Real Steel Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

Science fiction is a genre that produces some of the best films with the most amazing storylines, and the 2011 film Real Steel is a great example of that. Directed by Shawn Levy, this science fiction film is based on the 1956 short story entitled “Steel”, which was written by author Richard Matheson and published in the May edition of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. The short story was also adapted in an episode of Twilight Zone in 1963 before it was adapted into a film. Hugh Jackman plays the lead role of Charlie Kenton, a former boxer who becomes a handler of robot boxers. Real Steel touches on the highs and lows of his career in robot boxing as well as his relationship with his estranged son. 

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Real Steel Inspired Dog Name Considerations

Dog owners often turn to pop culture works for dog name ideas and films are always a sure source of inspiration for cool names for your pooch. There is a vast selection of movies, characters and actors and actresses whose names you can give to your dog. If you fell in love with the film Real Steel, you may want to go for a moniker inspired by the movie.

For Real Steel-inspired dog names, the most straightforward choice would be to choose the name of your favorite characters in the film. For male dogs, you can pick out of the male characters from the film, such as Max, Charlie’s son who discovers a knack for robot boxing. For female dogs, you can take inspiration from some of the lady characters in the movie. A good example is Bailey, who is Charlie’s friend and love interest. You can even pick a cool name based on the fighting robots in the film, such as Atom, Ambush and Zeus.

You can also put more thought into your choice by making a decision based on your dog’s personal traits. For instance, Hugh Jackman’s character, Charlie, likes to show a tough exterior but actually has a loving and affectionate side. If you have a rigid-looking pooch with a heart of gold, then this name seems like a perfect fit. 

Male Real Steel Inspired Dog Names

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Charlie
After Charlie Kenton, a former boxer
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Kenton
After Charlie Kenton, a former boxer
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Max
After Max Kenton, Charlie’s son
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Ambush
The name of Charlie’s old robot boxer
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Noisy Boy
Charlie’s robot that was destroyed in a fight
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Midas
The robot that destroys Noisy Boy
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Artie
After Artie Bakker, Midas’ owner
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Atom
An obsolete sparring robot that Max finds in a junkyard
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Metro
The first robot boxer that Atom beats
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Twin Cities
A national champion robot who loses to Atom
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Ricky
A promoter and carnival owner whom Charlie owes money to
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Zeus
Global champion robot boxer
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Tak
After Tak Mashido, owner of Zeus
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Mashido
After Tak Mashido, owner of Zeus
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Finn
Owner of an underground boxing club called Crash Palace and Charlie’s friend
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Marvin
Debra’s rich husband
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Bill
After Bill Panner, a guy whom Charlie owes money to
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Blue Bot
One of the robots fighting in the Crash Palace
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Throttle
One of the robots fighting in the Crash Palace
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Hugh
After Hugh Jackman, the actor who played Charlie Kenton
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Jackman
After Hugh Jackman, the actor who played Charlie Kenton
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Karl
After Karl Yune, the actor who played Tak Mashido
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Anthony
After Anthony Mackie, the actor who played Finn
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Mackie
After Anthony Mackie, the actor who played Finn
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Kevin
After Kevin Durand, the actor who played Ricky
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James
After James Rebhorn, the actor who played Marvin
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Gregory
After Gregory Sims, the actor who played Bill Panner
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Shawn
After Shawn Levy, the director of the film
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John
After John Gatins, the screenwriter for the film
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Mauro
After Mauro Fiore, the film’s cinematographer

Female Real Steel Inspired Dog Names

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Bailey
After Bailey Tallet, the daughter of Charlie’s former coach; Charlie’s love interest
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Debra
Max’s aunt and the sister of Charlie’s ex-girlfriend
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Farra
After Farra Lemkova, Tak Mashido’s partner
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Lemkova
After Farra Lemkova, Tak Mashido’s partner
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Evangeline
After Evangeline Lilly, the actress who played Bailey Tallet
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Lilly
After Evangeline Lilly, the actress who played Bailey Tallet
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Olga
After Olga Fonda, the actress who played Farra Lemkova
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Fonda
After Olga Fonda, the actress who played Farra Lemkova
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Hope
After Hope Davis, the actress who played Debra
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Dakota
After Dakota Goyo, the actor who played Max
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Yune
After Karl Yune, the actor who played Tak Mashido
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Sophie
After Sophie Levy, who played one of the sisters asking for Ambush’s autograph
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Tess
After Tess Levy, who played one of the sisters asking for Ambush’s autograph
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Wendy
After Wendy Aaron, the actress who played one of the robot handlers
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Leah
After Leah Barkoff, the actress who played one of the fight fans
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Jahnel
After Jahnel Curfman, the actress who played one of the fight fans
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Christina
After Christina M. Bender, the actress who played one of the fight fans
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Geneva
After Geneva Brunetti, the actress who played one of the fight fans
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Mary
After Mary McLaglen, one of the executive producers of the film
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Susan
After Susan Montford, one of the executive producers of the film
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Leslie
After Leslie Bohem, one of the writers for the film
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Ames
After Ron Ames, associate producer of the film
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Amanda
After Amanda Wright, the actress who played Ricky’s girl
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Laurie
After Laurie Valko, the actress who played the cowgirl
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Rima
After Rima Fakih, who makes a cameo in the film as herself
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Marlene
After Marlene Stewart, the costume designer for the film
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Levy
After Shawn Levy, the film director
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Meyer
After Tom Meyer, the film’s production designer
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Carey
After Peter Carey, the actor who played the Binga Arena announcer
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Swen
After Swen Gilberg, the visual effects director for the film

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