Ok so after a long absence, i'm back and i'm celebrating my return with my MCU Captain America Respect Thread (Finally haha). There is a few low quality AOU gif's in here, so be warned if you haven't seen the movie yet. I'll update them when videos start coming up on YouTube.
Anyway, here it is.
Cap has a fair few in combat reaction time feats that make him a beast in CQC.
Here Cap avoids a strike from Loki. This is notable as Loki could match Thor in H2H combat, Thor being able to dodge repulser fire at close range, making this a respectable if not outright impressive feat.
Here Cap matches and blocks The Winter Soldiers strikes with ease, whilst avoiding a knife. Notable due to the Winter Soldiers high close combat skills.
A really impressive feat that has gone under the radar, here Cap manages to block multiple bullets from completely different angles, all fired from close range.
Here Cap avoids an Ultron Drone flying at him at speed, then times his landing to crush a second Drone.
Here he turns to see the pirate reaching for the alarm and proceeds to react to, throw the knife and hit his hand all in one fluid motion.
Strength & Striking Feats
Cap has a large amount of Strength feats that put him beyond the range of peak human and well into the range of Superhuman.
Cap consistently demonstrates the ability to send human, or even beings with a stronger physical condition (Chitauri and Ultron Drones), massive distances with single strikes. These hits are often hard enough to leave large indentations in metal structures, such as cars or large gas bottles.
He has also consistently shown a propensity for throwing or rag-dolling opponents physically weaker than himself, often throwing them dozens of meters to devastating effect.
Cap also has significant striking feats against opponents of superhuman conditioning. Above he manages to hit Loki hard enough to make him stumble (*note this is prior to the extensive training period between the events of The Avengers and The Winter Soldier). He also has strong showings against The Winter Soldier, an opponent close to, if not equal to, Caps own physical strength. However his display against Ultron MkII, the same form that engaged Iron Man equally in hand to hand combat, is perhaps his best. Here, Cap manages to throw Ultron hard enough to shatter concrete (of note as Ultron has flight and magnokinetic abilities). Cap then proceeds to turn Ultrons' subsequent attack into a spear tackle, with enough force to smash through the exterior of a moving train.
One of Cap's best strength feats, here he throws a motorbike hard enough to completely arrest the forward momentum of a jeep and shatter the front of the vehicle.
An exceptionally impressive feat, here Cap raises a fallen beam of The Winter Soldier long enough for him to escape. These is extremely impressive. Given the size of the main beam (roughly 8-9 meters long, close to a meter wide and half a metre thick, and assuming it is common carbon steel, the beam would weigh roughly 25-35 tons. This is in addition to the two smaller beams that are roughly two meter's long. Adding their additional weight (10-15 tons), Cap is attempting to move 35-50 tons of steel, in such a way that the weight is spread out and more difficult to move than if one was trying to press the structure. Now, in no way is Cap capable of lifting or striking with 50 tons of force, however it is still an impressive feat.
Another feat to note, in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Season 1, Episode 10 "The Bridge", super-soldier/gamma/cyborg hybrid Deathlok pushes a bulldozer across a field. When he asks his trainer if he beat Captain America's time, he is told he was not even close. A quick internet search said standard Bulldozers range anywhere from 30 to 60 tons, so this is an exceptional feat. The nature of the feat makes it difficult to use in any meaningful way.
Cap has taken some insane levels of punishment, and his shield allows him to take and withstand obscene amounts of damage.
Cap regularly takes hits from high end opponents, such as Red Skull & Winter Soldier (both peak to low level superhuman), Loki and Ultron (Both veritable superhuman in strength).
Cao has consistently show the capacity to survive falls from great heights, showing a level of durability that puts him well beyond the realm of peak human.
Here Cap takes a shot from a grenade launcher, the subsequent force sending him dozens of meters, off the edge of a bridge and through the front of a bus.
Cap's high physicals allow him a level of agility well beyond that of a regular human, and his skills and training grant him the precision to perform complex manoeuvres under pressure.
Cap's agility has repeatedly been used to avoid or defeat large, moving targets, often under high amounts of enemy fire.
Cap has also been shown to his agility to traverse terrain and in H2H combat, showing his versatility and adaptability.
I don't think gif's will do Cap's H2H skills justice, so I will just link some of his best fights.
Sooooo there ya have it, MCU Captain America. Thinking i'll do Hulk or Falcon next, let us know which one would all prefer.