Nagumo is a very skilled assassin but it’s fair to say that he would not last very long against someone like Pegasus Seiya. Seiya is just on another level and could end the planet in an instant if he really wanted too. Nagumo has no real answer for that kind of power and would not have the speed needed to dodge any of his attacks as well. That is why he would ultimately be doomed here. Pegasus Seiya wins.
It’s time for a battle between the two main Pegasus saints. Both of them got incredibly powerful by the end of their series but I think it’s fair to say that Seiya will still have the edge here. He has more consistently been shown to take on every manner of being from saints to gods and just keeps on fighting. His determination is second to none and in a fight this evenly matched that is something to consider. Pegasus Seiya wins.
This is a tribute to Saint Seiya: Heaven Chapter. Pegasus Seiya is one of the strongest main characters out there and he’s always ready for action. Even in a weakened state he fought to save the world and Boyle could learn a few things from him on that kind of determination. Seiya is in a class of his own in terms of power so Boyle is definitely going to be out of luck here. One Meteor Fist attack should end this. Pegasus Seiya wins.
Suggested by Sonic Yubel is one of the strongest Yugioh cards out there. The fact that she is immune to all spells and traps while reversing damage from normal attacks is absolutely crazy. That’s definitely not a balanced card but it won’t make a difference to one who is as attuned to the cosmos as Seiya is. His Pegasus Meteor Fist will definitely strike her down right away and she has no hope of dodging. Pegasus Seiya wins.
This is a tribute to the second Saint Seiya film. Seiya continues to show why he’s a great lead as he takes down all challengers and rises to the top. He’s not a hero who backs down easily and he can burn his cosmos with the best of them. Momo may be good at playing it cool but even he will start to get worked up when Seiya unveils his Meteor Fist attack. There’s no dodging that. Pegasus Seiya wins.
This is a tribute to the first Saint Seiya film. While Yuzu is good at writing music, he wouldn’t last very long in the world of Saint Seiya. You need very good vocals as you’ll be yelling out your attack names a whole lot. Yuzu isn’t really a fighter as it is so he wouldn’t be lasting very long against Seiya. Seiya could obliterate the universe in an instant. The difference in ability is too much. Pegasus Seiya wins.
Suggested by Sonic Chaos Bahamut is incredibly powerful, but lets not kid ourselves here. Seiya has gone up against galaxy level threats and has blocked hits from opponents moving faster than light. There is nothing Chaos Bahamut can do or even dream of doing to stop Seiya. It would be like a boxing champ going up against the local fan. Seiya’s meteor punches will take Bahamut down for the count and he’ll rise once more up the blog ranks. Pegasus Seiya wins.
It’s time for Tsurugi to return to the blog, but I’m afraid that this next battle won’t be quite so easy for him. His final form makes him look a little like a Saint, but he certainly doesn’t have the same level of power to match one. Seiya would be able to run rings around Tsurugi and the difference in power was notable even from the first arc of Saint Seiya. Tsurugi may have lost here, but perhaps he will be back someday to claim more victories. Pegasus Seiya wins.
Pegasus Seiya is back and now he’s up against Phoenix Ikki! Ikki has some pretty powerful fire abilities at his disposal, but Pegasus Seiya has fighting speed of an incredibly high order. With a single shot he can cause some massive damage. Ikki is also a very powerful fighter, but I don’t think that he’ll be able to win this round. Pegasus Seiya wins.