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For detailed information about this series, see: Fight Night at Wikipedia

Fight Night is a series of boxing videogames created by Electronic Arts under the brand "EA Sports". It serves as a continuation of their boxing series after Knockout Kings.

The released games are:

  • Fight Night 2004 (January 19, 2004), PlayStation 2, Xbox.
  • Fight Night Round 2 (February 28, 2005), PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube.
  • Fight Night Round 3 (February 20, 2006), PlayStation 2, Xbox. Later also released for Xbox 360, PSP and PlayStation 3.
  • Fight Night Round 4 (June 25, 2009), Xbox 360, PlayStation 3.
  • Fight Night Champion (March 1, 2011), Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, iOS.

Links to other series

Note: The appearance of The Burger King in Fight Night Round 3 doesn't count since he appears to be a person in a mascot suit, therefore a reference to the real life food chain, not a fictional character.

Direction Series Date Description Type


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Double Arrow L

Knockout Kings20040119 January 19, 2004The Fight Night series is a spiritual successor to Knockout Kings.3
4Arrow L Punch-Out!!20050228 February 28, 2005The GameCube version of Fight Night Round 2 features Little Mac from the SNES game Super Punch-Out!! as an unlockable boxer.1
5Arrow R Need for Speed20111115 November 15, 2011Calvin Garret from Need for Speed: The Run might be based on Andre Bishop from Fight Night Champion.3

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