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The Terrordome
The terrordome
Owner Crow
Club Boss(es) Crazy Legs (Crow's Crew)
Flava Flav (D-Mob's Crew)
Location Soundview, the Bronx
"Underground pit-fighting club with an old-school twist"
—In-Game Description

The Terrordome is a venue that is featured in Def Jam Fight For NY and Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover.

Description

The Terrordome is essentially a square cement fighting pit, with some unique environmental hazards in the form of three iron I-beams that jut up from the floor. These beams can be used to gain a height advantage on your opponents, but be aware that they can grapple you while you're idly standing atop your perch and slam you to earth. The crowd is kept out of the fight here, and watches from a balcony lined with razor wire. Occasionally a spectator tosses weapons into the fray, so keep your eyes open; the object may fall behind a beam and be obscured from view. The Terrordome's cement walls make for brutal whipping attacks, so use them often. The Terrordome is old-school paradise. In Story mode, you're pitted here against the baddest of the bad, from Flava Flav to Crazy Legs, in a test of mettle that takes you on a nostalgic trip.

Music

  • Mama Said Knock You Out
  • Nuff Respect

Events In Def Jam Fight for NY

Hero will head to this venue to battle with Baxter, Dan G, and Crazy Legs. Later, he will engage Flava Flav in combat for Crow. This venue will be used later in bonus fights.

Opponents

First Visit

Second Visit

Third Visit (Bonus Fights)

Terror Team Battle (Team Tournament with Crack)

Gallery

Venues from Def Jam Fight For NY
Crow's Office · The Foundation · The Limit · Club 357 (High Stakes) · The Babylon · Dragon House · Syn Energy Power Plant · Red Room · Club Murder · 125th Street Station · The Terrordome · The Chopshop · Hunt's Point Scrapyard (After Hours) · Seventh Heaven (Club DTP) · The Heights · The Pit · Red Hook Tire Co. · Gauntlet (Intense) · Gun Hill Garage · Stapleton Athletics
Exclusive to The Takeover: Terminal Offload · The Barge · The Bunker · The Dead End