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Subj: Re: I Don't Think That The Surfer Beating Alan Is A Stretch.
Posted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 at 01:12:08 pm EST (Viewed 203 times)
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      Dr Fate, Captain Marvel, Green Lantern: Alan, Black Adam, Hawkman, Flash: Jay, Hawkgirl, Wildcat


        Dr Strange, Hulk, Silver Surfer, Namor, Nighthawk, Moondragon, Valkerie, Hellcat

    This is always an interesting close fight.

    Round 1:
    Fate and Strange really depends on which Fate. The most powerful versions of Fate win due to superior durability so I'll say Fate here.
    Captain Marvel and Hulk goes on for a long time.
    Surfer beats Alan.
    Black Adam beats Namor.
    Hawkman beats Nighthawk.
    Moondragon beats Jay.
    Valkyrie beats Hawkgirl.
    Wildcat beats Hellcat.

    Dr. Fate's in bad shape after his first fight but he still edges Valkyrie.
    Hulk and Captain Marvel keep at it.
    Silver Surfer edges Black Adam but is in terrible shape.
    Moondragon mind whammies Hawkman and Wildcat.

    Silver Surfer and Dr. Fate double ko.
    Moondragon helps Hulk beat Captain Marvel.

Surfer is not beating Alan, Black Adam and then fighting Fate to a double KO back to back. I'd be very surprised if he is shown to beat Alan alone in a Defenders comic.

Adam would destroy him if he goes past Alan in a fight.

I recall the Surfer and Kyle meeting, and even Ron Marz (Who created Kyle and was writing the Surfer at the time.) said that Norrin could defeat Kyle. Plus, can Alan survive a trip through the sun or a Black Hole? The only main GL that i see the Surfer having a major problem with is Hal Jordan. The other ones he should be able to defeat, especially Guy.

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