ...that in the Series 9 Celebrity Special, the Celebrities drew a concept for a robot which was then built for them to fight?

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