Bobbi’s physically superior to May anyway
That's irrelevant in regards to skill, and that's how Bobbi faught Vin Tak, not through her strength.
Sinara’s not as good as a Centipede, and I’ve always argued for Bobbi being able to beat May (there’s other threads for that)
If you're suggesting that Sinara would lose to a Centipede, I strongly disagree. And May faught her under much more extreme circumstances.
Wether or not Bobbi can beat May is irrelevant, they're clearly close enough to go toe to toe for an extended period of time on equal footing. Each one's showings translate to the other just fine.
We don’t see him keeping up with Panther for more than a few seconds, beyond that is speculation as to how the fight went down
Yet we pretty much see them fighting far away from any distractions before T'Challa finally gets away. Using our headcanon to assume thigns like T'Challa being distracetd or someone getting in the fight is baseless.
Are you arguing that a Centipede soldier is better than Black Panther?
If that's what you got by my saying "they might not be so far below someone like Bucky", I don't know what to say.
Anyway, regarding stats, the Centipedes have better feats than the Super Soldiers, including Steve and Bucky. Skill is not on that level really, but we shouldn't just assume they're so far below them when they have only ever faught 1 battle against highily skilled fighters (May and Ward).
Heck if we're going further, May didn't even lose to Centipede there. She got up a few moments after she was dropped, and we know she usually turns the tides last minute in fights, so it's very possible that she could've kept fighting, and imo it's the most sensical explanation too.
After the bullet fired=bullet timing, no?
With powers. Sara didn't fight him with powers. Her showing against him is useless regarding speed.
Missing the point, if he didn’t fully transform then, then why would he when she kicked him?
I'm not missing the point, you're drawing away. Because he would think he can take May with his sphere before she kicked him. Why else would he afford getting hit again, by something clearly strong enough to hurt him?