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Who do you really think would win in a fight? Godzilla or King Kong?

Updated on June 5, 2011

Godzilla VS King Kong

So my fellow hubber Chouji-Von-Lycan asks the question, "So tell me, who do you really think would win in a fight Godzillar or King Kong"? Here is the link. Very interesting question. Let me break down this epic battle.


Godzilla Pros and Cons

You have to like Godzilla. He is much younger then King Kong. Godzilla was born in 1954 in Japan. That makes him 21 years younger then King Kong. If the battle should go on for any length of time, that youth might serve Godzilla well.

I believe that Godzilla is a little more in shape the King Kong. Godzilla seems to walk everywhere he goes. I've seen him cross oceans to get to where he was going. King Kong had to take a boat to get to New York.

Godzilla has mastered the "tail whip". I mean, come on, he just turns around and destroys buildings without even trying. King Kong gets hit with that bad boy and he is going to feel it.


Godzilla must have terrible breath. He shoots a ray from his mouth. I know people with terrible breath, but they can't shoot a ray from their mouth. Godzilla's ray just burns anything it comes into contact with.

Godzilla really doesn't move to well. He is slow and somewhat jerky in his movements. He might not be the most coordinated reptile out there. Knock him down and it takes awhile for him to get back up. Down on the ground, he is very vulnerable.

Godzilla has no arms to speak of. He looks like a gym rat that only works one part of his body. With those short, stubby arms, he can't grab anything. However, he does have a mouth with sharp teeth. So, if he gets a hold of you with that, it could get messy.



Feed King Kong Some Royalties

King Kong Pros and Cons

King Kong was born in 1933. He is the senior citizen in this battle.However, his age might be a benifit. He has 21 more years of battle experience then Godzilla. I'm sure the veteran has a few tricks we haven't seen yet.

King Kong obviously goes to the gym. He is a walking muscle machine. If he gets a hold of Godzilla, he may peel him like a banana.

Kong has the upper hand in mobility. He can provide an aerial show that will make Godzilla's jaw drop. He may have the ability to avoid Godzilla's death ray. With his speed Kong can be on top of a slow lumbering Godzilla in a matter of seconds. Speed and strength. two awesome talents.

If this battle were to take place in the cold, Kong would be better off. All that fur would keep him nice and warm. Godzilla, being a reptile, wouldn't like the cold. The warmer weather benefits him better. However, Kong better watch out for the ray. With that hair, he's a fireball waiting to happen.

Godzilla vs King Kong

So, Who Would Win?

They both have a tremendous amount of upside. These two Superstars would put on a fantastic show. Both would be bloodied and battered. However only one could be declared the winner. If I was a betting man, I'd put the farm on Godzilla.

Why? Because Kong is a male. Like the rest of us males, he will get distracted. He already has a thing for blond women. If he spots one in the crowd he will dream of running away with her. During this lapse of judgment, Kong will go down. It's always a beautiful woman that brings us guys to our knees.

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      EltMrx 

      7 years ago

      Awesome hub great observations

    • mrpooper profile imageAUTHOR

      mrpooper 

      7 years ago

      Thank you Chouji-Von-Lycan and Alexzander

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      Alexzander 

      7 years ago from web

      I also like

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      Chouji-Von-Lycan 

      7 years ago

      i likes these pros and cons, gives us plenty to weigh up on :)

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      charmin230511 

      7 years ago

      outstanding exam tips

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