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Team Behemoth had taken a risk by adding a new grabbing tool to their robot.

Before the match, Team Behemoth had taken a risk by adding a new grabbing tool to their robot.
Team Cherub went on to lose in the final round against the robot Eruption who flipped them out of the arena.
Mhairi Bruce‏ added: ‘Man that guy is angry with his team #teamBehemoth #RobotWars That was some face while he stormed off screen!’
Rob Proudman‏ tweeted: ‘#TeamBehemoth Team captain very childish stomping off like that.’
Viewers were not impressed by the child-like behaviour from the losing team’s captain.

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as mentioned in Up and up went their robot, floating to the final on a cloud of goodwill and favourable judges’ decisions.
Read Louisa’s review of the previous episode here.
Disunity reigned elsewhere, particularly in the Behemoth team where the choice to try out a new weapon proved a controversial one and caused the captain to stalk off in a strop.
Tossing bots out of the arena is undoubtedly cool, but give us a bit of a dance first eh lads?
Having built a weapon so destructive it destroyed their own bot in a storm of fizzing, spitting sparks, theirs was an Icarian defeat.

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A Robot Wars contestant has revealed why he stormed off set in a rage after his team lost to a group of schoolchildren.
Ant said: “I am incredibly passionate about Robot Wars and it is something I take very seriously.
“I apologised to the Cherub team and Angela after the cameras stopped rolling for that moment.”
On Sunday night’s show his team – a group of four adults – took on Team Cherub, made up of three children and one adult.
Behemoth used a new “grabber” innovation on their robot for the showdown, but it did not go to plan.

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