Long Beach 1999EditPunjar's first match was against Namreko 3000. Punjar won by KO and advanced to the next round, where it faced KillerHurtz. KillerHurtz won by crowd vote and Punjar was now in the loser's bracket, where it faced The Mauler.
Punjar won by crowd vote and advanced to the next round, where it faced frenZy. Punjar won by crowd vote and advanced to the next round, where it faced Ronin. Punjar won on a judge's decision and advanced to the next round, where it faced Nightmare. Punjar sent Nightmare flying 6 feet through the air (because the disc was running backwards) during the fight. Because of this, Punjar won by crowd vote and advanced to the next round, where it faced Tazbot Tazbot won on a judge's decision and Punjar was eliminated from the tournament.
Punjar wasn't finished, however, as it participated the gigabot royal rumble at the end of the tournament but lost out to Razer.
Las Vegas 1999EditPunjar was scheduled to fight Tatar first, but Tatar had technical issues and was forced to forfeit. Punjar won by default and advanced to the round of 16, where it faced Blendo. Punjar spent the match charging at Blendo, which stopped Blendo from spinning quickly enough to cause any damage and sent it flying across the BattleBox. After continuing to attack Blendo, Punjar knocked it into the wall of the BattleBox, incapacitating it and securing the win. This KO put Punjar in the quarterfinals, where it faced KillerHurtz again.
KillerHurtz drove straight at Punjar and fired its axe, but it bounced off Punjar's wedge and send careening away. Punjar attempted to get underneath KillerHurtz and push it, but KillerHurtz drove out of the way before being slammed against the arena wall. There, it managed to axe Punjar, but failed to cause any damage. Punjar managed to stay on top of the fight, pushing KillerHurtz around into walls and hazards, occasionally flipping it up. In the end, Punjar won on a unanimous 9-0 judge's decision and advanced to the semifinals, where it faced Voltarc.
Both robots went straight at each other and Punjar pushed Voltarc against the spikestrip. Punjar then drove itself onto the wedge of Voltarc. Punjar was freed and Voltarc got caught on the arena spikes. Voltarc got underneath Punjar and dragged it towards the killsaws. Voltarc didn't let go of Punjar before the time ran out. Voltarc won on a unanimous 9-0 judge's decision and Punjar was eliminated.
Season 1.0EditPunjar was scheduled to fight Mr. Bonestripper first, but Mr. Bonestripper had technical issues and was forced to forfeit. Punjar won by default and advanced to the round of 16, where it faced Kill-O-Amp. After getting underneath the rear of Kill-O-Amp and then pushed it against the arena wall, the match ended and Punjar won on a close 5-4 judge's decision. This win put Punjar to the heavyweight quarterfinals, where it faced Gammatron.
In the match, Gammatron got a few hits on Punjar with its axe, but Punjar mostly maneuvered Gammatron's blows and started pushing Gammatron against the arena walls and the killsaws. The match lasted the whole three minutes and it came to a judges decision. Punjar won on a 7-2 decision and advanced to the heavyweight semifinals, where it faced the defending champion Vlad the Impaler.
Both robots drove slowly and cautiously to each other, not landing any hits until the 20th second, where Vlad the Impaler attempted to ram Punjar, but lifted the forks too early to get underneath. Punjar then turned around and got Vlad in its scoop, which allowed it to push Vlad the Impaler across the arena. Vlad managed to escape before Punjar pushed it into an arena hazard, however, so the fight continued with no decisive hits. Both robots then attempted to charge at each other, but the killsaws were activated at just the right moment to send Vlad the Impaler flying backwards across the arena. Vlad then got stuck on a section of the BattleBox's floor, but managed to free itself and charged once more at Punjar, nearly getting underneath but Punjar slid out of the attack and pushed Vlad again. The fight looked one-sided at this moment, until Vlad the Impaler charged across the arena at top speed, got its left fork successfully underneath Punjar, and rammed it into the spikes, which got Punjar on top of Vlad the Impaler. Vlad then reversed Punjar into the pulverizer, which caused a few dents in Punjar's armor. Eventually, Punjar was let free, and drove itself over the killsaws. Vlad then got underneath Punjar again, and nearly flipped it onto its side. Vlad the Impaler continued ramming Punjar, and pushed it into the pulverizer once more, and then ran over the killsaws, which tore up some of Punjar's armor. Punjar returned the favor by pushing Vlad over the killsaws. One last ram across the arena impaled Punjar into the wall on its side, before the fight ended. Vlad won on a 8-1 judge's decision and Punjar was eliminated.
Punjar wasn't finished, however, as it participated the heavyweight royal rumble at the end of the tournament. It was one of few robots still moving in the end, but lost overall to BioHazard.
Season 2.0EditPunjar's first and only match in Season 2.0 was against FrostBite. Both robots met in the middle of the arena and it became a pushing match. After Punjar got caught on the killsaws, FrostBite went straight at Punjar, but gets caught up the sloped front of Punjar, who drives FrostBite into the arena wall. Frostbite escapes and pushes Punjar into the killsaws. The shoving match continues, and although both can push about equally, the speedier FrostBite gets more good shoves of Punjar into the killsaws and the pulverizer. The match ends with more shoving of both robots while time runs out. FrostBite won on a 30-15 judge's decision and Punjar was eliminated from the tournament.
Punjar wasn't finished, however, as it participated the heavyweight consolation rumble at the end of the tournament. In the end, Punjar and OverKill won the consolation rumble and both robots came back for the heavyweight royal rumble. Despite getting flipped by BioHazard, it got back onto its feet and survived the rumble. Tazbot won the rumble overall and Punjar lost.
Season 3.0EditDue to previously competing in Season 2.0, Punjar was allowed to skip the preliminary rounds of Season 3.0, where it eventually fought Sharkbyte. In the match, Punjar suddenly stopped moving and Sharkbyte pushed it on the killsaws before it was counted out. Sharkbtye won by KO at 1:08 and Punjar was eliminated from the tournament.
Punjar wasn't finished, however, as it participated the heavyweight consolation rumble at the end of the tournament. Unfortunately about five seconds into the rumble, Punjar stopped moving immediately and was hit by Greenspan. It was later pushed against the spikestrip and was almost flipped by Little Sister at one point. In the end, Little Sister and Kill-O-Amp won the consolation rumble and Punjar retired after this.
- Wins: 11
- Losses: 6
|Long Beach 1999||Namreko 3000||KillerHurtz, Tazbot|
|Las Vegas 1999||
Mr. Bonestripper (Forfeit)
|Vlad the Impaler|
Series Record Edit
Long Beach: ?
Las Vegas: Semi-finals
Season 1.0: Semi-finals
Season 2.0: Round of 32
Season 3.0: Round of 32
Season 4.0: Withdrew
Season 5.0: Did Not Enter
Mark Beiro IntroductionsEdit
"From San Francisco California, weighing in at 208 pounds with a number 9 ranking from creator Ramiro Mallari. Introducing PUNJAR!"
"Weighing in at 204 pounds. He's on a malicious mission to put every BattleBot out of commission. Welcome the rising star PUNJAR!"
"He pushes and shoves. He's the BattleBot that everybody loves. Its PUNJAR!"
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