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TV Hulk had a few feats that I think were beyond the others...almost breaking out of the dome of very thick homogeneous titanium steel when the army captured him, and throwing a stump one handed so far and fast he knocked down a helicopter (a stump big enough that the strongmen in the WSM competition likely could barely lift IMO)...he also lifted a big portion of an oil cap (several tons) and a few others.

Steve Austin's bionics I think are probably next...ripping off Bigfoots arm, and ability to break through VERY thick concrete...but overall he's more limited because he's only partially bionic.

Wonder Woman: regularly performed the types of feats Buffy did occasionally

If I had to give them OHOTMU type classifications, I'd say

LF Hulk class 10, maybe a little higher

LC Wonder Woman: 5 ton

Steve Austin: His bionics slightly stronger than WW,but couldn't lift
as much because he's more limited

Buffy: hard to pin down, maybe 3 tons to Diana's 5, maybe as high as

Austin could sustain running at 60 mph. Diana similarly, Buffy showed she could run with a vehicle for a while, but not maintain. Hulk...hard to peg

I say Diana, then Steve Austin, then Buffy, then Hulk

Diana by a mile
Hulk and Austin in the same ballpark

Overall effectiveness:
Wonder Woman
Buffy and Austin


Hulk beats Austin or Buffy, might be even with Wonder Woman
Austin loses a good fight to Diana, as does Buffy

Austin vs. Buffy is where I think it gets interesting, and I think could go either way.

Liked when TV hulk tore a telephone pole out of ground, and used it as a bat to snash a semi with!

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