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Not to be confused with the 2016 season of BattleBots on ABC also known as Season 2.

Comedy Central Season 2.0 was the second televised season of BattleBots. It marked the return of robot combat in Las Vegas, filmed at the All-American SportPark after the first televised season was shot in San Francisco.

Bil Dwyer and Sean Salisbury both returned to host the show, and Mark Beiro retained his role introducing robots to the BattleBox ahead of fights. Bill Nye also returned to provide technical analysis on robots during battles. Donna D'Errico was unable to return following the birth of her child, so Heidi Mark became a full-time pit reporter in Season 2.0.

The show retained its format, with competing robots spread across four different weight classes. Season 1.0 Giant Nut winners Minion, Vlad the Impaler and Backlash looked to defend their title during the competition, with Hazard notably absent.

Type of Robot[1]
Wheeled Robots Walkers
Lightweight 25lbs - 58lbs 25lbs - 87lbs
Middleweight 59lbs - 115lbs 88lbs - 173lbs
Heavyweight 116lbs - 210lbs 174lbs - 315lbs
Superheavyweight 211lbs - 325lbs 316lbs - 488lbs


The lightweight division was won by Ziggo this season, defeating defending champion Jim Smentowski and Backlash in the final. The absence of Hazard guaranteed a new middleweight champion, and thwackbot Spaz took out El Diablo to earn the Giant Nut for the first time. Vlad the Impaler fell short of defending their title as Carlo Bertocchini and BioHazard bested them in the final, and Donald Hutson and Diesector won the superheavyweight division, as eventual runner-up Atomic Wedgie shocked the previous season's winner Minion early in the bracket.

Episodes[]

Episode 1[]

Lightweights
Tentoumushi vs. Evil Fish Tank

Episode 2[]

Heavyweights
Bigger Brother vs. Mauler 51-50
Superheavyweights
War Machine vs. Snake
Lightweights
Toe-Crusher vs. No Tolerance III

Episode 3[]

Heavyweights
FrenZy vs. Panic Attack
BioHazard vs. Suicidal Tendencies
GoldDigger vs. KillerHurtz

Episode 4[]

Lightweights
Ziggo vs. Scrap Daddy LW55
Heavyweights
FrostBite vs. OverKill
Middleweights
Sallad vs. Mouser Mecha-Catbot

Episode 5[]

Heavyweights
Voltronic vs. Bigger Brother
Middleweights
Complete Control vs. Super Chiabot
Superheavyweights
Atomic Wedgie vs. Minion
Toro vs. Tripulta Raptor

Episode 6[]

Middleweights
Deadblow vs. Kegger
Blade Runner vs. Scrap Daddy MW110
Heavyweights
The Master vs. Subject to Change Without Reason

Episode 7[]

Lightweights
Ziggo vs. Afterthought
Heavyweights
Vlad the Impaler vs. Tazbot
BioHazard vs. Nightmare

Episode 8[]

Superheavyweights
Revision Z vs. Ronin
Middleweights
Spaz vs. Buddy Lee Don't Play in the Street
The Master vs. Blade Runner

Episode 9[]

Superheavyweights
Diesector vs. Rammstein
Lightweights
Toe-Crusher vs. Evil Fish Tank
Middleweights
Bad Attitude vs. Deadblow

Episode 10[]

Superheavyweights
Atomic Wedgie vs. Toro
Lightweights
El Diablo vs. Complete Control
Heavyweights
FrenZy vs. GoldDigger
Lightweights
Backlash vs. Sallad

Episode 11[]

Heavyweights
Voltronic vs. FrostBite
Superheavyweights
War Machine vs. DooAll
Lightweights
Beta Raptor vs. Crusher

Episode 12[]

Lightweights
Ziggo vs. Beta Raptor
Backlash vs. Toe-Crusher

Ziggo vs. Backlash

Episode 13[]

Heavyweights
Vlad the Impaler vs. Voltronic
BioHazard vs. FrenZy

BioHazard vs. Vlad the Impaler

Episode 14[]

Superheavyweights
Revision Z vs. Gray Matter
Atomic Wedgie vs. Revision Z

Episode 15[]

Heavyweight Rumble 1
Superheavyweights
Diesector vs. War Machine

Diesector vs. Atomic Wedgie

Episode 16[]

Lightweights
Bad Attitude vs. SABotage
Spaz vs. Bad Attitude
Middleweight Rumble

Episode 17[]

Middleweights
El Diablo vs. Ankle Biter
Superheavyweight Rumble

Spaz vs. El Diablo

Episode 18 - Remaining Rumbles[]

Heavyweight Rumble 2
Lightweight Rumble

References[]

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