Boxer Robo

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Boxer Robo (ボクサーロボ) is a Machine Robo from Electronic Planet B-1. He is one of the Martial Arts Robo.


Machine Robo: Battle Hackers cartoon[edit]

Voice actor: ?

Boxer Robo was a member of the Red Knights team in the Algo Army, stationed onboard the Grand Whale in Crystal City. When the Good Luck came in to land on the planet he was sparring with Mask Rock. Burning Electronic Planet He later watched from the Grand Whale as the Wheelmen came under Gurendos attack. Strongest Warrior - R.JeTan! He later piloted a Power Riser as part of a large Algo Army force gathered to fight the Gurendos Quickly, Gattai Saurer! and was part of the force that drove Yasand back after the Machine Robo were revived from the effects of the electromagnetic missiles fired on Crystal City. Let's Do It! Boxer Robo was one of the Algo Army troops at the Grand Whale when it was infiltrated by Shinobis and Igarn in their attempt to destroy RIM. Special Command - Destroy RIM



Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos[edit]

Martial Arts Robo[edit]

  • Boxer Robo (1986)
    • ID number: MRC-6
    • Accessories: none
Boxer Robo was the 6th figure in Bandai's Martial Arts Robo series, consisting of a folding helicopter and separate inner robot. The inner robot is styled after a boxer, with oversized hands to represent boxing gloves, a head design based on a head guard and the leg design reminiscent of shorts and boots. The figure possesses superlative articulation for the period, with a turning head and waist, plus four moving joints on each limb, enabling it to effectively mimic many of the moves of boxing. The inner robot can also fit inside any of the Power Riser suits.
  • The figure was never released outside of Japan.


  • Like the other Martial Arts Robo figures, Boxer Robo was initially conceived as a conventionally-transforming figure before the decision was made to totally rework the toys into poseable figures with separate shells. Presumably as he was earlier in development, Boxer Robo only made it as far as a concept sketch.
  • Early images of the Battle Riser toy featured Boxer Robo as the pilot, but the released version had a figure of Luke Stewart instead.
  • He was also pictured as the pilot of the Eagle Shot prototype in Machine Robo Wedge, though it is unknown if he would have been included with the vehicle or if this was just for illustrative purposes.