Suggested by Sonic Goldeen was never one of the more impressive water type Pokemon. There are many who surpass her and fighting on land weakens her even further. Zelda has no such weaknesses and with her speed she will be able to easily dodge all of Goldeen’s attacks. I’m afraid that this match won’t be much of a challenge for her compared to taking on Bulbasaur earlier. Perhaps Goldeen will make a comeback at some point with a new form, but until then she must take the loss. Zelda wins.
Things are getting a little dicey for Mecha Godzilla 2 and now he has to deal with Goldeen as well! This is definitely the worst case scenario for the big robotic kaiju. Goldeen has a lot of long range abilities and she can just use her Hyper Beam for maximum damage. Not even Mecha Godzilla 2 could endure that level of power for very long. To think….Goldeen doesn’t even have her Mega form yet! Goldeen wins.
It’s the classic water vs fire match, but I’m pretty sure that we all know who the victor is. Charizard’s flames burn with a passion that few can stop. He has access to extreme amounts of power in his mega form and his speed is enough to leave most opponents in the dust. Goldeen can use some horn attacks to try and get some distance from Charizard, but it will only buy her a little time before he takes the win. Charizard wins.
Nemo and Goldeen are both proud fish of the sea. Nemo’s quick in the water, but Goldeen has her powerful horn. One horn strike would mean the end of Nemo. Nemo can’t compete with Goldeen physically and he won’t be able to dodge forever. This is one match that Nemo will lose! Goldeen wins.
Goldeen is a tough pokemon, but never one of my favorites. He’s just not epic enough for me. Ash has his Pikachu which can win in one shot. Pikachu’s superior speed and power are why he wins. Ash can maybe win without help! He has a lot of pokeballs and mad skills! Ash wins.
Domestic Longhair is a pretty tough cat, but he can’t win this round. Goldeen has the legendary Ice Beam! With it Goldeen can take down many opponents with a single blast! Now that’s impressive, Domestic Longhair may be back one day, but will it be for a win? That’s the question! Goldeen wins.