This is a great question for anybody who considers themselves a fan of superhero comics. It all boils down to one question. In a battle between Doomsday and Darkseid, who would come out on top? You know you’ve thought about this question before. As it turns out, these two have gone to battle in the past. You might be interested to find out who won, but there are other questions that have to be answered as well. Would the results be the same if these two were to meet up again? Why is one better than the other? Which of these two is really the better fighter?
In order to find the answers to these questions, it’s important to look at the history first. If you are familiar with these characters, you know that they have met before. In that previous battle, Doomsday was the victorious one. Was this just a fluke or was there good reason for his victory. The truth is, he was a superior fighter, in virtually every way.
In the battle between Doomsday and Darkseid, Doomsday didn’t really have all that much trouble getting the best of Darkseid. In fact, he won quite handily. He even had to go up against Omega Beams from Darkseid, his weapon of choice. Despite being injured and having to endure the Omega Beams, he handled Darkseid fairly easily. Therefore, there is absolutely no reason to think that any future fights between the two would turn out any differently. The question is why.
First and foremost, Doomsday just seems to be better in a fight. It’s like deciding who will win in a schoolyard fistfight. There’s usually that one kid that sort of likes to fight, and ends up picking fights with all the other students who dare cross him (or her). This kid usually wins, and then someone new comes along one day and beats the kid up, effectively putting a stop to it all. You see, much of it comes down to skill level, but there is also that element that can’t be measured by outside circumstances. This includes the heart of the individual in question and whether or not that person has what it takes to hang in there with enough resolve to refuse any outcome but victory. Such is the case with Doomsday.
He simply refuses to lose. He has this way of digging deep down inside of himself and finding a way to keep going until he can win, even if it looks like he’s already beaten. Maybe it all comes down to an internal desire to be the best, to beat anyone that comes his way. Perhaps he won the fight with Darkseid because he’s got so much interna rage that when he unleashes it, virtually nothing can stop him. Whatever the case might be, there is no reason to think that any future battles between the two would turn out any differently. If Doomsday could win the fight even when injured, there is every reason to believe that any future fights would ultimately turn out the same way.
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