A hellish place devoid of civilization. There are miles of treacherous terrain filled with all sorts of bloodthirsty beasts and nothing else. Snow capped mountains, thickly thustled woods, deserts, grasslands, and dense jungles are all merged together to form the ultimate wilderness survival challenge.
In the center of every biome is a [insert magical macguffin here] when all assembled, the survivor escapes and wins. In order to do so, they will have to trek for days, construct equipment, hunt for food, and slay some of nature's deadliest predators.
Each contestant competes alone and starts with no equipment, no powers, and minimal clothes:
They are both expert survivalists so it is a tough call, but In the end I'd side with Rambo. Rambo went into the wilderness with nary any clothes and one knife and essentially did the same thing as Dutch (construct weapons/traps/shelter/fire) who had better equipment. Something else to consider are the forests in which they survived. Rambo had to fight the elements in a North American boreal forest whereas Dutch had the luxury of surviving in a warmer climate.
I can't recall any amazing feats of fighting prowess being demonstrated by Bronze Tiger. I seem to remember him going against Catman (I think it was Catman) and coming out on top. And of course he clashed with the likes of Batman, but being a secondary character, he doesn't seem to have the well to draw from like BP does.
@pokeysteve: I would definitely have to disagree. Origins was a complete atrocity. The story really wasn't anything we hadn't seen before, whereas Arkham City (while not entirely original) mixed it up by adding in some unexpected twists and plot developments that I found to be rather fresh. In my opinion, all origins had going for it was the multiplayer (which, although fun, is nigh impossible to get to work) and improved crime scene segments. It truly is the black sheep, so to speak.
I'm only on episode four and season two respectively. I guess they each have an edge, Oliver in the form of equipment, and Matt in the form of enhanced senses. In hand to hand they appear to be entirely equal. Draw, I guess.
I recall reading "Batman: No mans land" and in the book, Joker decides against messing with Two-Face. Joker had scissors, but Two-Faces stature dissuaded him from starting an unnecessary fight he might lose.