@Greendevil: I respectfully disagree. It is said that Majestros, after returning to normal, kept powers of The Universals. He uses them only if faces galactic threat. Powers like Reality Manipulation and Energy Manipulation are part of his arsenal.
During Mr. Majestic issue #1, Majestic uses his eye-beams to change the chemical composition of Jupiter then moves it (Jupiter has 317.8 times the mass of the Earth). Catches a comet and adds it as another planet to the solar system, survived the explosion of an Earth sized planet and spends weeks in the center of the sun. Before leaving, he does something involving ancient rituals and secret equations to become one with the cosmos. It only takes moment, but in that time he’s able to alter reality to create a brand new sun. This was all before he became Universal.
Personally, I think that Majestic is more powerful. But that is only my opinion
Odin force Thor is formidable opponent, but Majestic is more than tough enough to beat him.
" When he met and became one of the Universals, Majestic inherited his father's position as a guardian of Life itself. As a result, his powers were raised to even higher levels. When he returned to Earth after other adventures he said that he'd gotten over being a Universal. He no longer carried the title, but he didn't lose his powers. Mr. Majestic also has the ability to alter reality, but has only done so twice. The first time was in order to trick a universe devouring entity and the second was when all of creation was coming to an end and he and the three other beings at the end of time wanted to create a new universe." - Comic Vine's Majestic page -
Mr. Majestic and Eradicator win this. Despero is pretty impressive character with great arsenal of superpowers. He is physically stronger then Superman and Captain Marvel. But people seems to forget that Majestic is former Universal. He relinquished the title, but kept his powers. So all that telekinesis and reality warping goes out the window.
@Vance Astro: True, Iron Man has been fighting characters stronger than Colossus. But on most occasions he was flying around, shooting his Repulsor rays, Unibeam and using full extent of suits abilities. Don't get me wrong, I like Iron-Man as a character, bit this is supposed to be hand-to-hand fight, without using previously mentioned gadgets and abilities. Sure he was trained in unarmed combat by Captain America but i don't think H2H fights are his forte. Ok, Colossus has never beaten the Hulk but that would not stop him from battling him again. He is a fighter. Also Colossus received training from Wolverine and Cyclops in fighting and from Nightcrawler in acrobatics. I don't see Colossus as skill-less, brainless piece of metal. It won't be smooth sailing for Iron-Man. These are just my opinions, nothing else. You have yours and I respect that.
@Vance Astro: I respectfully disagree. Iron-Man may be faster, but he is not Quicksilver-like super-fast. Doubt his armor is built for super-speed running and he doesn't have enhanced reflexes. Tony is a mere human, inside the suit, and doesn't have speedster physiology. Besides, Stark is the scientist and the playboy, not the brawler. Colossus fought powerhouses like Hulk and Juggernaut, so he is skilled enough to fight Iron-Man. In this fight victory can go either way. So i chose a draw.
Majestic wins. - Creation Blades (can cut through anything) - Master warrior, especially in the use of bladed weapons - He is slightly more powerful than Superman - Former Universal ( but he didn't lose Universals powers )