Suggested by Anonymous Ironman has a lot of pretty cool armors at his disposal. He’s turned into one of Marvel’s strongest heroes over the years because he just seems to keep getting stronger and stronger. Still, Tony’s not ready to deal with Yami Yugi’s army of monsters. There are just too many of them for one guy to deal with and that’s not even counting the spell and trap cards at the ready. I think this will ultimately just be too much for Ironman to deal with. Yami Yugi wins.
The Demolisher was one of the first enemies Ironman ever faced. His power was matched only by his ruthless nature. Still, Ironman has long since surpassed this guy. His current armors are faster and stronger than the Demolisher. The Demolisher would have a hard time landing any hits in and even if Ironman slowed down to allow for a fist fight the Demolisher would get…demolished. Ironman wins.
The Termite is one of those villains where you can’t help but laugh after seeing him. The guy doesn’t look or sound like a threat so why take him seriously? He can dissolve things, but he won’t be able to get anywhere near Ironman so it won’t matter. A quick Unibeam should take the guy down for the count. It was nice knowing the Termite, but it’s game over for this guy. Ironman wins.
The Titanium Man is a powerful Ironman opponent. Even some of Tony’s modern armors would have trouble with this guy since the villain lives up to his name. Damaging him is incredibly tough and the guy is also fairly fast. Still, once Ironman dips into his most powerful armors this becomes a walk in the park for him. The Titanium Man simply would stop being able to compete in the power department and ultimately that was his main advantage here. Ironman wins.
Gargantus is certainly a strong robot. His physical power is on a whole different level and even Ironman’s energy blasts had a hard time hurting him. At least, that was the case for his old armor. With one of the many modern ones at his disposal Tony will have no trouble taking Gargantus down for the count. The beast is far too slow to do anything about it so Ironman will win without a scratch. Ironman wins.
Vibro can really shake things up which is why the guy is always a threat in a fight. That being said, I don’t think he will be doing very well against someone like Ironman. Ironman’s armor will make him fairly immune to a little shaking. Moreover, his energy blasts will be keeping Vibro far too busy to properly focus. As Vibro is completely outmatched in all aspects of this fight, I don’t see him lasting very long. Ironman wins.
This is a tribute to Avengers Infinity War. Dreadknight is definitely not a villain that ever got really popular but he is reasonably tough. He rides a swift steed and his skill with a lance is unparalleled. This combination means that he can always force his opponent into a close quarters fight. That being said, Ironman certainly wouldn’t mind one as his current armors give him superior speed to Dreadknight and he has the ability to morph parts of his armor into whatever weapons he needs. Ironman wins.
Mr Doll isn’t a very powerful villain. In fact, I doubt very many people have even heard of the guy. He can use dolls to inflict pain on his opponents, but that isn’t as good as having a super powered suit to take care of all opponents. Ironman is fast enough to easily take care of Mr Doll without having to worry about the doll. A quick Unibeam will take this guy out for the count. Ironman could win in at least 50 different ways. Ironman wins.
It’s time for a newcomer to enter the blog. You’re probably thinking…who’s this new hardcore looking fighter? Well, Ironing Man is a machine hero from Hero World and he attacks with powerful blasts of steam. His design is quite good and I wouldn’t want to count this guy out in a fight. That being said, the homage can rarely beat the original and Ironman has anime feats of his own which give him a good amount of speed and some solid energy blasts as well. I don’t think that the Ironing Man will be able to keep up with him for very long. Ironman wins.
This is a tribute to Age of Ultron. Flip seems like a decent guy, but he is a man of few words and he has never been a very impressive fighter. Having the ability to flip things around is cool, but it is useless against someone who can fly. If a simple fall can injure Flip, I don’t see how he can hope to endure a Unibeam. This match is over. Ironman wins.