Yuya Sakaki may be one of the greatest dueltainers on the planet but it hasn’t come at the expense of his dueling abilities. He knows how to think out of the box and can hold his own against just about everyone when the pendulum is swinging his way. James Bond doesn’t have the same level of charisma and his gun skills aren’t enough to tip the scales of battle either. Looks like this is going to end badly for him. Yuya wins.
Suggested by Destroyer Moon Face is a fairly obscure villain from Buso Renkin. He can make duplicates of himself which is sure to mess with Bond’s aim. James Bond is certainly not the best fighter as it is. He tied against a drug dealer once and loses to most of the notable villains like the guy with a steel jaw. In a fight with an opponent who isn’t fazed by billets, the match is as good as over. Bond may put up a fight, but he can’t win. Moonface wins.
Suggested by Destroyer The One Above All is back once again. Things are not looking good for him in this match since James Bond has a good array of guns at his disposal. A single bullet could prove lethal for TOAA and Bond also has some very mild hand to hand skills. TOAA can usually try to escape a fight by flying away, but that’s just not an option in this fight. I’m afraid he is simply outmatched. James Bond wins.
The Pokemon Trainer is back to get another win and cement himself in the positive area of the blog records. James Bond is a tricky fellow with all of the equipment that he has accumulated over the years, but it simply won’t be enough to stop the Pokemon Trainer. This kid has caught three Pokemon so far and they will be able to lead him to victory! James Bond simply isn’t quick enough to dodge their attacks. Pokemon Trainer wins.
James Bond has returned to fight and he’s ready to really give Ban a piece of his mind. That being said, James Bond has no real way to land a good hit in here. Ban is too quick and his Achilles is more than a match for the secret agent. Achilles has super strength as well as speed, that’s a winning combo if I’ve ever heard of one! Ban wins.
James Bond has a gun and he’s supposed to be a pretty tough fighter, but I never bought into that. Bullets wouldn’t do well against Ra Thor and the speed difference between these two is just too great. It’s hard to really see James Bond putting up a great fight at all. He’s too outmatched! Ra Thor wins.
Little Mac is a pretty tough boxer and it should be noted that he’s not the kind of guy to go down without a fight. James Bond has his fancy guns of course, but they won’t frighten this fighter. Little Mac just needs one of his iconic uppercuts and that will be the match. James Bond simply won’t be able to endure such a blow. Little Mac wins.
James Bond has reached his 100th match on the blog! This is a pretty good feat and it shows that he still has a pretty strong following on the blog. Most of his matches may be losses, but it’s the thought that counts. It is safe to say that he won’t be fighting quite as often on the blog anymore, but he had a good run. We won’t be forgetting this agent…meanwhile, Tojo wins this round with a single punch. Tojo Hidetora wins.
Kuneida is back and now she’s up against James Bond. Mr. Bond has now reached 99 battles on the blog so you can be sure that his 100th fight will not be very far behind. Kuneida can easily speedblitz James Bond from all angles and a single sword strike will take down the agent. Moreover, Kuneida just needs to land a punch since she can strike through rock by focusing her power. Kuneida wins.
Aichi Sendou is a world class Cardfighter. He knows what it takes to win and it will be tough for an opponent to defeat him. Blaster Blade protects him from all who would dare to challenge him. James Bond’s gun skills simply wont be enough to grant him the win and he will just have to accept the loss. Aichi Sendou wins.