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NOISY BOY Noisy Boy -  Real Steel 1/6 Scale Figure from ThreeA Real Steel 1/6 Scale Figure
ThreeA's Noisy Boy was first revealed on October 26, 2013. Designed in the sixth scale, this Noisy Boy collectible figure stands over seventeen inches tall and is based off of his appearance in the 2011 film Real Steel. Noisy Boy features over 500 LED lights, extensive articulation, and is designed by artist Ashley Wood. The exclusive Bambaland version of Noisy Boy includes a controller and headset. Pre-ordering for the Noisy Boy figure began exclusively on ThreeA's retail site Bamabaland.com on November 1st, 2013 and will ship to collectors in June 2014.

Noisy Boy is a Japanese robot who fought Rubicon for the WRB belt in 2016. He had a WRB record of 15-1 (plus one loss to Midas as an illegal circuit fighter). His only WRB loss was to Rubicon in 2016 which was a close match up until the third round where Rubicon got lucky with an uppercut that knocked out Noisy Boy. His last fight was lost to Midas, at Crash Palace where Noisy lost his right arm and head. Noisy's head was welded on the exit of Crash Palace.
 
Product Information
Manufacturer: ThreeA
Source: Real Steel
Year: 2013
Scale: 17 Inches Tall (1/6 Scale)
Original Retail: $389.99
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