Buddy Lee Don't Play in the Street vs. Turtle Road Kill
Turtle Road Kill's shape resembled a giant speed bump to Buddy's firetruck. Buddy spent the duration of the match trying to get a good hit on Turtle Road Kill. However, Turtle Road Kill would always get under Buddy and Buddy would just drive on over him. Team Loki felt that Buddy did put on the better show, but in the end, the judges awarded the win to Turtle Road Kill.
Buddy Lee Don't Play in the Street vs. Eraser
For this season, Buddy Lee Don't Play in the Street traded in its lifting arm for a small rotaty blade. Eraser had no active weapon but did have a solid driverain and good driving. The match was mostly a pushing contest because the rotaty blade proved to be useless against Eraser's thick polycarbonate armor. Buddy suffered an internal failure to a drivetrain component and lost all translational motion. Eraser won by KO.
Buddy Lee Don't Play in the Street vs. Spaz
Due to damage from Buddy's last match, the lifting arm was unusable for this fight. Because Spaz had no active weapon, the match was mostly a pushing contest. Spaz had the advantage and managed to manuever Buddy on to the Killsaws a couple of times. The match ended in a judges' decision and Spaz went on to win the Middleweight tournament.
Buddy Lee Don't Play in the Street vs. Turbo
This match paired up two Loki robots against one another. Turbo had a 40 pound exterior shell that was made out of titanium. His exterior shell rotated at about 1700 RPM. Turbo's weapon was very powerful so Nola, Buddy's driver, decided to remove the lifting arm for this match because it would probably have gotten instantly removed by one of Turbo's knockers. Buddy had to rely on just its powerful drive train and aluminum armor to win the match. In the early moments of the match, Buddy and the spinning Turbo made contact near the middle of the Battlebox. Instantly the Firetruck suffered some damage, but Buddy kept on moving. During the match, Turbo and Buddy ran into each other quite a few times. Turbo destroyed a couple of Buddy's wheels. But in the end, Turbo had lost all translational movement. The judges awarded the match to Buddy Lee Don't play in the Street.
Buddy Lee Don't Play in the Street vs. Fusion
Fusion had small pneumatic spike for the weapon, so Buddy's thin sheet metal firetruck was in danger. Underneath the firetruck Buddy has solid 1/4-inch thick aluminum plate, so the internals we pretty safe. The match was mostly a pushing contest. Buddy was able to get its small lifting arm underneath Fusion and take him to the Killsaws. The match lasted the full 3 minutes and the judges awarded the match to Buddy Lee Don't Play in the Street