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FAQ/Move List

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                   Ready 2 Rumble Boxing FAQ/Move List (N64)
                   Version 1.7 - Last Revised on 03/15/2001
                        By Dallas (sdallas19@yahoo.com)

             http://www.gamefaqs.com - http://www.dallastm.cjb.net

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 This document is Copyright 1999-2001, Dallas (sdallas19@yahoo.com) and may
 not be reproduced nor retransmitted in any form without advance permission
 from the author.  It may not be altered, edited, sold, given as an incentive
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 Infringement.  This document is unofficial and is in no way affiliated with
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Table of Contents

  i.  Introduction and Revision History
  I.  Camera Angles
 II.  Move Overview
III.  Gameplay Modes
 IV.  Character Bios
  V.  Move List
 VI.  Secrets/Codes
VII.  Information

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                    i.  Introduction and Revision History
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Introduction
------------
This popular Boxing game has now made it's way onto the Nintendo 64, and it's
badder than ever.  When I first began this FAQ/Move List I could find no other
help around on the internet, so I decided to write my own, hence this document.
Not much really to say here, enjoy the game, and may this FAQ/Move List serve
helpful as you play.

Revision History
----------------
v1.6 (03/07/2001): Final reformatting.
v1.5 (12/26/2000): FAQ reformatted. Again.
v1.4 (06/27/2000): Reformatted FAQ. Remember, Michael Buffer is not in the
                   game.
v1.3 (12/22/1999): More moves added. It is now official. Michael Buffer is NOT
                   in the game, so please don't ask me about it anymore. Bobby
                   Meyer e-mailed the company that made R2RBoxing and they have
                   confirmed that he is not in the game.
v1.1 (12/13/1999): Added name of 2nd secret boxer.
v1.0 (12/11/1999): Initial Release.


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                             I.  Camera Angles
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In R2RB there are quite a few camera modes to choose from.  Basically this
part of the FAQ explains each Camera mode and how it looks, so here they are:

Normal View
-----------
This is your standard fighting view. As you and your oppenent move so does the
camera.  It is not to close and not to far away from the players, but a little
pulled back.  This is basically your default camera view.

Slow Motion
-----------
The reason why I call this "Slow Motion" view is because it makes the game more
dramatic by making the camera rotate very slowly around the characters making
it seem very realistic.

Fan View
--------
You are now in the eyes of a typical fan.  The Fan View allows you to view the
match from a spectators eyes.  The camera is pulled back outside the ring so
you get the sensation of what a fan sees during a match.

Slow Motion (Ring)
------------------
This is basically the same thing as the "Slow Motion" view only that it rotates
very slowly around the ring instead of the characters themselves.  So it is
just basically pulled back.

1st Person View (You)
---------------------
BAM! See the action in the eyes of your own character.  This camera view is up
close and personal with the character you choose and shows each punch you take
and throw.

1st Person View (Opponent)
--------------------------
This is the same thing as before only the camera is in your opponents face
rather than yours.  These 2 modes are pretty good if you want to get a good
look at the characters faces, but for beginners I recommend you stick with
normal view.

Well, those are all the Camera Views.  For beginners to the game, stick with 
Normal View.  But if you want to try out different things to make the gaming 
environment more dramatic or fun try all the different views.


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                              II.  Move Overview
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First off here is a note: In this section I list NO MOVES for any character.
Check the "CHARACTERS MOVES" section for that.  Here I describe some tricks
while fighting, they are pretty basic, but for those new to the game you
won't know what they are.


R U M B L E ! 
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This is a great feature in R2RB! Once you deal out a certain amount of damage
to your opponent, you will notice a letter appears on the bottom of the screen.
Your goal here is to spell out the word "RUMBLE" by collecting all the letters.
Once you do this, press the A and B buttons at the same time and your character
will yell out and his or her gloves will start glowing which does MAJOR damage
to your opponent.

Rumble Flurry
-------------
This has to do with the Rumble Mode gameplay (See Gameplay types).  While
playing in this mode you have infinite stamina. This is VERY useful!  Press
C-Down and C-Right to deal out the dangerous Combo, Rumble Flurry, which your
oppenent will almost 99.9% of the time not be able to block.

