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Wolborg (ウルボーグ Urubōgu) is a Stamina Type Beyblade released as part of the Spin Gear System.

It is succeeded by Wolborg 2 in the toyline and manga. In the manga sequel Bakuten Shoot Beyblade: Rising, it reappears and is later succeeded by Wolborg 8 Bearing.

Bit Chip (BC): Wolborg[]

The chip depicts Wolborg.

Attack Ring (AR): Reverse Wolf[]

Main article: Attack Ring - Reverse Wolf
  • Weight: 5 grams

Reverse Wolf has several projections that are facing counter-clockwise. However, these projections have very little effect. There is almost no use whatsoever for this AR.

Weight Disk (WD): Eight Balance[]

Main article: Weight Disk - Eight Balance
14 grams

The Balance WD has a weight which is between that of Wide Weight Disks and Heavy Weight Disks. Its mass is distributed well, and in theory would be used for both Defense and Stamina purposes. That being said, there are numerous other options which are better for those types, and even Balance types, which also in theory would benefit from this type of WD, have much better choices (such as Ten Heavy). Ten Balance is the heaviest out of all of the Balance weight disks, and generally speaking, is chosen over Six and Eight Balance when customizing.

Spin Gear (SG): Right SG (Bearing Version)[]

Main article: Spin Gear - Right SG (Bearing Version)
  • Weight: 6 grams

This is the only truly useful part of Wolborg. It is the successor to Metal Dragoon Bearing Stinger in the sense that it has a free-spinning shaft supported by bearings. This system reduces the loss of spin that occurs when it is hit by another Beyblade. Unfortunately, in the trade-off of being able to replace the SG shell with a Left SG shell, you can only place one bearing in the shaft casing. Metal Dragoon Bearing Stinger allowed for the placement of two. However, Burning Kerberous and Takara's Zeus casings rectify this problem, as they can carry two bearings, though neither works effectively with this Shaft.

Mold Variations[]

Many players complain that Hasbro's tip of the shaft in the SG (Bearing Version) functions significantly differently from Takara's. Tests have shown that Hasbro's version is far more aggressive. This has been shown to have a correlation to the condition of the shaft and the fact that Takara's mold is considerably more pointed at the tip.

Placing Other Shafts in the SG (Bearing Version)[]

You can place the shaft of Metal Dragoon Bearing Stinger's Bearing Base and Wolborg 2's SG (Bearing Version 2) inside the casing of SG (Bearing Version).

Use in Second Generation Zombies[]

Originally, only Metal Dragoon Bearing Stinger's Bearing Base was available for Zombie use. However, SG (Bearing Version) became a serious choice for many players.

An example combo would be:

Use in Third Generation Zombies[]

An example combo would be:

Blade Base (BB): SG Bearing Base[]

Main article: Blade Base - SG Bearing Base
  • Weight: 10 grams

Because the SG is separate from the BB, there is very little that makes this BB noteworthy. For 5-Layer customization, Wolborg 2's Defense Grip Base 2 is generally a better choice for compatible Spin Gears. For 6-Layer, Dragoon V2's Customize Grip Base is a better choice - though Defense Grip Base 2 should be considered first.

Other Versions[]

  • Wolborg - CoroCoro Limited Version (Metallic Blue and Silver)
  • Wolborg- Phantom Force Version (Translucent Yellow)


Wolborg - Original Version[]

Wolborg - Phantom Force[]

Wolborg - CoroCoro Limited Version (Metallic Blue)[]

In Media[]


Wolborg is Tala's first Beyblade. It is first seen in Invasion of the Russian Army Corps, Borg!!.