Suggested by Destroyer Daniel Larusso may be a pretty talented fighter but he is going to be in for a surprise when he goes up against the Jolly Green Giant. After all, karate chops and other martial art techniques aren’t all that effective against such a tall and powerful opponent. It’s safe to say that the Giant can win this round with a simple right hook. This is one case where size actually is an advantage. Jolly Green Giant wins.
Suggested by Sonic This is actually a reasonably close battle as both fighters got themselves an Omni Lord. Rouga’s is more powerful but the gap isn’t all that big. I’m also inclined to believe that Rouga would be able to beat Zanya in a close quarters duel. Zanya has the better spells and trap cards, but Rouga’s army of monsters is superior. I do think that Tsukikage would cause a lot of damage to Rouga’s ranks before going down, but in the end Zanya will be unable to avoid a narrow defeat. This is simply one Buddyfight that he won’t be able to win. Rouga Aragami wins.
Suggested by Random Akame has already taken quite a few losses but always manages to bounce back. Well, it will be a little tougher this time around since Caulifla is yet another fighter who is out of her league. Caulifla is a Saiyan with crazy battle potential who continues to improve during the match. With her Super Saiyan abilities on deck, Akame will have a tough time keeping up and certainly will be overwhelmed when it comes to raw power. Caulifla wins.
Suggested by Anonymous Zoom is probably the strongest comic book villain that nobody talks about. He’s basically at Flash levels of speed and sometimes even faster. That already makes him supremely dangerous and I dare say that he may be in the top 10 DC villains not counting extremely unknown ones. If we count literally all of them then maybe top 30 to be safe. However, Darkseid is in the Top 10 no matter how you slice it and he would be able to beat Zoom. It would play out much like a Flash vs Superman battle. Darkseid would eventually tag Zoom as he also has a good amount of speed and a single hit would almost definitely secure him the win. Darkseid wins.
Suggested by iKnowledge I was never impressed with the Shining Knight in Justice League. He’s a decently tough fellow and his skintight armor allows him to endure some powerful blows. However, he is basically just a very durable guy with a sword. There really isn’t much to his character. Joker may not be the strongest villain on the block either, but he’s been around for a long time and has many neat gadgets like rocket launchers and acid at his disposal. He’s actually very proficient at hand to hand combat in some continuities and even obtained cosmic powers once. I think it’s safe to say that the Knight isn’t quite ready to win this fight. Joker wins.
Getting off to a 4-0 start isn’t easy on this site, but Caulifla managed to pull it off. That’s impressive, but she couldn’t stay undefeated forever. Her power level is immense, but still not quite on the same level as Goku. His abilities are at their absolute peak and the Saiyan always seems to get stronger and stronger. His final UI form is up there as one of his strongest forms ever and may even be his absolute best. Caulifla will have to train hard if she wants to approach that kind of power. Goku wins.
Nick has returned but I’m afraid that he won’t be able to snag two wins in a row. He’s more than a little outclassed in this fight against the Prince of All Saiyans. Vegeta is in a whole other league compared to this guy. Nick can try pushing him around, but all he’ll do is move Vegeta’s hair at best. The Saiyan’s aura will protect him and a single Final Flash would end the fight. Vegeta wins.
Sulley has returned but he is up against a master marksman. Train never misses his target and Sulley isn’t all that quick as it is. These two factors will result in a very easy win for Train. He certainly hasn’t gotten rusty as the years have gone by. Train even has the legendary Rail Gun that he can whip out if absolutely necessary but I don’t think he will need it. He could win this fight without even using his gun. Train wins.
This is a tribute to Monsters Inc. I’m tempted to give Sulley a loss since he looked really bad in the final fight, but for the most part he seemed like a pretty stand up guy so I’ll give him a pass there. His job is built around scaring people and I have a sneaking suspicion that even TOAA would feel a little fright upon meeting this guy. Don’t let Sulley’s happy design fool you, he can be quite fierce when he needs to be. A single punch would likely knock TOAA out of the fight. Sulley wins.
This is a tribute to both the Roger Rabbit movie and Push. Roger looked very bad in his own film as he was knocked out and pushed around by basically everybody. Nick’s whole ability is that he can push people around so you can probably see where this is going. Roger will have a very hard time trying to survive in this match up as he has nowhere to run and certainly can’t fight in hand to hand combat. I don’t see any scenario here where he comes out on top so I’m afraid that it’s game over for this rabbit. Nick Gant wins.