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#1 Posted by Offset_fan (61 posts) - - Show Bio

She wouldn't be able to statue them, and they would royally kick her butt as well.

Remember we had the fastest hero in the MCU, Quicksilver, killed because he was hit by a bullet, which means he's not fast than a bullet. She would be faster than Bats and maybe cyborg but not to that extreme that supes was.

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#2 Posted by Offset_fan (61 posts) - - Show Bio
    What a babe.
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    #3 Posted by Offset_fan (61 posts) - - Show Bio
      Hmm...yes...yes I would.
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      #4 Posted by Offset_fan (61 posts) - - Show Bio
        She's so beautiful
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        #5 Posted by Offset_fan (61 posts) - - Show Bio
          She's so beautiful
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          #6 Posted by Offset_fan (61 posts) - - Show Bio
            Wow, she looks amazing. I would use Olga Kurkulina to play as her in a movie.
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            #7 Posted by Offset_fan (61 posts) - - Show Bio
              Wow, she looks amazing. I would use Olga Kurkulina to play as her in a movie.
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              #8 Posted by Offset_fan (61 posts) - - Show Bio

              Predators are similar to humans morphologically speaking, to it wouldn't be too out of the ball park to suggest that they have about the amount of strength that one could expect of a human at that size. I'm not talking about people who have acromegaly, where they just have a pituitary gland disorder which causes them to grow to large sizes, but I'm talking about true giants (or non-pathological giants) who are basically humans upscaled a couple feet and so are well proportioned. Enter in Angus Macaskill, the largest true giant in modern history. He grew to 7'10" and 580 lbs at his largest.

              The 'little guy' next to Mr. Macaskill was actually 6'5
              The 'little guy' next to Mr. Macaskill was actually 6'5"

              This man was a strongman in a circus through most of his life, known for many amazing feats. He lifted a 2800 lb anchor and was able to lift a full grown horse (900-1200 lbs) over a 4 ft fence with ease. He also could lift a 40 ft mast of a ship and put it in place by himself. He was likely stronger than the average predator, we can infer this because in the original Predator movie we saw Dutch get punched three times in the face by the predator without even so much as blacking out. Angus Macaskill, although usually a gentle giant, did get into a fight with a normal sized man, and with one punch put him in critical condition, nearly killing him. Considering that he was nearly a foot taller than the average yautja, this isn't really a surprise. Assuming that they'd be about as strong as a 7ft human isn't entirely out of the question; Here is a strongman that's nearly 7ft at 6ft11in, Sean O'Hagan

              He can lift an Atlas Stone, which is about, he also carried two lead pipes weighing about a quarter ton (about 500lbs) about 100ft
              He can lift an Atlas Stone, which is about, he also carried two lead pipes weighing about a quarter ton (about 500lbs) about 100ft

              Unfortunately he's still rather new in the strongman fields and I can't find much on his feats. His workout often involves doing multiple reps with weights as heavy as about 16 stones (224 lbs). There's another strongman who lifted the Atlas Stone, Brian Shaw, who is shorter (about 6'8") He's disproportionately heavy and strong for his height though, as he did feats that the big kid above can do and is trying to do, so maybe his feats being used as a reference can give us some insight on how strong the predators might be.

              He weighs in at around 440lbs
              He weighs in at around 440lbs
              • Squat – 410 kg (903 lbs)
              • Tire Deadlift – 1,256 lb (570 kg) (with straps)
              • Bench press – 525 lb (238 kg) x 2 [11]
              • Deadlift – 1,001 lb (454 kg)
              • Indoor Rowing – 100 meters in 12.8 seconds (unofficial world record at the time, since beaten by Loren Howard with 12.6)[12]
              • Deadlift (with straps) – 1,014 lb (460 kg) (World's Strongest Man 2017)[13]
              • Rogue Elephant Bar Deadlift (with straps) – 1,021 lb (463 kg) (Arnold Strongman Classic 2016)
              • Hummer Tire Strongman Deadlift (with straps) – 1,140 lb (520 kg)[14]
              • Log Lift – 440 lb (200 kg)
              • Atlas Stone/Manhood Stone – 560 lb (254 kg) (world record)[15]
              • Keg toss – 8 kegs in 16.59 seconds (World's Strongest Man 2014).[16]

              So it would seem that the predators are about as strong as we could expect humans to be at that size (athletic humans that is) And if you find a human that's bigger than them, you could likely expect them to have greater strength (This is also supported by the fact that Engineers, a lifeform that humans come from, are bigger than predators and also shown to be far stronger than them. This however was in an AvP comic book so it may or may not be considered canon.) This is an old question, but when I myself was curious about this question and googled it, this was one of the first results to come up, so after consideration decided this was as good a place to post my input on the matter.

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              #9 Posted by Offset_fan (61 posts) - - Show Bio
                Where's she from?
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                #10 Posted by Offset_fan (61 posts) - - Show Bio
                  She's adorable!