Suggested by Destroyer Sephiroth is one of the most iconic villains of all time. His skills with a blade are nearly unmatched and it’s hard to keep him down. In a straight fight there are few who can challenge him, but Aizen has no need to engage him like that. He can use his illusions to make the match more difficult and in his final Xenomorph-esque form he has more speed and power than Sephiroth. When you put all of those factors together then it really is the end for the one winged angel. Aizen wins.
Aizen may have just won a match against Obito, but he has met his match here. Jiren is a being of unstoppable power. There are few who can even hope to challenge him. Aizen’s illusions won’t be doing much here and his attacks probably won’t even be strong enough to deal any damage. Jiren is simply in a different league here and probably won’t have to get serious. He’s likely going to be the favorite going into the top 8 of this tournament, but we’ll see if he can keep up the momentum. Jiren wins.
Looks like it is time for a battle of heavy weights here. Neither of these fighters ended up being the final boss of their respective series but they were pretty close. Both fighters have some good regenerative abilities and their physical abilities are off the charts. The reason why Aizen wins this round is mainly thanks to his Xenomorph form that he got from the Hogyoku. In his final mode I just don’t see Obito being quite fast enough to stop him. Both of their illusions are thrown out of the picture for this fight so it all comes down to their abilities. I think it’ll be a pretty epic fight for sure, but one where I’d put my money on Aizen. Aizen wins.
Suggested by Destroyer Megatron is a powerful Decepticon and is one of the strongest characters in the Transformers universe. He has a strong energy cannon and is an expert in hand to hand combat as well. Still, I don’t think he is quite ready to take on someone as quick and tricky as Aizen. I’m Aizen’s final form his raw power is also increased tremendously. Aizen wins.
Suggested by Sonic Aizen is known as one of the strongest Bleach characters and for good reason. He has illusions which can trick any character and then he also has enough physical skill to come to blows with multiple captains at once. In his evolved form he transcends any Pokémon final form and that spells the end for Ash. Aizen wins.
Suggested by Destroyer This match was deceptively tricky. Vent is no slouch and his various abilities make him a very serious threat. He is fast, strong, and has quite the arsenal of lethal abilities at his disposal. You really should not count him out against anyone, but Aizen has shown himself to be one of the strongest Bleach villains out there. As impressive as Vent is, he will simply not be able to keep up with Aizen’s superior firepower. Aizen wins.
One look at Aizen’s monster form is enough to remind everyone who the victor here is. Even without Aizen’s array of illusions, he’s physically more than a match for Esdeath as he surpasses her in speed and power. She really never stood a chance here and Aizen even has the edge in intelligence which makes this even more of a blowout. This was a tough pair of matches from Esdeath, we’ll see if she can bounce back from this. Aizen wins.
One could say that this is a battle of masterminds, but their plans are on entirely different levels. Aizen plans for things that won’t occur in years while Bowser always has his basic cake plan at the ready. (To his defense…it always works on the Mario Bros!) Aizen could defeat Bowser with a single slash and you can’t compare their speed levels. Aizen wins.
Kamina is back and he’s about to get another loss. He just can’t catch a break lately and Aizen will definitely be able to win this round. One good attack is all that he needs to instantly take Kamina down for the count. Kamina just wasn’t ready for such a powerful foe and he continues to drop down the blog ranks. Aizen wins.
Savageman is fast and strong, but in the end he won’t be able to take Aizen down. Aizen’s speed is far too intense and one good illusion is all he will need to take down Savageman. Savageman is a powerful warrior and he can try to keep up with Aizen for a while, but it will definitely be tough for him to last. Aizen wins.