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Subj: Yeah, I agree...
Posted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 at 02:32:38 pm EST (Viewed 60 times)
Reply Subj: I stand corrected. I still think Hercules would win though. As for Thor...
Posted: Thu Jan 25, 2018 at 07:49:38 pm EST (Viewed 118 times)

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I have only seen a few episodes years ago and do not remember much. From what I've heard here though I think Hercules would still win because what the Hulk did for impressive feats Hercules did not have to work at.

    Hercs skill and brains get him the win IMO.

Agreed, Hercules was shown a pretty much invincible in a physical fight. The only times he lost were usually when his opponnet started using more esoteric powers.

    Now Herc vs. the Thor from the Hulk TV movie might be interesting.... though I think Herc beat the Thor from his universe

I think Hercules would win. I don't think the Thor from the tv show was supposed to be a god only a really strong viking with a magic hammer. I remember seeing the fight on youtube once and that Thor was not impressive.

The Thor from the Hercules tv show as much more godly.

I think Herc was stronger than TV Hulk, but its hard to compare, and I'd guess they'd be portrayed as comparable.

I also think Herc would beat the Thor from the Hulk TV movie, but I think it might be a better fight than many think. Yeah, he was supposed to be only a 'really strong viking', but that still was probably superhuman judging by the way he did hold his own against the Hulk...

Xena held her own against Hercules in her first appearances, without superhuman powers. Thor would have been armed, and strong enough to matter IMO, so again, I think it would be a pretty competitive fight.

The Thor that Sorbo Hercules met was an idiot, this one was at least a canny warrior.

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