RoboJackets has been participating in sumo robotics competitions for six years, starting with two remote-controlled sumo robots at RoboGames 2015 as a part of BattleBots. Since then, our sumo team has grown in membership and scope, participating in the annual All Japan Robot Sumo Competition in the autonomous division for four years. Pictured is the team at the 2019 All Japan Robot Sumo Competition in Tokyo.To better accommodate the change in scope from remote control sumo to fully autonomous sumo, the team recently separated from BattleBots into its own team: RoboWrestling. Pictured below is the robot the team brought to All Japan Robot Sumo in 2019, named Guccii. RoboWrestling will be iterating on this design to compete again in the next competition. Their name choice, RoboWrestling, reflects the team’s interest in eventually exploring other robotics competitions beyond sumo.