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Rehzon

Location: Red Forest, Chernobyl
Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
In Reply To
Kwan Jang Nim

Subj: Re: There's a MAJOR flaw to your theory.
Posted: Fri Sep 19, 2008 at 05:48:00 am EDT (Viewed 192 times)
Reply Subj: There's a MAJOR flaw to your theory.
Posted: Fri Sep 19, 2008 at 02:19:11 am EDT (Viewed 3 times)



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> And that is that the Hulk has never beaten Hercules when he was at full power and fighting back. Every fight between savage Hulk and immortal Herc have been draws and they have been consistantly portrayed as peers in strength by Marvel, even if some of the more rabid Hulk-fans try to spin it otherwise. Nor has savage Hulk ever proven stronger in any head to head strength comparison.
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> WW Hulk did do some damage to Hercules while he was not fighting back. A Hulk who was channeling the power of the Heroes Reborn universe gave a decisive beatdown to a mortal Herc, but this was a powered up Hulk and a Hercules whose powers were diminsished, so this proves nothing towards a comparison of their normal strength levels. Even when the Banner-less Hulk fought the Avengers, when Hercules fought this Hulk, there was no clear cut winner or really advantage on either side.
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I don't know about using that example.Yes Herc'wasn't hurt in the Banner-less fight,but it wasn't a one-on-one fight,in which Herc'
could be 100% focused on.



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