Basic Moves
-----------
Of course, besides each characters "Special Move" they all have a basic set
of moves such as various types of punches, jabs, uppercuts, etc.  It is always
good to use these, but if you're looking to do some real damage try combos, and
"Special Moves" to finish off an opponent.


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                            III.  Gameplay Modes
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Arcade Mode
-----------
The Arcade Mode consists of just plain ol' fighting and nothing else. While
in other gameplay modes you fight for prizes, money, and to further your
characters abilities, in Arcade mode there is NONE of that.  Just a fight and
nothing else.

Championship Mode
-----------------
Here's what you've been lookin' for!  Money, Prizes and Strength, oh my!  In
championship mode, you fight opponents and when you win your character will
gain money and prizes which enable him/her to gain more Strength.

   Training (Championship Mode)
   ----------------------------
   This is still part of the Championship mode, but it's what takes place 
   before you hop into the ring. Of Course when your characters start out they 
   are _very_ un-skilled.  That is what training mode is for. Here's what you 
   will be doing:

      Hit the Ball!
      -------------
      This is rather easy, and gives the player a sensation of the 
      controls for the game.  All you have to do is push the correct
      button right when the little Ball on top of it does. 

      Punching Bag
      ------------
      Just follow what the directions say.  If they say to Sway left,
      do it.  If they say sway right, do it.  This can be very difficult
      for some.  Just try to alternate your punches to keep that bag
      moving.

      Mini-Bag
      --------
      In this training game, you have POWER but not a lot.  Just make
      sure alternate your punches and keep that little punching 
      bag moving.

      BIG Bag 
      -------
      This is the last training for a bit.  You get a certain amount of 
      time so be quick!  Follow the instructions you receive on the 
      screen.

      Training Complete!
      ------------------
      After training is done, you will see a screen with a bag on it
      and show your training value percent and rating.  You can either
      set the training value to "Automatic" or "Manual" While with 
      Automatic you can get up to 100% but with Manual you can WAY
      more if you work hard.  It's up to you.  If you think you are 
      good at manual work, choose Manual, otherwise, if you just 
      like to take it easy and let the AI do it for ya, choose 
      Automatic, but that might lower your rating.

      Other Training
      --------------
      There are also some other training modes besides the basic ones.
      You can choose the "Weight Lifting" training which sound pretty
      easy but it's not.  No your controller isn't going to magically
      weight 2 tons and make you lift it, but instead you must press 
      the A button to start the weight, and stop it as close as you 
      can to the white line.
      
      Other Training (#2)
      -------------------
      Another Training mode you can try out is Vitamin and Mass 
      Nutrition training.  This doesn't involve ACTUAL training but
      it does cost you some dough. 


   P R I Z E   F I G H T S 
   -----------------------
   Whew, now that your character is a little built up, it's time to 
   get into the ring!  This is one way to get some $$$ and is mandatory
   if you want your character to get any stronger.  A REALLY FUN way 
   to make some quick cash is to BET on your boxer.  The maximum amount
   you can bet is $20,000 but remember if you lose the match, your out
   that much cash.

   Title Fights
   ------------
   This is the 2nd way you can earn some money and get a shot at the 
   Championship.  After you pass the 10 ranks you'll face the champ.
   You'll also get a secret boxer.  This is just another way to 
   make some money if you need some.


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                           IV.  Character Bios
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Boris Knokimov
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Age: 30
Weight: 220 lbs.
Reach: 73" (6'3")
Height: 6'3"
Description:
Boris is strong and has a great fighting style.  He is a good character to use
in the beginning of gameplay.


Butcher Brown
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Age: 23
Weight: 232 lbs.
Reach: 83" (7'3")
Height: 5'9"
Description:
He may be short, but boy is he tough! A 7 foot reach gives him a GREAT
advantage over the majority of his opponents.


Afro Thunder 
------------
Age: 21
Weight: 120 lbs.
Reach: 70" (6')
Height: 5'7"
Description:
Just goes to show you that skinny people _can_ fight!  Only a mere 120 pounds, 
Afro has a HUGE energy supply which is a GREAT advantage over opponents.


