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Subj: Re: You're not recalling it correctly. So wrong.
Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 at 01:08:52 pm EDT (Viewed 161 times)
Reply Subj: You're not recalling it correctly. So wrong.
Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 at 01:46:56 am EDT (Viewed 176 times)



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    Thor was getting the upper-hand so Hulk threatened to hurt a woman so Thor would throw away the hammer. The second Thor threw the hammer, the Hulk blindsided Thor and continued to press on. That's not really a fair situation. When Thor got his bearing and the hammer returned to him, he threw the hammer again and wanted to continue fighting without it. But the Hulk left.

Hulk knew the deal.  He was totally being dominated by Thor and knew he didn't stand a chance as long as Thor had hammer in hand. He had no choice but to take a hostage and threaten to kill her unless Thor threw his hammer away.  

Without the hammer the fight was a stalemate until Thor realized the conflict was putting innocents in danger (Hulk threw Thor towards a bus full of children) and the damage being done to the city. Thor told Hulk this but he ignored him because of course, true to his character, (back then) the Hulk never has a reason to hold back his full might and all that mattered to him was winning the fight no matter what.

Hulk told Thor to give up.  Thor's pride superseded his concern for others and he said never.  Again they fought to a stalemate until an incoming train with passengers was headed directly into the battle.  This caught Thor's attention and he was distracted trying to save them.  Hulk took full advantage and threw the entire train on Thor.  This is the point in the battle Hulk began to dominate the fight.    




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