Wrestler Robo

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Wrestler Robo
Machine Robo character
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Wrestler Robo toy in box
First appearance

Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos episode 38, "Raise Your Gun Helitranser", March 26, 1987
Created by

Bandai
Voiced by

Show Hayami[1]
Japanese name

レスラーロボ
Release number

MRC-3, KR-03
Information
Species Machine Robo
Gender Male
Occupation Warrior
Abilities

Affiliation

Battle Base personnel, Cronos Clan

Wrestler Robo is a fictional character from the Machine Robo series. He is a heroic member of the Cronos Clan introduced in 1986.

Machine Robo

Wrestler Robo is a heroic Machine Robo. His toy comes with a backpack that turns into a car. He sometimes pilots a Power Riser armor. He probably knows wrestling martial arts. Because of his mechanoid nature Wrestler Robo does not need to breath oxygen and is resistant to cold, but is vulnerable to intense magnetic fields.

Animated series

Wrestler Robo appeared among the Battle Base troops in episode 38, "Raise Your Gun Helitranser".

Wrestler Robo wears a Power Riser armor in Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos episode 41, "Power Riser - Break Through the Enemy"

In Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos episode 41, "Power Riser - Break Through the Enemy" Wrestler Robo presented the Power Riser suits he had built to Rom Stol. When Rom attempted to leave in his Power Riser suit to take on the Gandora he was joined by many of his allies, including Bike Robo, Blue Jet, Wrestler Robo, Reina Stol, Rod Drill and Triple Jim. During the battle Garudi injured Wrestler Robo's shoulder with the Wolf Sword. [2]

In episode 42, "Vikung-Fu - Cry of Anger!", after Diaman removed the Wolf Sword from Abarar. Grujious possessed Wrestler Robo to steal the sword from Harley Robo and Kendo Robo. When Harley Robo tried to stop the theft, he was stabbed by the sword.[3]

Wrestler Robo is last seen in episode 44, "Cronos's Last Battle", where he is among the cheering Machine Robo celebrating the Hyribead saving the planet Cronos.[4]

Note: The animation model of Wrestler Robo colors his head black, but the toy had a silver head. He uses his car in the series. Wrestler Robo voice actor Show Hayami has also voiced numerous Transformers voices in Japan, as far back as Ironhide and Spike Witwicky in Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers up until Vector Prime in Transformers: Galaxy Force.[5]

Toys

  • Bandai Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos MRC-3 Wrestler Robo (1986)
A new mold. Comes with a backpack that turns into a car that Wrestler Robo can fit inside.

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