The battle of boxers! Two champion fighters enter the ring with the goal to win... at any cost. Only one will leave alive!

Balrog VS TJ Combo is the 81st episode of Death Battle, featuring Balrog from the Street Fighter series and TJ Combo from the Killer Instinct series in a battle between fighting game boxers. Balrog was voiced by Chris Jai Alex and TJ Combo was voiced by Gabriel Kunda.


Boomstick: Thousands of years ago, one Greek guy punched another Greek guy, and then they just turned it into a sport.

Wiz: Indeed. Boxing is one of the oldest Olympic sports and has since been refined and perfected over nearly 3,000 years.

Boomstick: And today, we're pitting two of gaming's toughest boxers head-to-head.

Wiz: Balrog, the crazy buffalo from Street Fighter.

Boomstick: And TJ Combo, the hard-hitting champ from Killer Instinct. He's Wiz and I'm Boomstick.

Wiz: And it's our job to analyze their weapons, armor, and skills to find out who would win... a Death Battle.


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Balrog Theme (Remix) - Street Fighter II
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Wiz: Boxer. Gambler. Cheater. Heavyweight champ Balrog has been called many things. Merciful was never one of them.

Boomstick: Hard to blame him, given his rough upbringing. Born and raised in a ghetto neighborhood, the young brawler-to-be had one goal: to leave his poor family and taste that sweet, sweet American dream. You know, the boozing, gambling, and womanizing kind of dream!

Wiz: A brute at heart, Balrog learned early on that he had a gift for roughing others up. A gift which he soon turned into a professional boxing career.

Boomstick: Does that really surprise anyone, though? I mean, look at the guy!

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Boomstick: His skin can barely even contain his own muscles!

Wiz: At six-foot-four and 298 pounds, Balrog is a monster. Compared to real-life boxers, Balrog would be the second-largest heavyweight champion in the entire history of the sport.

Boomstick: Talk about a beast! He makes good use of that size and strength, as he specializes in slugger style boxing.

Wiz: Out of the four generally accepted styles of boxing, sluggers are the most straightforward. They sacrifice mobility and finesse in favor of unwavering perseverance and terrifying brute force.

Boomstick: And Balrog embodies this style to a T! Sluggers are great at taking lots of hits without going down, and then KO'ing their opponents with just a couple big punches. In Balrog's case, his Dashing punches let him come in swinging. His Screw Smash uppercut is so brutal, it can power through other attacks. But Balrog's strength REALLY shines with his famous Gigaton Blow, or with his incredibly deadly Turn Punch... if he's able to hit anything with it, that is. The longer he tenses his arm up for, the more powerful the move gets.

Wiz: While all these moves are fair game in the rules of boxing, fairness is the last thing Balrog cares about.

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Balrog Theme - Street Fighter IV
by Hideyuki Fukasawa
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Boomstick: Damn! This friggin' guy is crazy! I mean, really, look at those eyes! That's the same look old Grandpappy Boomstick had every time he came home with some fresh poultry dinner. Until the damn chickens got him...

Wiz: Unfortunately, his victory was short-lived. When he returned to the ring, he ended up killing his opponent. With his career ruined, Balrog returned to the life of gambling, booze, and women.

Boomstick: Man, he got to kill a guy and drink all day? Talk about living the life! But B-Rog wasn't done flexing his fighting skills. He joined the crime syndicate Shadaloo, and basically punched his way up to become its founder's right-hand man. And who wouldn't want someone as rough and tough as Balrog at their side?

Wiz: Especially since he's so strong, he once killed an elephant with just one punch. See this one? His name's Kudal. Balrog killed his best friend.

Boomstick: Good, freaking elephants had it coming for years. Never shut up! And someone always loses on Dhalsim's stage!

The elephants trumpet as a fighter is KO'd.

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Wiz: Elephants commonly use their skulls to knock down trees, meaning they can withstand a force of at least 10,000 pounds. The strongest punch ever recorded comes from heavyweight champ Frank Bruno, with a force of 1,420 pounds, a dangerous amount of strength, to be sure, but still only one-seventh of Balrog's potential.

Boomstick: But Balrog wouldn't be a true slugger if he couldn't take a beating. He battled the sumo wrestler E. Honda, and the two fell off a cliff, and they both survived!

Wiz: We know this fight takes place in Thailand, and on a cliff overlooking the river, this area is very similar to the northern Khwae Yai River, which can be more than 300 feet wide. By comparing that to the width of the river, as seen here, we can estimate the cliff to be 1,272 feet high.

Boomstick: But while Balrog may have the raw power of a slugger, he's got all the downsides that come with it, too.

Wiz: A smart enough opponent could potentially predict and counter his attacks. This is how he lost to other Street Fighters like Dudley and Alex.

Boomstick: Yeah, he's not the brightest shed in the tool, if you know what I mean.

Wiz: Tool in the shed.

