Chuck Norris. Unless Steven Seagal is involved. I don't want to get in the middle of that fight. Ok, with that out of the way, I don't understand threads that pit one character against another without context. Here's my reasons. 1) Anyone can beat anyone, it depends what they're prepared to do. I'm an overweight guy with no combat training. But give me a .357 Magnum and the element of surprise and Chuck Norris doesn't have a chance. So yeah, Bumblebee could take Trypticon. Comic fans will probably already understand this if I say "Batman" and "preparation time." 2) We're talking about fictional characters. There are rules, even if unwritten, to how they will act. If you're pitting a good guy against a bad guy, unless there's a story reason for the bad guy to win, the good guy's gonna kick ass. If you pit a good guy against a good guy, they'll fight without really reaching a winner, then figure out they're being manipulated and team up to take down the people who set them up. That's how fiction works. Think about any crossover you've ever seen. The only exception I can think of was that Marvel/DC thing a year back where kids got to vote on whether Wolverine could defeat someone who once killed a planet. So I guess what I'm getting at is... what's the point of these things?