Salua Tua
---------
Age: 33
Weight: 358 lbs.
Reach: 77" (6'7")
Height: 6'0"
Description:
Mr. Sumo himself.  This guy is huge.  Although he may be slow due to his
weight, he makes up for it with his massive Strength!


Angel "Raging" Rivera
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Age: 23
Weight: 155 lbs.
Reach: 71" (6'1")
Height: 5'9"
Description:
This is proabably the most "Average" boxer you will find.  Just the right size 
for boxing.


Tank Thrasher
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Age: 26
Weight: 290 lbs.
Reach: 80" (7')
Height: 6'4"
Description:
A little on the heavy side, but nevertheless Tank is one mean boxer.  He
doesn't really care about his own safety, but rather on getting rid the safety
of his opponents.


Selene Strike
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Age: 24
Weight: 130 lbs.
Reach: 80" (7')
Height: 6'2"
Description:
One of the 2 women in R2RB, Selene may seem on the skinny side but her reach is
great. She is also a little on the slower side as well.


Jet "Iron" Chin
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Age: 20
Weight: 150 lbs.
Reach: 78" (6'8")
Height: 5'8"
Description:
The youngest one of all.  Jet has great jabs, chops, and backhands.  He also
has excellent speed.


Rocket Samchay
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Age: 23
Weight: 165
Reach: 78" (6'8")
Height: 6'2"
Description:
A former kickboxer, but that does him no good in boxing.  However, he is very
good with his hands as well as his feet.


"Furious" Faz Motar
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Age: 28
Weight: 230
Reach: 76" (6'7") 
Height: 6'5"
Description:
This Saudi Arabian guy may be pretty slow, but that is made up for with his 
great power.


Lulu Valentine
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Age: 21
Weight: 105
Reach: 64" (5'4")
Height: 5'2"
Description:
The 2nd woman boxer in the game as well as the smallest boxer I've ever seen,
which makes her quick on her feet and able to take out anyone.


"Big" Willy Johnson
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Age: 108 
Weight: 175
Reach: 72" (6'2")
Height: 5'10"
Description:
This guy is 108 and boxing!?  He has traveled the oceans for a century just to
come and compete in R2RB.


J.R. Flurry
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Age: 21
Weight: 160
Reach: 71" (6'1")
Height: 6'3"
Description:
This guy is really fast. He does seem a little conceited but all boxers are
like that.


Kemo Claw (Secret Boxer)
------------------------
Age: 34
Weight: 120
Reach: 99" (8'9")
Height: 7'1"
Description:
This guy is huge. He has an almost 9' reach!  Great competitor.


Bruce Blade (Secret Boxer)
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Age: 25
Weight: 243
Reach: 78" (6'8")
Height: 6'5"
Description:
This guy is a dirty fighter, but a good one.  Notice the padding on his head?


Nat Daddy (Secret Boxer)
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Age: 25
Weight: 265
Reach: 100" (9')
Height: 6'9"
Description:
This guy is very tough! With a 9' reach.  He is also from Las Vegas, Nevada
and has tremendous power.


Damien Black (Secret Boxer)
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Age: 500
Weight: 250 lbs.
Reach: 105" (9'5")
Height: 7'3"
Description:
The oldest and strongest character with the longest reach in the game!


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                                V.  Move List
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Boris Knokimov
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Superior: Back + C-Up
Reigning Axel: Forward, Back + C-Up
Delta Axel: Forward + C-Down, C-Up, C-Left (In Rumble Mode)


Butcher Brown
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Brute Disaster: Back + C-Up
Total Disrespect: Back + C-Left, C-Down, C-Right
Scrape the Gutter: C-Up, C-Left, C-Left


Afro Thunder
------------
Uptempo: C-Left (Tap Repeatedly)
The Supa Stoopid Funky Punch: Back, Forward + C-Up
Sucka Punch: Back, Back + C-Up (Tap up 3x to make it stronger)


Salua Tua
---------
Porkchop: Back, Forward + C-Up
Gut Buster: Forward, Back, Forward + C-Right
Monster: Down + C-Down, Forward, Back + C-Left


Angel "Raging" Rivera
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Lowrider: Forward, Back + C-Right
Ghetto Blaster: Back, Forward + C-Left
Salsa: Forward + C-Down, Back, Forward + C-Left


