Kale is definitely a pretty tough fighter. She was actually taking on Super Saiyan Blue Goku after all and that’s no small feat. Still, Goku has so many different forms that he will definitely have enough energy left in the tank to defeat her. Kale’s limits just aren’t quite as high as Goku’s. Ultimately she will need more practice, but she can still make this a pretty good fight for the Saiyan. Goku wins.
This is a tribute to Digimon Coexistence. In this one Meiko spent a lot of time feeling sorry for herself and ultimately never really had a moment where she made a great decision. Meanwhile Kale is also not the kind of person to jump into action, but when needed she steps in. She looked really good in the Super manga and shows how you can be subtly supportive of someone. Meiko could learn a thing or two from her, but either way Kale’s got this one in the bag. Once she turns Super Saiyan the match is over. Kale wins.
Suggested by Random Superman is a strong fighter but every year more fighters are introduced who are just stronger than he is Kale is one of those fighters and I don’t think Superman can handle her. She has a Broly esque form which grants her incredible power and speed which allows her to take down almost any for without even needing a strategy. Superman could exploit her lack of experience if he was faster or stronger but since she still outranks him in both areas I don’t see him being able to make a comeback here. It’s just a loss that he will have to roll with. Kale wins.
Suggested by Random Kale defeats Ribrianne in much the same way that Caulifla did. She also has Super Saiyan abilities and a very high power level at her disposal. Ribrianne has her own Super form as well but while it’s raw power is impressive, it’s a form that isn’t particularly focused on speed. That difference will only get more drastic as the fight wears on and Ribrianne’s stamina will reach its limit. If only she had one more transformation hidden away. Kale wins.