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> > Well, it took both Thor & Green Hulk to tag team Red Hulk, so I think it should be profoundly obvious that since Hulk's beaten Hercules before, and that Red Hulk has beaten Hulk the one time they went solo, as well as he beat Thor the one time they went solo, then logic dictates that Red Hulk would beat both of the Hercules' too.
> *The Hulk has never beaten Hercules.
> *Red Hulk admits Thor had him the 2nd Fight.
> > Thor's nearly beat Superman in that one crossover. Superman CLEARLY had his way with DCU's Hercules, which means that Thor would too.
> Thor "nearly beat Superman" is very debatable.
> > Thus, Red Hulk > both DCU/MU Hercules'
> I'd say no. The logic set up in the latest issue is that Red Hulk has a limited period of power-up, he has several mintues or less where he has a maximum powerlevel whereon he burns out.
Interesting that this is never stated in the book. On the other hand, it is clearly shown and expressed that if Green Hulk is pounded on long enough, his strength will jump and surpose the strength of whoever is pounding on him.
| > While I hold DC Herc as stronger than his Marvel counterpart|
And you base this on what?
| > the two of them working together can keep the Red Hulk busy long enough for that Burn-out period to arrive i believe, both are Gods with a vast stamina and let's remember RH beat Thor partly by bludgeoning him with his own hammer not just hand to hand.... Two Hercules should be able to do it.|