Battles, Greymon Battles, Kyo Kusanagi Battles

Kyo Kusanagi vs Greymon

Suggested by Mehama Sadafa Kyo Kusanagi has some good fire abilities which really amp up his hand to hand skills. That being said, Greymon has too many powerful forms which will really cause Kyo to stay on the defensive. The instant he evolves to War Greymon form it will be over for Kyo. He’s not fast enough to dodge War Greymon’s ultimate attacks and he doesn’t have the durability needed to survive them either. That’s why no matter how you slice it, it’s game over for Kyo. Greymon wins.

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Kyo Kusanagi vs Sol Badguy

Suggested by Mehama Sadafa Sol and Kyo are both fire type fighters who have really perfected their crafts. They can battle at high speeds in martial arts. While Kyo may have the slight edge in combat, I’d definitely go with Sol in a question of who has the better weapons. Weapons are pretty key in a fight like this and that will give Sol a good advantage here. His dragon hybrid form will also be very useful. He’ll simply be able to overpower Kyo. Sol Badguy wins.

Battles, Infernape Battles, Kyo Kusanagi Battles

Kyo Kusanagi vs Infernape

Suggested by Mehama Sadafa Kyo Kusanagi is one of the main characters in the King of Fighters franchise and is a very accomplished hand to hand fighter. I’d certainly trust his pure combat skills over Infernape’s. He’s honed them over many years and is just more experienced. Where Infernape takes the edge is his special abilities. He has a lot of long range options and physical techniques to bolster his strength. Kyo will have a hard time landing any direct hits in this fight and that’s where Infernape will be able to take advantage and secure the win. Infernape wins.

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Kyo Kusanagi vs Marcus

94. Kyo
Suggested by Mehama Sadafa Kyo Kusanagi makes his debut onto the blog with this fight. He’s definitely a skilled fighter whose abilities are amped up with his energy attacks. Marcus is in a similar situation and by the end of the series he was still improving. In terms of pure technique I think Kyo would have the edge here, but Marcus’ raw power is on a different level. Once you throw in his Digimon and their combo moves then Kyo really ends up getting left behind. Marcus wins.