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The Horde Vs Morgan

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The Horde

Morgan


Dr. Strange (Cumberbatch) Vs Newt Scamander

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Dr. Strange

Newt Scamander


Will Caster Vs Lucy

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Transcendence (2014 film)

Lucy (2014 film)


Raz Vs Crypto

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Raz

Crypto


Isaac Clarke Vs Gordon Freeman

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Isaac Clarke

Gordon Freeman



Sherlock Vs Hannibal

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Sherlock (series)

Hannibal (series)



The Gecko Brothers Vs The Dixon Brothers

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From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series

The Walking Dead



Torque Vs James Earl Cash

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Torque

James Earl Cash


Neo Vs Dom Cobb

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Neo

Dom Cobb



Neo Vs Gabriel Yulaw

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The Combatants:

Neo, also known as the One, has carried, since his inception, the Matrix’s source code known as the Prime Program. This gives him the ability to freely manipulate the simulated reality of the Matrix. He manifests these abilities as various superhuman powers, such as telekinesis, flight, superhuman strength and agility, and is able to survive attacks that would kill or disable a normal human being with relative ease. And his reflexes are great enough to dodge bullets.

Gabriel YuLaw is an immensely powerful martial artist of almost godlike powers who has obtained his status via travelling across parallel-universes killing other versions of himself: his ultimate goal is to kill every single alternate version of himself so that he can become the One, obtaining his goal of total godhood. To put things as simply as possible, the more versions of himself he kills the more powerful he becomes. Currently he possesses superhuman strength, speed, and stamina.

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Neo

Gabriel Yulaw



Norman Bates Vs Michael Myers

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Norman Bates

Michael Myers



Tyler Durden Vs Travis Bickle

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Fight Club (film)

Travis Bickle



Dom Cobb Vs Freddy Krueger

Dom Cobb vs Freddy Krueger

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Dom Cobb

Freddy Krueger (2010 remake)



Batman Vs Morpheus

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The Combatants:

Batman (Bruce Wayne), also known as the Dark Knight, is Gotham City’s silent guardian of the night. Lacking superpowers, he instead relies on his genius-level intellect, detective skills, and peak athletic prowess to take on the city’s criminal underworld. Having witnessed the murder of his parents as a child, he swore revenge on crime, an oath tempered with the greater ideal of justice. He dons a high tech bat-themed suit and utility belt to aid in his quest. He is also a master martial artist and expert marksman.

In The Matrix films, Morpheus is a Zion operative who serves in the city’s defense force against attack from the Machines. He is an even-mannered man with a personality that commands respect in many who encounter him. Although myopic in his search of “The One”, his unwavering belief in the Prophecy has made him something of a spiritual leader in the city. While inside the Matrix, he possesses enhanced strength, endurance, and agility. He is also a martial arts master and weapons expert.

The Set Up:

This clash takes place inside the Matrix at a water treatment facility in Gotham City. Morpheus is in the midst of planting a “code bomb” when the Batman (Bruce Wayne) emerges from the shadows behind him. Being a “blue pill,” he believes Morpheus is a dangerous terrorist wanted by Agents, who appear to be Federal investigators. Morpheus, on the other hand, is fully aware of the Batman and his motivations, but doesn’t have the time to explain himself. The two square off, slowing circling each other, looking for any potential weakness in their respective opponent. So, who takes this epic battle?

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Batman (Bruce Wayne)

Morpheus



Batman (Bale) Vs Tyler Durden

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The Combatants:

Batman is the alias and second identity of billionaire Bruce Wayne; he is the protector of Gotham City, fighting to uphold justice and order. During his self-imposed exile from Gotham, Bruce was approached by Ra’s al Ghul, from whom he received the League of Shadows training which gave him the tools to become the Batman. Despite a great hatred for criminals, he maintains a strong moral code to never kill, believing all men deserve a trial and to do so would make him no better than his enemies. He donned the cowl to become a symbol, to rise above his human shortcomings, and oppose the chaos and anarchy of Gotham’s criminally insane.

Tyler Durden is a split personality created by The Narrator’s insomnia induced insanity. He and the Narrator started Fight Club together, but under Tyler’s leadership, they evolve into the anti-materialist and anti-corporate organization called “Project Mayhem.” Tyler uses “Project Mayhem,” and its indoctrinated soldiers, to black mail companies and make various attacks on consumerism and normal social order. He frequently describes (and acts on) his opposition to popular culture, materialism, capitalism, most technology and social order. He describes his ideal world as an arcadian paradise, in post-apocalyptic urban ruins.

The Set Up:

For this match-up, the Batman must uncover Tyler Durden’s plans to erase debt by destroying buildings that contain credit card companies’ records, and stop him. But this won’t be as easy as it seems, because Tyler holds sway over connections in high places, such as policemen, and is supported by fanatical “soldiers” that carryout his every whim as leader of “Project Mayhem.” Tyler manifests a nihilistic attitude of rejecting and destroying institutions and value systems, and this is something that the Dark Knight will not tolerate. He counters Tyler’s influence with high tech equipment, detective skills, physical prowess, wealth, and intimidation. So, who takes this clash of alter egos?

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The Dark Knight (film)

Fight Club (film)


Tron Vs Agent Smith

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The Combatants:

Tron is a security computer program, written by Alan Bradley, that was taken prisoner by the self-aware Master Control Program and forced to play on the Game Grid. His legendary skills and devotion to the users turned him into a formidable warrior and Disc Arena master.

As an extension of the Matrix, Agent Smith appears to have been destroyed by Neo, but he makes a calculated return with somewhat altered abilities and motivations than other Agents. Smith is now infectious through touch; by jabbing his hand into the body of another being in the Matrix, a Smith can convert that being into another Smith.

The Set Up:

For this fight, Agent Smith (circa Reloaded) allows himself to be taken prisoner and forced to play on the Game Grid, which is a part of the Matrix. He is searching for programs that are aiding the human resistance, in hopes of infecting them and forcing an inevitable showdown with his opposite, Neo. First up is Tron; the two programs face off on the Game Grid, in the Disc Arena. Tron is sympathetic to Neo’s plight, and is familiar with Smith. So, who will be left standing in the aftermath of this coded clash of elites?

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TRON

Agent Smith


Superman Vs Neo

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The Combatants:

Superman, also known as the Man of Steel, is one of the few survivors of on the planet, Krypton, and is one of the most powerful super-heroes on Earth. Fueled by our yellow sun, he possesses super-human powers, including flight, super-speed, super-strength, heat vision and super-breath. Superman is an extremely moral person, believing it immoral to kill anyone under any circumstances, and will do whatever he can to avoid it.

Neo, also known as the One, has carried, since his inception, the Matrix’s source code known as the Prime Program. This gives him the ability to freely manipulate the simulated reality of the Matrix. He manifests these abilities as various superhuman powers, such as telekinesis, flight, superhuman strength and agility, and is able to survive attacks that would kill or disable a normal human being with relative ease. And his reflexes are great enough to dodge bullets.

The Set Up:

This clash takes place inside the Matrix (circa Reloaded), where Neo has just defeated several of the Merovingian’s guards; he flies toward downtown Metropolis to aid Morpheus and Trinity, who are still carrying the Keymaker. Being a “Blue Pill,” Superman is manipulated by the pursuing Agents into believing that Neo is a wanted super-villain. Superman catches up with him over the freeway, where Morpheus and Trinity are fighting for their lives. Thinking Superman is an upgraded Agent, Neo squares off  with him in the skies above the city. So, who prevails, the Last Son of Krypton or the One?

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Superman

Neo