Fat Shark was a Lightweight robot from Thailand that competed at Thailand Robot Fighting 2016. It was a blue, two-wheeled robot with a removable decorative shark fin on top, and armed with a horizontal spinning bar. It also was equipped with a nuisance bot to get in the way of opponents, this nuisance bot was armed with a net to snare opponents (Legal in Thailands Robot Combat scene).
Thailand Robot Fighting 2016EditFat Shark's first opponent was Ranger. This fight started with both Ranger, and Fat Shark's nuisance bots getting into an individual fight while Fat Shark ripped the rear panel off of the main bot of Ranger. Fat Shark's nuisance bot then fired its net at Ranger's main bot, entangling it, and leaving it driving in circles, unable to use its weapon. The smaller half of Fat Shark continued shoving the larger half of Ranger while the other half of Fat Shark ripped the wheels off of Ranger's nuisance bot, immobilizing it.
Fat Shark's main bot then attacked the only mobile half of Ranger, causing even more damage, but entangling the net in its own spinner. Now without any weapons this fight turned into a pushing match as both halves of Fat Shark shoved what was left of Ranger around the arena until time ran out. Fat Shark won the match, as the events matches were best 2 out of 3 it faced Ranger again.
This fight started with the nuisance bot of Fat Shark shoving Ranger around before Ranger, and the main bot of Fat Shark collided weapon to weapon. Ranger then got a hit on the side of Fat Shark, but this did nothing, and Fat Shark delivered another weapon to weapon hit before delivering a side hit of its own. This ripped away part of Ranger's frame completely immobilizing it, and it was counted out.
It then faced Boar Rampant in the finals. This match consisted of Boar Rampant immediately using Fat Sharks own net against it, entangling the deadly spinning bar in its own web. The rest of the fight consisted of Boar rampant shoving Fat Shark around the arena until time ran out. Boar Rampant won the judges decision, and was crowned the champion of Thailand Robot Fighting 2016.
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- Wins: 2
- Losses: 1