Higher energy transfer through the pins via an increased coefficient of restitution is what you can expect from a ball with a weight block such as the Iron Cross. We have pushed the limits of weight block technology in the Street Fight, so evolving the coverstock technology was vital as well. R4S Pearl Reactive has never been seen on any other ball in the market.

Released: October 2016

Color: Purple/White
Fragrance: Blackberry

Technical Specifications

  • 12 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration




  • 13 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration




  • 14 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration




  • 15 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration




  • 16 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration




Wow, that's massive

The largest weight block in its class, the Iron Cross has the highest RG of any Storm ball. In fact, it has 10% more mass than the ever popular Hy-Road. The mission was to create something that retains as much axis rotation as it could, while retaining overall flare potential. It delays its own roll, just when you need it to.

A Complete Game Changer

R4S has come from several generations of Reactor coverstock material. With an increased porosity that is higher than its ancestor, you can feel confident that it will grab when it sees friction at the end of the pattern. It has the highest reactivity of any Reactor series cover and bridges the gap between mid-range Thunder Line and high-end Premier Line balls.

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Street Fight
March 22, 2018
Street Fight
When the lanes are oily and nothing works I use my Street Fight. Nothing I have hits as strong as this ball. I have many Storm Bowling balls but this one hits harder and revs best. Great job Storm ! Is thereanything comparable to this ball
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Brealyn Pickelheimer
February 17, 2017
Storm Street fight
I got this ball right as it came out and right out of the box the hooked harder than anything in my bag and instantly became my go to strike ball. This ball is a great ball for the bowler who throws a lot of revs and a bowler who isn't afraid of a ball who can come back hard into the pocket
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Roto Grip Rick
October 12, 2016
Street Fight by Roto Grip Rick
Ball: Street Fight
Layout: 6 x 5 with 4” pin buffer
Coverstock: R4S – pearl reactive
Core: Iron Cross (14-16lbs.)
Finish: 3000 sheen
Flare potential: 3” – 5” HIGH
Lane conditions: 44 ft. house pattern with 2015 Flex with Fire and Ice conditioner on older HPL installed in early 2000’s and newer SPL with Infinite conditioner with ION machine.
Test results: The ball projected roll for me was early than I thought knowing it had the R4S coverstock. Usually pearls are longer in length down lane and a whole lot more angular. With it being 3000 grit sheen, the ball went longer down lane, recovered later but not anymore angular that the PHAZE II. It suited better for me in a more consistent way on newer SPL with Infinite oil. It needs the extra viscosity to remain “calm” down lane. Moving left with my feet just right off center and looking at the base of the 4 pin gave me the best look overall on both lane surface and conditioner. Very strong ball from release to the pocket, not a full step down from the PHAZE II, but a good half step down in overall hook potential. Nice THS for lanes with slicker surface and or more volume.
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Steve Richter
October 11, 2016
5" x 4" x 4.5" Street Fight
In our shop, the original Fight has been a very unique ball that almost requires someone to throw a MatchMaker test ball first to see if it matches up to their game before we've cut them. The core is SO high RG that some players it provides the kick their games need while others the ball looks like it never reads the lane.

When I heard there was a pearl version coming out int he Street Fight, naturally I was more skeptical because my thought process was an already relatively sensitive ball could be moreso with a pearl cover on it.

I drilled my Street Fight in a 5 x 4 x 4.5 layout putting the pin under the bridge, PSA on my VAL and x-hole straight across - just like my original Fight.

I'm very surprised to see and happy to report, this 2nd edition in the Fight line, might be better. The ball has effortless skid as you would expect, but the cover match-up doesn't seem as sensitive to the oil and friction line as the original was.

One thing I've seen for certain is the smaller the cliff between wet and dry, the longer the distance in applied oil and drop-brush engagement and the more challenging the oil pattern, the more versatile and useful the Fight line it. I see the Street Fight falling into that same mold.
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October 3, 2016
radomin garcia
This is a great ball, fultime and big coverege id test this ball peacefull in my mind
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