Battles, Grimmjow Battles, Ulquiorra Battles

Ulquiorra vs Grimmjow


I know this fight already happened but it was interrupted because Grimmjow had to hurry. Plus none of them used there released forms. I think if they both fought all out Grimmjow would win. While they are both strong Grimmjow seems to be really durable surviving a lot of serious injuries. Grimmjow wins.

DR

13 thoughts on “Ulquiorra vs Grimmjow”

  1. You should update this. Ulquiorra has a second and even more powerfull form. Grimmjow is durable, but is no match for him. Ulquiorra might kill him with one blow.

    1. I know about it, but I didn’t mention it in the post because of spoilers for those who are following it in america. Even with that second form I don’t think he’s a match for Grimmjow. Grimmjow is shown to be so durable that he may be the only espada still alive right now. Ulquiorra is still strong, but not on Grimmjow level

      1. dreager1, Ulq’s 2nd resurrection would one shot Grimmjow. Even his primary resurrection would. Ichigo managed to get the advantage over Grimmjow’s resurrection while in Vaizord mode, but after having his health restored and him getting stronger, his Vaizord form was beaten by Ulq. It took Ichigo taking on the next level of hollow to beat him. Your Wrong

      2. No, Ulquiorra is tough, to be sure, but remember one thing. Grimmjow pwns! He’s so fast and strong that even Aizen can’t take him down. Ichigo just won because of lucky shots, and nnoitra, and Grimmjow Holding Back, and many other reasons

  2. Ulquiorra SUCKS!
    He’s the most useless & stupid anime character created.
    Ulquiorra is scum, dumb moron & gangster guy.(His brainless fans, actors, etc are weak-minded & sore losers)
    All of his (Bleach) anime, manga, etc are all bad, all dump, garbage, rubbish & suck.
    He must be removed from this face of this planet.
    Ulquiorra & his fans (forever) SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, SUCKS, 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    1. Hold the phone here man. While Ulquiorra doesn’t beat Grimmjow I’m still a big fan. Ulquiorra’s one of the best Bleach Villains easy. He’s one of the best anime villains! Ulquiorra is a cool being worthy of respect. Ulquiorra is great and always will be. I’m afraid you don’t know what you’re talking about. 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    2. Bro, Grimmjow can not a day in his life ever beat Ulquiorra. He’s just a trash talker man that’s why he told Ulquiorra that he’d beat him in a fight, Ulquiorra follows rules and he respects Aizen so In character he’d never fight Grimmjow unless he had too. Ulquoria 1st release would be enough to kill Grimmjow. Grimmjow only chance is him in his release be Ulquiorra in base… he’s not the 4th Espada for no reason, he even knows who’s stronger than him and accepts that.

      1. Yeah, Grimmjow did seem pretty outmatched once Ulquiorra’s super forms came into play. I think in base mode for both fighters Grimmjow would win, but his release just can’t top Ulquiorra’s.

  3. This is tough. In the series, Grimmjow got defeated by Ichigo, but Ulquiorra was able to kill him. Thanks to the Hollow version, Ichigo does survive and kill him. I kind of want to say Grimmjow to win because he looks pretty smart. He was able to seal him away and fight Ichigo one v one. He even help sneak Orihime out her cell and maker her heal Ichigo.

    1. I was also really impressed with how he trapped Ulquiorra the first time. I think this is definitely a real tricky match and one that might go differently in another scenario but a super fun fight either way

      1. Yeah I agree. I almost forgot he did trap him before. There was a filler episode where an arrancar took down Ulquiorra and stole that the Hogyoku and escaped to the world of the living. I feel like that’s Ulquiorra’s weakness. He underestimates his opponents.

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