Leon is one of the most powerful trainers in existence. He can give anyone a run for their money but at the end of the day Ash is still more powerful. He has a whole collection of powerful Pokemon at his disposal and of course there is always Pikachu who can take on just about any Pokemon 1 on 1. Leon’s outnumbered here and just can’t defeat the world champion. Ash wins.
Suggested by Destroyer Grand Fisher was one of Ichigo’s first opponents and certainly a very personal one. His stats are good but ultimately he’s not ready to take on Ash’s gauntlet of powerful Pokemon. Greninja, Charizard, Lucario, and Pikachu should be enough to make short work out of this guy. Ash’s Pokemon have consistently shown themselves to be some of the strongest in the verse and dealing with multiple at a time like this is no easy feat. Ash wins.
Tyson and Ash are both pretty intense main characters who are always ready to take things to the next level. Ash may not win tournaments very often but at least he is always in the running which is the important part. He doesn’t go down very easily and his Pikachu always brings his A game. Tyson’s mastered the game of Beyblade but his beast just won’t be able to handle Ash’s Pikachu. The difference in their respective abilities is really going to cost him here. Then you have to account for the fact that Ash has tons and tons of Pokemon at his disposal. Ash wins.
Suggested by Anonymous This is a pretty tough one. Vent does have a lot of abilities up his sleeve to be sure, but I don’t think they are at a high enough level for him to stop all of Ash’s Pokémon. Pikachu and Sceptile in particular will be tough to deal with due to their speed. This is one case where Ash’s sheer numbers will be what carries him to victory. Vent’s various form shifts just won’t be able to keep up and he doesn’t have the stamina to stay in the game long enough. Ash wins.
Suggested by iKnowledge Hestia is a mermaid and a pretty tough one at that. Her health bar is fairly high compared to most of the fighters in her verse. That being said, Ash has quite a few Pokemon with the type advantage over her. Even just his Pikachu should be enough to claim the victory in this round. Pikachu is exceptionally fast and strong, there are few things that can stop him once he’s on a roll. Ash wins.
Suggested by Destroyer Ash has caught many different Pokemon over the years. He has so many at this point that he could hold his own against some duelists when it comes to sheer numbers. Several of his Pokemon could probably take down Kenshin one on one so throwing them all in there is overkill. Kenshin will put up an admirable defense, but you simply can’t guard against that many opponents. Ash wins.
Suggested by Sonic Lightning is one of the strongest Final Fantasy protagonists, probably only Cloud can really match her. While Ash sometimes coasts by because of his massive advantage in numbers, that won’t work quite as well against Lightning and her Odin. Odin would do a good job of handling many of Ash’s Pokémon while Lightning goes after the heavy hitters. I don’t think Ash is quite prepared to defeat an enemy like this. Lightning 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 Sonic Ash is back once again but this time he is up against a speedster who is even faster than his Pikachu. Metal Sonic has been shown to be even faster than Sonic in the past and has gotten many power ups. Only a handful of Ash’s Pokémon will be able to do anything in this matchup and they simply won’t be enough. Metal Sonic wins.
Suggested by Sonic Ash is a kid from Pallet Town and he has a brand new world to see. He doesn’t know anything about Draglade battles but he won’t need to with Pikachu at the ready. Zeke is fast and strong with a flurry of close quarter combat moves to back him up but he won’t quite be able to win this. Pikachu is too fast and Ash has many other Pokémon to back him up as well. Ash wins.