Taunts are actions used to tease the opponent during a match, or while they're knocked down. They also speed up the health and power charge regeneration. These taunts are used in the console Real Steel game.
Fury Unleashed is a Taunt in the Real Steel game where the robot mimics the Pre-Match Action, Scream.
Do the Robot
Do The Robot is a Taunt where the robot mimics a classic dance based on how fictional early robots move. It is 10,000 to allow your robot to use it.
Cut-Throat is a Taunt where the robot holds its right arm forward pointing to the other robot, while pulling its left fist back. The human version involves sticking out the thumb and "cutting" it across the throat. The bots in the game however are apparantly unable to open their hands so players are forced to imagine this motion. It is meant to threaten death onto the opponent.
Check my Guns
Check My Guns is a Taunt where the robot raises its arms, and then suddenly pushes them up higher to mimic Zeus' piston arms.
Big Jump is a Taunt in the Real Steel game where the robot crouches before jumping into the air.
Beast Mode is a Taunt where the robot pounds its chest harshly.
Arms Crossed is a Taunt where the robot crosses its arms and stands up straight.
Rockin' Out is a Taunt from the Real Steel game where the robot uses its left fist to pound on its head several times.
Bounce Bounce is a Taunt where the robot jumps up and down while ratcheting its right arm up and down.
Muscle Man is a Taunt where the robot raises its arms slowly to show off its "muscles".
Karate Bow is a Taunt from the Real Steel PS3/Xbox game where the robot leans forward.
Head Spin is a Taunt where the robot leans forward and spins its head rapidly. The way its performed is reminiscent of the song by music artist MC Hammer - "Can't Touch This".
Shadow Boxer is a Taunt from the Real Steel game where the robot mimics the Pre-Match Action, Shadow Box.
Throw the X
Throw The X is a Taunt where the robot raises its arms and crosses them to imitate an X.
The bot will lower its arms while walking counterclockwise in place, showing off to the crowd.
The robot leans forward in a mocking fashion, taunting the opponent over how tired they've become over the course of the match.
The Tournament Pose was designed as a shoutout to martial arts tournaments. One leg supports the weight, while the other is bent at the knee and curled up to the chin. The arms are placed in a low and high guard position.
Woop Woop is a Taunt in the console real steel game where the robot raises its arms quickly twice.