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#3  Edited By jullatguard

Endgame Giant-Man seemed to be even bigger than in CW. He knocked down a leviathan with a left hook

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Straight up close quarters fight. Both are bloodlusted, fighting in an abandoned warehouse.

NO SS serum for bucky and he has a NORMAL flesh left arm. He has to relying on his skill showings alone.

Round 1 Both have 1 knife

Round 2 Bucky loses his knife but gets caps shield. Clint gets his Sword, knife and 3 throwing stars

Who takes it?

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#7  Edited By jullatguard

@Aristeaus said:
@jullatguard said:

Sorry but the sheer amount of force and pressure on his body (bones, muscles, legs, back, shoulders,arms) he had to withstand to anchor those gigantic rings is a top tier strength feat. Whether you like to admit it or not. Best in the MCU. The fact that his body didn't crumble or his arms weren't ripped off is testament enough. That is in fact as much strength as durability.

Makes it a durability feat. In literally any other context, force and pressure applied to a body, say by punches, kicks, blasts, etc, would be durability. Why is it magically strength now that its Thor. There is some amount of strength required to grip the rope and keep his body straight, absolutely, but lets not pretend like hes straight pulling the rings into motion. Its a fraction of what people are trying to say it is here.

@death4bunnies said:

@Aristeaus:

This is simple physics man.

Think of it like a tug of war. For you to not be pulled by the ship and its thrusters you would have to produce equal force.

If the ground gives way you may slide, but if you are properly anchored a tug of war definitely requires more than just grip strength.

Thor used his whole body, grip, arms, legs and he was engaging his core.

Those rings are clearly continent size.

This is clearly a great strength feat for Thor.

It is simple physics. You just don't seem to understand simple physics or how it pertains to a "tug of war". Google it.

The rings are not at all continent size. The star itself is only 4000 feet in diameter. The diameter of the rings is like 5-10 miles. Its not even city size, and yet you wank it all the way to continent... somehow.

His muscles were strong enough to withstand the pressure. He was strong enough to hold it contracted. If that's a strength feat for his grip, its also a strength feat for all muscles that were engaged. Lats, traps, biceps. All contracting and holding the power in place. His lower back was contracting, his core actively engaged and holding. Did he keep himself compact and tight against that sheer pressure? Then it's a strength feat. Did his back give out or did he hold its position? Did his legs and knees buckle? Or were his quads contracting even under the force? Him holding his position at all without giving way is a strength feat. Sorry. That's how strength works. Its not just picking up something over your head. Google this if you don't get the meaning of the word. Let me help you out

Strength - "the capacity of an object or substance to withstand great force or pressure." Google

Strength - "the ability to withstand or exert great force, stress, or pressure" https://www.dictionary.com/browse/strength

This isn't up for debate. The rings were a strength feat. No "magic" involved. I agree, lets not pretend. It required strength to hold his position.

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#8  Edited By jullatguard

@Aristeaus said:
@chazzer said:

@goodafternoon: @Aristeaus:

Durability and grip strength? And what do you think his legs and core were doing?

Nothing you say can discredit what is 100% on screen from beginning to end.

That strength feat puts him above anything anybody else has done. Though Captain Marvel's missile feat might be close.

Facts and Science can't discredit Thor. Gotcha. You sound entirely reasonable right now.

Sorry but the sheer amount of force and pressure on his body (bones, muscles, legs, back, shoulders,arms) he had to withstand to anchor those gigantic rings is a top tier strength feat. Whether you like to admit it or not. Best in the MCU. The fact that his body didn't crumble or his arms weren't ripped off is testament enough. That is in fact as much strength as durability.

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@tonymartial: Has Strange erected a force-field which blocked him on all sides? When has Strange ever teleported someone to the sun?

he literally creates a shield bubble when they crash land on titan on maws ship, you forget?

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@celebrobtoo said:

Lmao you’re kidding with this right? If it’s near water he owns cap but if it’s strickly land then Cap wins. His only upgrade in his movie is his telepathy.

you think cap has the force to put him down? Youre kidding. he'll eat and walk through all of caps attacks