If your looking for the venue from Def Jam Icon, see The After Hours.
|Hunt's Point Scrapyard|
|Location||Hunt’s Point, the Bronx|
- "Auto wrecker's is a disposal site for unwanted materials and fallen fighters"
- —In-Game Description
- "Scene of a vicious late night beatdown"
- —Afterhours' In-Game Description
Hunt's Point Scrapyard (After hours) is a venue that is featured in Def Jam Fight For NY and Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover.
If you want to really get a bloody groove on, the scrapyard is the place to go. This wide-open area is surrounded by several vehicles—including two tow trucks, a jeep, and a bulldozer—upon which you can smack the largest of foes. Use the door of the tow truck to launch a special attack after you smash your opponent through the window. Humiliate your opponents with the help of the industrial garbage bin: If you smash your opponent into it, you gain access to a large metal pipe. The crowd gets into this one, not only physically but also with tail-kicking weapons, including a board wrapped in barbed wire, tire irons, and long sections of steel pipe. Put the hurt on anyone unlucky enough to face you in this venue!
Events In Def Jam Fight for NY
Hero will fight in this venue during the Free for all tournament. Later he'll be forced to fight Teck, a hard hitter from baltimore. In his third visit, he'll defend Blaze in a 2 on 2 match against Magic and Crack. This venue will later be used in bonus fights.
- Teck (Boss Fight)
- Magic and Crack
Fourth Visit (Bonus Fight)
- Hunt's Point Scrapyard, 125th Street Station and The BET 106 & Park studio are the only stages in the series that are based on real life places.
- This venue appears to be a successor to The Junkyard in Def Jam Vendetta.
- Hunt's Point Scrapyard is one of five venues in Fight For NY that does not feature an announcer. The others are 125th Street Station, Crow's Office, Red Hook Tire Co., and Stapleton Athletics.