The toy out of its packaging.

As part of a series released by Road Champs in 2001, Toro was one of the options for the Grip N' Grappler range and came with a practice bot. It is based on the Season 2.0 version of Toro, due to the front part of the body's shape and sponsor logos. Like the other Grip N' Grapplers, the robot is physically attached to a trigger surrounded by a plastic casing that activates the robots' weapons. In the case of Toro, the trigger activated the flipping arm. This toy had a notoriety for having the arm getting stuck in the air after a while of playing. Like the Battle Bashers line, if the Grip N' Grapplers were struck in a certain location, they would "explode". Toro's weak spots were the panels in the front. The toy's horns are removable as well, similar to the real robot. Toro was also a part of a Toys 'R Us Exclusive called Kings of the Battlebox, which also included Mauler and Ziggo. The Third Edition version of this toy came with a plastic trophy similar to the trophy given to winners of the real tournament.

The toy as depicted on the back of the packagings.


Toro as part of Kings of the Battlebox.


The Striker practice robot that was included with this toy and several others.

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