Yeah, I seriously don't have any regrets over here lol! Anyways, the title of this match should be Broly punches himself to death, or the biggest fireworks match of the history.
1. This is Broly at his strongest from Dragon Ball without any injuries; whereas this is Thunder McQueen at his strongest from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure without any injuries.
2. Broly in prime, wears Battle Armor, absorbs Ki & Blutz Waves to limits, removes Broly's Control Mechanism, rides Attack Ball, has Capsule House & Senzu Beans, and transforms into Legendary Super Saiyan.
3. Thunder McQueen in prime, and activates Highway to Hell.
4. 1-on-1 death battle.
5. No interference or holding back allowed.
Anywhere in Capsule House.
Thunder McQueen: 0
Inconclusive: 11 (JohnCenaNation, Migue79, TacticalNuke002, Planck69, Psychomaster35, TheQuirkyBoy, GlaceonGamez471, Xanxussama1010, EmperorDoom25, The Coolest Water Bottle, Paulo.junior.969)
TacticalNuke002 wrote: HtH doesn't have an activation. Thunder just needs to know who he wants to die with. SBA provides that by letting both combatants know that they will be fighting each other.
You see Broly will Obliterate him before he can do anything Because the Speed Gap is huge.
Like I said, Highway to Hell is already locked on due to SBA and the damage transfer occurs in perfect sync with Thunder not needing to actually do anything. Broly obliterates and gets obliterated at the same time and speed won't matter.
I wonder what the outcome would be if we put Thunder agaijst someome with no hax who physically one-shots him by poking aggressively and giving that person no prior knowledge on how HTH works. I think it’ll be a real hoot
Now, while I dislike JoJo's on general principle at this point, I feel like banning the character from matches is a bit much. On the other hand, banning this type of match (Thunder vs High AP character with no actual hax) is a fantastic idea. These matches are boring, uninspired, and only serve to fatten Thunder's record and are explicitly made with that in mind.
This match in particular is designed to create another Inconclusive on Thunder's record.
At least give the opponent prior knowledge, so instead of "they both die lol", the fight becomes about whether they can stop Thunder from killing himself without killing him, that way we can have a different type of fight without it being the most predictable thing ever.