Jin vs Yami Yugi




Suggested by Destroyer Jin is a powerful street brawler. On its surface you’d probably assume that Yami Yugi would win this easily. Well, Jin also has a devil mode that lets him fly at high speeds and fire off energy blasts. It’s really a great buff although I would still go with Yugi here. The guy just has so many cards and while Jin would be able to beat most of them rather easily, the god cards are another matter. Then you’ve got Yugi’s Dark Magician merged form as well as various super forms to that card and a ton of traps. It’s hard to get past such an army. Yami Yugi wins.

Sephiroth vs Jin




Suggested by Destroyer Jin is pretty strong and that’s without his demon mode. He can punch through just about everything and his hand to hand skills are on a level of their own as well. That being said, Sephiroth can still outrange him with his sword and he has enough projectiles to block the lasers. Sephiroth is faster than Jin and he has more durability. That’s enough for him to take the win here. Sephiroth wins.

Jin vs Killua




Suggested by Destroyer Jin is a pretty strong hand to hand fighter and he even has a demon mode as well. This makes him an extra dangerous fighter for sure. That being said, Killua already had a good degree of super strength and speed ever since he was a little kid. His abilities have only grown since then and I don’t even think it would be much of a fight at this point. Jin has the right amount of destructive power, but he won’t be able to hit Killua. Killua wins.

Jin vs Sylar


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Devil Jin T5DR (1)
Sylar has a lot of abilities up his sleeve and he would likely be able to defeat Jin while Jin was in his base form. Jin is an expert at hand to hand combat, but it would be tough to get near Sylar. That’s where his devil form comes in. Jin can spam lasers from a long distance and his speed is also drastically improved. (As well as his strength) Sylar’s regeneration won’t be able to overcome Jin’s monstrous strength and none of his abilities will give him enough speed to dodge the lasers for long. Jin wins.

Space Dandy vs Jin


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Devil Jin T5DR (1)
Space Dandy has no chance in this round. Winning is just out of the question and Jin is a far superior fighter. His hand to hand skills are so much better than Dandy’s that they cannot be compared. Looks like another loss for the adventurer. Space Dandy will just keep on losing and losing as the days go by! Jin wins.

Bison vs Jin


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Jin is quite possibly the strongest Tekken character existence and Bison has always been known as one of the high tier fighters in Street Fighter. His psychic abilities are very formidable and in his final form, Bison should not be taken lightly. That being said, Jin’s speed will be able to give him the edge and he can definitely hold his own in a long range battle. This would definitely be a great fight, but Tekken scores its first win against Street Fighter in this battle! Jin wins.

Jin vs Bass




Bass is a being of limitless power. Jin may be strong, but he’s not quite strong enough to take on Bass. Bass is far too powerful and can destroy whole planets in one blast. Jin can’t quite do that yet. Jin takes his first loss, but he lasted a while. Meanwhile Bass gets closer to the big feat of 200 wins. Bass will be back pretty soon. The King of the Blog may never change. Bass wins.