What if Kong wins the fight in GxK?2,934 Views11 RepliesAdd A Reply
Title says it all. What would you feel like if Kong won the battle against Godzilla? Let's imagine that it's only the two of them and there'll be no other monster that they should fight.
Personally I wouldn't like it. I've been a Godzilla fan since I was a kid and seeing my childhood getting killed or beaten in a movie is something that's going to take a toll on me. It just feels off, y'know. Since, as to say, it is Godzilla's series, the Monsterverse, all because he started it its first movie. Also, the feats, I don't think Kong could beat those feats, I could bet a buck Kong's not that experienced as Godzilla when it comes to fighting, we can all probably agree that Godzilla is way older than Kong. So that's my opinion. I wouldn't like it, if it does happen I'd probably get out of the cinema because I'm an idiot.
I hope Godzilla wins, though. I'm not giving up my childhood that easy.
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I think if Kong were to win, he would only technically win. I think it would go like this:
*Kong and Godzilla fight, and Kong manages to knock out his opponent, either by punching him to the head to many times and whacking him over the head with a building/tree.
*Godzilla passes out, and Kong lets out a victorious roar before passing out himself due to his injuries.
*Later, the morning after the fight, Kong rises up from the rubble, looks upon Godzilla's wounded body, and then walks away.
*But Godzilla awakens and arises from the destruction. He and Kong stare at each other for a moment.
*They then seem to make the decision to end their fighting, and they go their separate ways. Kong beats his chest and roars, and Godzilla does the same.
I think the movie will either do this or it will have the two of them team up against a common-enemy, such as Ghidorah or Destoroyah or something.
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It's certainly a possibility since he won last time. I wouldn't get too bent out of shape over it if the movie's good. These are movies after all, not wrestling matches.
@Kaiju-Man257 That's true, although I'm still in belief that G will win.
@G.H. (Gman) That's not necessarily true, it is a wrestling match. It's just one of cinematic proportions ;)
I'm actually in the loop that I don't care who wins. I love both Godzilla and Kong.
On another note, it's not like Godzilla is undefeated. He's lost a few of his battles. Like Kong in 1962, mothra larvae in 1964, Super mechagodzilla in 93, just to name a few.
Like Gman said, if the film is good, it's entertainment value that counts.
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Said this before but based on both monster's intro movies in this universe, between the two I'd vote for Kong as for right now.
I'd settle for a tie, personally. The two go at it for a LONG time, but neither are really getting an advantage over the other, and both just collapse from sheer exhaustion and give up fighting each other.
@TheGMan123 That's what I'm expecting to happen
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Nah. The moment we look at any of these films as simply wrestling matches instead of movies we devalue them. Of course the monster battles are the fun part to watch, but this isn't WWE. These are movies many, many people have worked on to create.
I know that, but I'm saying that I don't know if they'll have the guts to have one win. I'm hoping they would but I don't know if the company would want backlash. With them both winning, I meant something along the lines of it seeming like they both died but they're actually still alive. Like let's say that they're fighting on top of a Volcano, and it erupts, causing them to fall inside. The world thinks they're dead but the movie ends with us being shown that they're both very much alive.
Honestly I would expect a massive uproar among both fans and the general audience.
Just about every single comment thread I've seen encompasses a majority of people rooting for Godzilla; even in videos explaining why Kong has a chance.
If Godzilla wins, that uproar will still happen, but it would be certainly a fraction of the one that would occur in Kong's victory.
The only reason I would say there wasn't an uproar in 1962 was because it was only Godzilla's 3rd movie. He didn't have the reputation he has today and didn't have as much as a following.
The only safe card for the studio I see is them teaming up to fight another monster at the end and having no true victor. Honestly though, I'm starting to consider that a cop out.