This is a tribute to Kong: Skull Island. While his low durability for a big Kaiju was exposed, King Kong’s ingenuity and hand to hand skills helped him claim the win. He was able to think about how to win and did a good job of using the elements around him. I can’t say that Nemo is quite as versatile. He can try to swim away but it will be futile. King Kong wins.
Suggested by JHG Indominus Rex is a pretty powerful dinosaur and I think she could actually have a good chance against some of the previous depictions of King Kong. That being said, his 2017 incarnation even rivals that of his Godzilla version with how large it is. Indominus Rex would simply not be on King Kong’s level anymore and the physical difference in strength would be far too drastic to overcome. I don’t see how she can win this match. King Kong wins.
This is a tribute to one of the first King Kong remakes. Needless to say, I’m still not a big fan of the character. Apes never made for good antagonists and King Kong’s so huge that he didn’t really get to fight this time. Size has never been the most important quality in a fight as that honor goes to speed. Well, Kirito has that attribute in spades and a few quick slices will finish this monkey off. There’s just no way for King Kong to defend himself. Kirito wins.
Suggested by IKnowledge. Robert Baratheon is a Game of Thrones character and that means that he is a warrior with little to no morals. He can fight to a decent extent, but he has trouble with other humans. He wouldn’t be able to last long against a beast who was even able to fight the King of the Monsters at one time. King Kong only needs one good hit to end this fight while Robert would need thousands. King Kong wins.
Suggested by Destroyer With King Kong’s new film nearly upon us, it felt like an appropriate time to dig up one of his battles from the vault. He is certainly a powerful individual and has grown quite a bit over the years, but that may not be enough to overcome Leatherback. Leatherback has an EMP blast, but it won’t do much against King Kong so this will come down to a fist fight. Neither fighter is all that fast so this will really be a flurry of blows from both sides until one of them is down for the count. I believe that Leatherback’s strength is superior in this round and that he will ultimately take the win. Leatherback wins.
This is a tribute to the original King Kong film. It was not very good and King Kong was not the hero that we needed. Ridley should have been in the latest Super Smash Bros, but he was limited to only being a stage hazard. Better luck next time I suppose and I fully expect him to be playable next time…or maybe even sooner with DLC. A quick swipe of his claws should win him the match. Ridley wins.
Ryoma is a tennis master and King Kong won’t be able to stand up to him. King Kong just needs one good punch to end things once and for all….or so you would think. I’m confident that Ryoma could just block his punch with his racket or effortlessly dodge the attack with his Perfect Mode. Either way King Kong loses. Ryoma wins.
King Kong is a pretty powerful beast, but can he truly defeat Thor? He’s gone toe to toe against Godzilla, but his speed won’t be enough to match Thor’s. One good thunder blast and that could be lights out for King Kong. Thor is a warrior and he could also win this round with his fists. Thor’s been getting a lot of wins lately and rising up the blog ranks. Thor wins.
Sylar has his golden gun at the ready and a few good shots should do the trick to weaken King Kong. Then Sylar can finish him off with one of his abilities. King Kong just isn’t quick enough to dodge the attacks or take Sylar down for the count. King Kong drops down the ranks with this loss. Sylar wins.
King Kong is a powerful monster…if you can call him a monster. He can throw some good punches, but in the end his attack power won’t be able to match up to someone as legendary as Teridax. Teridax can defeat him in a number of different ways. Teridax won’t even need to break a sweat in this round. Teridax wins.