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Raiding in Pokémon Go doesn’t require that much focus in the earlier levels. In most cases, you’ll be able to defeat raid bosses without doing much preparation. But that changes as you progress through the game.

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As you level up and start getting into more challenging raids, you’ll need to do some studying beforehand.

Going into a raid without doing any preparation may end up being a huge waste of time since you’ll want to complete it in a single go. Luckily, raid bosses are pre-decided and you’ll be able to check who you’ll be facing before making your way to the raid. This will allow you to create an elite squad of Pokémon that will be especially good against the boss you’ll be battling against.

Registeel is back after a long break in five-star raids. This Steel-type Pokémon may look scary and intimidating, but with the right squad, you should be able to take it down without a sweat.

What are Registeel’s weaknesses and counters in Pokémon Go?

Registeel is a part of the Steel family. Steel-type Pokémon are weak against Fighting, Ground, and Fire-types. Though there are countless Pokémon that fit the bill, you’ll need powerful versions that can be a match for Registeel and its CP ranging from 1,398 to 1,748, depending on the weather.

Here are some worthy candidates that can be a good match for Registeel.

  • Charizard
  • Reshiram
  • Chandelure
  • Darmanitan
  • Lucario
  • Landorus
  • Flareon
  • Moltres
  • Entei
  • Heatran
  • Blaziken

Out of all the options, Entei will be the must-have Pokémon in any type of lineup that’s taking on Registeel. Entei will be the most durable choice and it’ll also be able to dish out decent amounts of damage against Registeel. If you’d like to focus more on dealing damage, Fire-type Pokémon with high CP rates can also be decent alternatives.

When it comes to weather conditions, battling Registeel will be at its easiest when it’s sunny outside. Though it doesn’t make him unbeatable, fighting against Registeel may feel slightly more difficult when the weather is snowy.

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UFC Vegas 29: Korean Zombie counters the power of Dan Ige and scores decision win

Impressive grappling, good striking help lead “The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung to victory over Dan Ige at UFC Vegas 29

“The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung is back in the win column and can maintain his top-five featherweight ranking, scoring a unanimous decision win over Dan Ige in the main event of UFC Vegas 29.

TKZ with the equalizer to start round 2️⃣!#UFCVegas29 on ESPN2 & @ESPNPlus

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The first round proved to be a back-and-forth one. Ige saw Jung keeping his hands low and tagged him with some power shots. Jung, however, timed a takedown perfectly, and from there limited Ige’s offense and started to get the better shots.

Jung clipped and knocked Ige down early in round two, and he remained in control of the fight with his counters and defense against Ige’s power. Jung landed a shot on the jaw before stuffing a takedown attempt from Ige. After some battling against the cage, the fight went to the ground in the closing moments of the second and got to Ige’s back, threatening a choke before the horn.

Ige came out firing with more power in the third but fell victim to another takedown from Jung. Jung took Ige’s back again a couple of minutes later and nearly sunk in quite a few rear-naked choke attempts.

The Korean Zombie dominates despite strong showing from Dan Ige

Zombie in control in Round 3️⃣#UFCVegas29 on ESPN2 & @ESPNPlus

— UFC (@ufc) June 20, 2021

With motivation from his corner to bring everything out, Ige landed a couple of power shots to the body of Jung in the fourth before pinning him up against the cage wall. Ige got his offense going throughout most of the round, though Jung caught a high kick and took him down hard in the final minute of the fourth.

Ige brought out all the power he could in the fifth round, even rocking Jung once, but Jung stopped his takedown attempts before landing a hard knee and getting Ige down and getting back to Ige’s back.

The judges scored the contest in Jung’s favor with one score of 48-47 and two 49-46s.

Following the fight, just to make things that much sweeter for “The Korean Zombie,” he was awarded his Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt.

Next: UFC Vegas 29: Korean Zombie vs. Dan Ige live results and highlights UFC Vegas 29 takes place on Saturday, June 19, 2021, live from the UFC APEX in Las Vegas, NV. Follow along with FanSided, who is onsite, for all your live news and highlights.

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