- The battle will take place in an empty New York City so Thor can go all out. He won't have to worry about civilians or hold back.
- Hulk will be as mad as he was in Age Of Ultron.
- Morals off for Thor.
- To the death.
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The battle will take place in an empty New York City so Thor can go all out. He won't have to worry about civilians or hold back.
Hulk will be as mad as he was in Age Of Ultron.
Morals off for Thor.
To the death.
Hulk wasn't all that mad in AoU; unless you mean the Scarlet Witch rampage.
Hulk should win. Everyone points out that Hulk Buster beat Hulk, but ignores the fact he was in a daze from Scarlet Witch when Tony hit him from behind. As in every Thor V.S Hulk, people fail to realize Thor has a more visual way of displaying power (lightning) while Hulk is purely physical.
@never_give_up: no he wasn't they had a lengthy fight then after he crashed him through the skyscraper hulk was about to fight all the soldiers and was getting angry so he weren't calm and hulk buster KOed him
The angrier Hulk is the stronger he is and at the time Hulkbuster punched him, he was calming down.
Ehhh. Could go either way, but I'm leaning towards Hulk due to his performance against Thor in their previous fights. Thor isn't going to "city bust" in combat; he needed to prepare that swing, and with Hulk on top of him Thor won't have time to power it up.
@leo-343: based on nothing whatsoever. Movie thor Isnt like the comic version, he would've willingly killed tony twice in their first encounter. There's nothing saying that thor held back anything but his lightning in the hellicarrier scene, especially after he realised how much weaker he was compared to hulk.
If Thor doesn't stupidly opt for H2H combat(which is in-character for him), then he wins but nowhere near as easily as some have claimed. If does fight H2H, he gets wrecked.
Thor with hammer(using full capabilities)>>Hulk>>Hammerless Thor
Great fight. MCU hulk is a straight up powerhouse but so is Thor. Tough contest but Thors versatility and speed will be the difference. When hulk fell from the sky he was reverted back to banner so we know at least one way which Thor could end it. Hulk is a beast though and the longer the fight goes the harder he is to beat in theory. Still going with Thor
@leo-343: he was trying to calm hulk down and get through to banner, that doesn't mean he was holding back at all. If I was attacked by a werewolf or any other type of creature that turns into something Id try to get through to the person inside in the hope that would work, but that wouldn't stop me from belting it full force once I realised it's much stronger than me. Tony tried the exact same thing in the hulkbuster and people try to get through to bruce all the time in the comics, it doesn't mean they're holding back.
Even outside of that fight, hulk has much greater physical feats than thor does. A fight without lightning is only ending one way. And until thor: ragnarok we probably won't find out how lightning would affect hulk.
In the MCU I don't think hulk has a chance against Thor granted that Thor has maximum worthiness of his hammer. As shown in the Avengers and Thor that Thor can only have 100% access to his might when he isn't being an egotistical jerk.
Thor already matched the hulk 2x while holding back, I wouldn't doubt it if Thor could beat hulk just by flicking him
Thor should win easily. I dont know why people doubt that fact that he city busted, hes literally done similar attacks 3 times without charging, no doubt a chargef hit could do it. As for the battle, thor held back in every fight against hulk, morals off would mean he would start to use his powers like he should and he will easily beat hulk. H2h thor would still take it, but it would be a much much harder fight
no doubt a chargef hit could do it. As for the battle, thor held back in every fight against hulk, morals off would mean he would start to use his powers like he should and he will easily beat hulk. H2h thor would still take it, but it would be a much much harder fight
But those attacks were nowhere near on this scale. Hence the skepticism.
Thor can immobilize and pin down Hulk --forever-- simply by dropping Mjolnir on Hulk's foot and leaving it there. Then Thor can wait for Hulk to calm down and get weaker before donkey punching him from behind.
Thor did use Mjolnir to pin Loki during their fight in the first movie, so it's not completely out of character. The only question is would Thor's pragmatism trump his honor / blood lust.
I'm glad to see people mostly saying THOR here. A lot of normal, uninformed people just say hulk because well he's the hulk and those people are stupid.
Movie THOR clearly outclasses movie hulk.
In their one direct test of strength THOR wins. Hulk, 3 times the size of THOR, punches down at THOR and THOR stops it with one hand. Then as they are trying to struggle against each other THOR pushes him off. During the fight THOR was WAY too quick and skilled for hulk to ever hit. And when hulk tossed him a couple times after THOR was trying to subdue him THOR got right back up and was not hurt.
Other than that, hulk got knocked OUT by 12 or 13 flying small chitauri ships shooting at him. He wakes up later bleeding to see iMan taking the nuke into space. Mjolnir is CLEARLY more powerful than a dozen small Chitauri blasters. Given THORs Mjolnir feats, like taking out 2 giant flying snakes and a dozen chitauri chariots with one attack, or a couple hundred Frost Giants and a dozen city blocks with one attack, THOR could easily knock hulk out [or worse].
THOR stood up to an infinity gem too and was just like "I thought you'd hit harder".
This isn't a fair fight, bloodlust Thor will one shot the Hulk, or just bust the city.
A good fight scenario: Holding back Thor using Mjolnir without charging the attack or using lightning, just a "H2H" fight VS Hulk with Wanda's mind control.
This /\ would be a hell of a fight.
Finally Thor is getting the respect he deserves. Although I do see this being a good fight.
Saying Thor wasn't holding back during there Avengers fight is absolutely absurd. Everything points to the fact that he was, if anyone really wants to argue, ok, but if thats the case imo your blind or biased.
Thor does Outclass Hulk in everything devoid of strength at this point, and even then, was shown to be quite capable himself in that area. However Thor + Mjionir striking feats &gt; Hulks striking feats...
Thor did bust a city imo, I've had both "parties" use the dialogue from Tony and twist it to why it was/wasn't a city busting feat. Even if you don't believe it was, it was still a insane durability feat, as he took a city busting explosion and was perfectly fine.
I like the comment "Thor wins by (feats/) power, Hulk wins by plot". As that may very well be the case for Thor: Ragnarok, which is sad to say.
Thor wins this.
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