TAKE A LOOK AT THE COMIC BELOW (and let me know what you think!)
A QUICK SIDE NOTE FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN'T READ INJUSTICE:
In the Injustice comic, certain heroes take justice into their own hands after a catastrophe, creating a controlling, immoral regime in the process. At one point, Superman (who is evil) is interrogating Batman to find a pill that would make a regular person as strong as the Man of Steel himself. After seeing Superman break Batman's back, Alfred (Batman's butler) quickly takes the pill, and beats down Superman. Below is my reasoning for why I actually think this fight could have potentially been even more significant from a narrative perspective, if it was Wonder Woman who went toe-to-toe with Alfred instead.
Undoubtedly one of the most iconic scenes in Injustice was where Alfred beat up Superman after Superman broke Batman's back. However, as awesome as it was, I felt that it fell a bit short in a narrative sense. There's no heavy dialogue exchanged, or any long-term implications to make this fight consequential. It literally just happens, with no real weight to it other than the 'oh snap' factor.
I think this fight could have possibly been even better had it been Wonder Woman who came knocking instead of Superman. In general, I would keep the fight very similar to what happened between Alfred and Superman, with one key change; during the fight, Alfred could have mentioned the casualties and impact of the Regime's crimes, to which Wonder Woman was a prime accomplice. This is an extremely important point, as it was clear that Wonder Woman was the instigating force by Clark's side who used his pain to fuel attacks on the other heroes, yet she turned a blind eye to her wrongdoings and refused to believe that she wasn't on the side of good. This was repeatedly pointed out by fans throughout the series, but was barely actually acknowledged aside from one line all the way in Year 5, which resulted in her character being relatively flat and having almost no redeeming qualities (which was a rather odd way to portray her, and felt very off).
I think by pinning Alfred against Wonder Woman instead, we could have got the same epic fight we got in the original storyline, but the fight would also serve the purpose of forcing Wonder Woman realize the weight of her actions, and the truth that she has fallen far further than she let herself believe. This would not only lead to a more satisfying and necessary battle as Alfred and Diana go toe to toe, and would also pave way for a possible redemption arc for Diana, who from this point on could begin questioning her motives each time she helps Clark commit one of his atrocities.
Turning her into a redeemable and sympathetic character would in my opinion, really improve her portrayal in this series, and showcase the strong compassionate side of Diana that this series seemed to cut out completely. It would also eventually give Batman and the Insurgents a very beneficial ally to stop Superman for the final time in Injustice 2.
With that being said, the comic above is how I think the fight could have gone instead! Let me know what you think of it!
(Dialogue/artwork is derived from Injustice comics Year 1-5)
If you are interested in how a redemption arc for Diana would continue from this point, please check out comment #28 on this thread, where I expand on this alternative scenario!