Tank Thrasher
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Blitz: Back + C-Left
Crash Test Left: Forward, Forward + C-Left
Crash Test Right: Forward, Forward + C-Up


Selene Strike
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Rush: Forward, Forward (Must be back)
Superwoman: Back, Forward + C-Left
Cold Shoulder: Back, Back, Forward _ C-Down


Jet "Iron" Chin
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Firecracker: Back + C-Up
Arch Protest: Back + C-Left
Giving Orders: Forward, Back + C-Up


Rocket Samchay
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Rocket Launcher: Forward, Back + C-Left
Right Elbow Smash: Back, Forward + C-Left
Left Elbow Smash: Back, Forward + C-Up


"Furious" Faz Motar
-------------------
Urban Attack: Up, Down (or Vice Versa) + C-Left
Whirlwind: Forward, Forward, Back + C-Left
Oasis: Forward, Forward, Back + C-Left, Forward + C-Up


Lulu Valentine
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Triple Upper: Back, Back, Forward + C-Up
Spinning Assault: Back + C-Left
Backhand: Forward, Back + C-Up


"Big" Willy Johnson
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Clockwork: Forward, Forward, Back + C-Left
Stealing Props: Up, Down (or Vice Versa) + C-Left
Time Out: Up, Down (or Vice Versa) + C-Left, C-Left


J.R. Flurry
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Knuckle Driver: Back, Back + C-Down, C-Right, C-Down, C-Up
Hard Driver: Forward, Back, Forward + C-Left
Bait Driver: Forward, Back, Forward + C-Down, C-Right, C-Down, C-Up


Kemo Claw (Secret Boxer)
------------------------
Warcry: Back, Forward + C-Left
Arrowhead Punch: Back, Back + C-Left
Shaman Punch: Back, Back, Forward + C-Up


Bruce Blade (Secret Boxer)
--------------------------
Corkscrew Blade: Back, Forward + C-Left
Sit Down: Back, Back, Forward + C-Up
Disrespect: Forward, Forward, Back + C-Up


Nat Daddy (Secret Boxer)
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Jackhammer: Back, Forward + C-Up
Dropping Bombs: Back, Back, Forward + C-Left
Dump Truck: Back, Back, Forward + C-Up, C-Right


Damien Black (Secret Boxer)
---------------------------
???: Left, Left, C-Up
BlackHeart Spear: Left, Right, C-Up
???: Left, Right, C-Left


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                            VI.  Secrets/Codes
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Don't Button Mash
-----------------
R2RB isn't the type of game where you can just push a whole bunch of buttons
and win.  You are going to have to learn moves and try to remember them and be
the biggest and best boxer there ever was.


Re-Gain health!
---------------
When you knock your opponent down, you will see him/her trying to get back
up.  While they are struggling press the A, B, or any of the C buttons
repeadetly and you will re-gain lost heatlh!


Betting
-------
Be careful when betting. If you think or know you're gonna lose a match, then
don't go and bet 20 K on it. However, if you've been fighting for a while and
think you can, by all means bet it all!


Don't forget to block
---------------------
The Bob and Weave is a good technique to learn if you want to win any titles.
First give your opponent a jab then block or try and avoid them as much as
possible.


Watch the Stamina!
------------------
Always remember to keep an eye on your stamina meter. Otherwise, if it is
near empty and you try to do a finishing move, it will do very little damage to
your opponent. Always let the meter fill up if you are running low.


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                             VII.  Information
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Credits and Sources
-------------------
Jakob - OTACON120@webtv.net 
  Gave me moves for Damien Black.

Bobby Meyer
  Informed me that Micheal Buffer is NOT a secret character, also gave me Bio
  for Damien Black.

Gary - Pokemaniac 
  Gave me a new move for Damien Black.

Shawn13184
  Gave me 1 of Damien Black's moves.

Nintendo Power Magazine
  For some of the moves I couldn't get.

Jeff "CJayC" Veasey - http://www.gamefaqs.com
  For hosting this FAQ on his website.


Contact Information
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Please contact me via one of the following, and I'll get back to you as soon
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