Fight Night Round 4

Platform(s): PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Genre: Sports
Publisher: EA Sports
Developer: EA Canada
Release Date: June 25, 2009

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by Rainier on May 7, 2009 @ 4:51 p.m. PDT

Fight Night is back with the most realistic “in the ring” experience to date, featuring some of the greatest boxers in history fighting in their prime. Featuring a re-written gameplay engine, Fight Night Round 4 will add a variety of fighting styles and boxer differentiation to authentically emulate the greatest fighters of all time.

Muhammad Ali, the most celebrated boxer of all time, was famous for his quick tongue and his even quicker hands that wore down his opponents fight after fight. Ali was the first fighter in history to win the undisputed heavyweight championship three times, and is highly revered for his contribution to the sport of boxing. Mike Tyson, a knock out legend, will join Ali on the cover. The youngest boxer ever to win a heavyweight championship, Tyson enthralled the world with his precision, power, and ability to put away his opponents in the first round. These two boxing icons finally come face to face in Fight Night Round 4.

The addition of Mike Tyson to Fight Night Round 4 fills a hole in videogame rosters that has existed for almost a decade. Users will finally be able to fight as ‘Iron Mike’, or fight against him as one of many other all time greats. Promising to revolutionize the fighting genre, Fight Night Round 4 features an all new physics based gameplay engine that brings the most authentic interpretation of the sweet science to the videogame world. The action inside the ring will be faster than ever, delivering a true representation of the sport’s incredible speed, accuracy, timing, and power. Fight Night Round 4 allows you to create dozens of legendary match ups, including Tyson vs. Ali, with unprecedented realism.

Manny Pacquiao will win his highly anticipated May 2nd bout against Ricky Hatton with a convincing 11th round knockout, according to the simulation conducted using Fight Night Round 4.

According to the simulation, an aggressive attempt by Hatton to limit Pacquiao’s movement early on was unsuccessful. Pacquiao’s used his speed and control of the ring to take advantage of Hatton’s aggression, picking his punches and keeping out of range. The tide turned in Hatton’s favor in Round 4 when he found some success trapping Pacquiao in the corner. With little room to work with, Pacquiao was forced to trade blows on Hatton’s terms. This relentless exchange proved to be too much for Pacquiao who went down to a powerful left hook at the end of Round 6. The later rounds saw the revival of the quick moving Pacquiao, who outpaced and out boxed Hatton yet again. Lightning fast left jabs wreaked havoc on Hatton through Rounds 7, 8 and 9 before a commanding right hand brought him to the mat in Round 10. Badly hurt and looking sluggish, Hatton was unable to beat the count after falling to another deadly right hook from Pacquiao in Round 11.

Preliminary roster:

  1. Mike Tyson
  2. Muhammad Ali
  3. Ricky Hatton
  4. Ray Robinson
  5. Thomas Hearns
  6. Miguel Cotto
  7. Shane Mosely
  8. Jake Lamotta
  9. Marvin Hagler
  10. Roy Jones Jr.
  11. Carlos Monzon
  12. Jermaine Taylor
  13. Kelly Pavlik
  14. Manny Pacquiao
  15. Pernell Whittaker
  16. Julio Caesar Chavez
  17. George Foreman
  18. Joe Frazier
  19. Lennox Lewis
  20. Ray Leonard
  21. James Toney
  22. Roberto Duran
  23. Marco Antonio Barrera
  24. Amin Asikainen
  25. Paulie Malignaggi
  26. Kermit Cinteron
  27. Eddie Chambers
  28. Arturo Gatti
  29. Corey Spinks
  30. Tommy Morrison
  31. Sergio Mora
  32. Fernando Montiel
  33. Jorge Armando Arce
  34. Arementa
  35. Anthony Mundine
  36. Emanuel Agustus
  37. Vinny Paz
  38. Vivian Harris
  39. Billy Dib
  40. Diego Corrales
  41. Erik Morales
  42. Nate Campbell
  43. Ronald 'Winky' Wright
  44. Yuriorkis Gamboa
  45. Nonito Donair
  46. Arthur Abraham
  47. Joe Calzaghe
  48. Roberto Guerrero
  49. Edwim Valero
  50. Victor Ortiz

Consumers can step into the ring sooner with GameStop’s exclusive pre-order program. By pre-ordering Fight Night Round 4 at their local Gamestop, or online at, fans will receive early access to the game’s demo.

Fight Night Round 4 will be available worldwide for the PS3 and Xbox 360 June 30, 2009.

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