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Middle and Lightweight competitions were never particularly popular in the UK, though competitions did happen. Usually the competitions were informal. 

The clasification "Middleweight" had a different definition in the UK to the US. US Middleweights were considerably lighter than UK MWs. Infact UK MWs were perfectly eligable to enter the HW competition, and good enough so that the top 4 robots almost always featured a "middleweight" robot. 

For this reason the UK definition has been officially scrapped and replaced with the US definition. 

DefinitionsEdit

Internationally Featherweights (or in the US Lightweights) are able to fight in the RW Micro arena. 

Middleweights are too big to flight in the Micro Arena, but are significantly smaller than a heavyweight robot. 

Super Heavyweights are significantly bigger than normal heavyweight robots. 

Sucessful Featherweights/ LightweightsEdit

Internationally Featherweights (or in the US Lightweights) are able to fight in the RW Micro arena.

  • DuckBill
  • X-Terminator- 2005 RR Runner Up
  • Wheely Small Cheese, 2006 Runner Up
  • Cassius
  • Killer B (US competitor. World championship winner.)
  • PressureJunior
  • T-KronicFW- 2005 RR Winner. 

Sucessful Middleweight robots (US definition)Edit

  • TigerFly (US competitor)
  • Little Flipper
  • Lev
  • Fire Ant

EventsEdit

Featherweight Championships, Stallion Skirmish 

MW champs 2012

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