Beat on the Brat

beat on the brat quests cyberpunk 2077 wiki guide

Job Type
Side Job (Minor)
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Beat on the Brat is a Side Jobs in Cyberpunk 2077. Beat on the Brat can be acquired from Coach Fred, and doing so will unlock the rest of the Beat on the Brat Side Jobs where V ventures on different parts of Night City to compete on Boxing matches. Completing  Side Jobs in Cyberpunk 2077, rewards you with experience points and may reward you with items. Side Jobs can also influence the main story outcome.


Beat on the Brat Side Job Objectives Cyberpunk 2077

  • Defeat the Training Robot.
  • Talk to the coach.
  • Defeat all opponents to get to the final round (0/4)
  • Take care of other things until Fred calls you back


Beat on the Brat Walkthrough Side Job Cyberpunk 2077

  • Coach Fred ask you if you want to take on his "new punching bag", a military robot modified for boxing. Once you accept, the fight will start. This is a melee weaponless fight where you have to defeat the robot.
  • Once you beat the robot, talk to Coach Fred. He will offer to represent you as your agent in fighting circles


How to unlock Beat on the Brat Side Job in Cyberpunk 2077


Beat on the Brat Side Job Rewards Cyberpunk 2077

  • EXP
  • Street Cred


Beat on the Brat Side Job Notes & Tips Cyberpunk 2077

  • This is a minor side job.


Side Jobs in Cyberpunk 2077
A Day in the Life  ♦  A Like Supreme  ♦  Beat on the Brat: Arroyo  ♦  Beat on the Brat: Kabuki  ♦  Beat on the Brat: Pacifica  ♦  Beat on the Brat: Rancho Coronado  ♦  Beat on the Brat: The Glen  ♦  Big in Japan  ♦  Blistering Love  ♦  Boat Drinks  ♦  Both Sides, Now  ♦  Bullets  ♦  Burning Desire, Night Moves  ♦  Chippin' In  ♦  Coin Operated Boy  ♦  Dazed and Confused  ♦  Don't Lose Your Mind  ♦  Dream On  ♦  Every Breath You Take  ♦  Ex-Factor  ♦  Ezekiel Saw the Wheel  ♦  Following the River  ♦  Fool on the Hill  ♦  Fortunate Son  ♦  Full Disclosure  ♦  Go Your Own Way  ♦  Gun Music  ♦  Happy Together  ♦  Heroes  ♦  Hi Ho Silver Lining  ♦  Holdin' On  ♦  Human Nature  ♦  I'll Fly Away  ♦  I Don't Wanna Hear It  ♦  I Fought the Law  ♦  Imagine  ♦  Just Another Story  ♦  Killing in the Name  ♦  Kold Mirage  ♦  Losing my Religion, Sacrum Profanum  ♦  Love Rollercoaster  ♦  Machine Gun  ♦  New Person Same Old Mistakes  ♦  No Easy Way Out  ♦  Off the Leash  ♦  Only Pain  ♦  Over the Edge  ♦  Paid in Full  ♦  Pisces  ♦  Push It To The Limit  ♦  Pyramid Song  ♦  Queen of the Highway  ♦  Raymond Chandler Evening  ♦  Rebel! Rebel!  ♦  Riders on the Storm  ♦  Run this Town  ♦  Second Conflict  ♦  Send in the Clowns  ♦  Sex On Wheels  ♦  Shoot to Thrill  ♦  Shot By Both Sides  ♦  Sinnerman  ♦  Small Man, Big Mouth  ♦  Space Oddity  ♦  Spellbound  ♦  Stadium Love  ♦  Sweet Dreams  ♦  Talkin' 'Bout a Revolution  ♦  Tapeworm  ♦  The Ballad of Buck Ravers  ♦  The Beast in Me  ♦  The Gift  ♦  The Gig  ♦  The Gun  ♦  The Highwayman  ♦  The Hunt  ♦  The Prophet's Song  ♦  The Show Must Go On  ♦  There is a Light that Never Goes Out  ♦  These Boots Are Made For Walkin'  ♦  They Won't Go When I Go  ♦  Tomorrow Never Knows  ♦  Tune Up & Epistrophy  ♦  Violence  ♦  War Pigs  ♦  With a Little Help From My Friends

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    • Anonymous

      Some good news - if you get tired of Rhino handing you your ass, just shoot someone in the room. It will turn everyone hostile, but will progress your quest (doesn't have to be during the "For my son" quest).

      • Anonymous

        Just a heads up for anybody who actually wants to do these quests: If you complete the "For My Son" gig before the fight at Rancho Coronado and they discover the body of the target, you skip the fight with Rhino. I made the guy commit suicide from afar and left the building to loot some stuff nearby, then when the body was discovered the Beat on the Brat: Rancho Coronado quest auto-completed (no exp or street cred I think) and Rhino rushed out to fight me. I booked it outta there, but later Fred texted me about how he heard **** went down and hope I got out in one piece. I never did the fighting quests so not sure if this impacts anything later, but you could probably "complete" the rest of the quest-chain by killing the dudes you're supposed to fight if you just want the gigs off your quest log.

        • Anonymous

          On my second playthrough I declined to fight the robot since I wasn't planning on investing in Body or Gorilla Arms and I still got a text from Fred and the 4 boxing quests.

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