Boomstick: You're a tool! After Shadaloo's head honcho was defeated, Balrog got a promotion and ran the whole crime syndicate himself, until he ran the whole organization into the ground.

Wiz: Probably a few too many blows to the head.

Boomstick: But hey, we're not here to test his management skills. Balrog has been out of the ring for years, but today, he's here to show he's still got what it takes to win. At the end of the day, you've gotta respect the crazy buffalo.

Balrog: I can almost smell the money now. If I can pull this off, I'll be on easy street forever!

TJ Combo

Boomstick: Standing six-foot-one and weighing 220 pounds, TJ Combo is the definition of a champion.

Wiz: But he didn't start out that way. Born to a poor family on the Texas coast, Tyler-Johnson Garrett was in for a rough road to fame and glory. TJ didn't have much, but he did have boxing.

Boomstick: TJ's dad trained him to box, and he joined a Junior League when he was 12 years old, where he... promptly lost.

Wiz: But instead of learning from his mistakes and trying again the next year, TJ replaced the padding in his glove with a roll of quarters and got his revenge with one savage blow. If he learned anything that day, it was only how good it felt to win.

Boomstick: Well, the Junior League didn't exactly agree, so they kicked him out. For the rest of his childhood, he was in and out of trouble. But unwilling to give up, TJ eventually took what little he owned to start a new life at a boxing gym in Chicago. As a janitor. Hey, you gotta start somewhere.

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Wiz: TJ's love for boxing never died. Every dollar he earned was spent on boxing lessons, every spare minute studying legends like Mike Tyson and Muhammad Ali.

Boomstick: You could say he was really "cleaning it up" in the ring, until he finally got a shot at the Heavyweight Championship.

Wiz: Like his hero Ali, TJ fights using an Out-Boxer style, staying outside an opponent's reach with evasive maneuvers and taking advantage of missed swings.

Boomstick: And TJ's go-to attack is his mighty Powerline. Wait a minute, isn't that the band from A Goofy Movie?

Wiz: No.

Boomstick: Aww. It's a straight punch that knocks even the toughest opponent backward. His Tremor Punch is a flying overhand attack that can hit the ground so hard, it creates a shockwave that knocks people off their feet. And he can even send them skyward with his Vortex Uppercut.

Wiz: But his fighting style goes beyond mere punches. His Flying Knee is good for aggressively closing in on opponents, and his Shoot Toss sets them up for his famous combos.

Boomstick: That's where he got the nickname "TJ Combo".

Wiz: Is that how you got your nickname, Boomstick?

Boomstick: Nickname? What the hell are you talking about?

Wiz: Oh, never mind. Through years of hard work and dedication, TJ eventually won the heavyweight championship.

Wiz: At last, fame, fortune, and glory were in his hands, and then they all went to his head. TJ got lazy, blowing his prize money on parties.

Boomstick: Good for him.

Wiz: And ignoring his training until he lost the title.

Boomstick: Aw shoot, man, this poor guy just can't keep it together, can he?

Wiz: That's when the world-dominating mega-corporation Ultratech, AKA evil Walmart, offered TJ an experimental surgical procedure to put him back on top.

Boomstick: And TJ remembered the lesson he learned long ago: If all else fails, just cheat shamelessly.

Wiz: Ultratech fused titanium implants into TJ's arms, drastically increasing his striking power. Within six months, TJ won his title back and held it for 20 years, but Ultratech wanted a favor in return.

Boomstick: They waited 20 whole years to cash in the favor? Nobody's that patient.

Wiz: Ultratech had a new product, a robot warrior they wanted to showcase in a battle against the boxing champ. They left TJ with one word of instruction: Lose.

Boomstick: But... TJ smashed it to pieces in front of a live audience, because screw perfectly-legal, long-term business contracts!

Wiz: In response, Ultratech exposed TJ for the cheater he was, and thus, he was banned from boxing. Again! But this time, TJ refused to go out in disgrace.

Boomstick: So, he ripped the metal right out of his arms... with his bare hands! Like a badass!

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Wiz: Or a complete idiot. But by some extreme luck, Ultratech's experimentation left him with a minor healing factor, which ensured his arms weren't ruined forever. What's more, he also learned he could enter a berserker mode, which enables him to move and punch faster when in desperate situations.

Boomstick: Well, robo-arms or not, TJ is one impressive fighter. His punches can launch heavy enemies like Fulgore over 13 feet into the air, and holding the championship for 20 years is way longer than the world record.

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Wiz: Currently, the longest-held heavyweight title belongs to Joe Louis, whose reign lasted 11 years, eight months, and eight days. TJ defended his title for nearly twice that length.

Boomstick: Plus, TJ's got plenty of experience outside the ring. Without implants, he's defeated the secret agent Orchid, the upgraded war-bot Fulgore Mark II, and killed multiple Ultratech super dinosaurs! That's right, this is a boxer who kills frickin' velociraptors on the regular.

Wiz: And he's obviously very resilient to pain, like when he survived jumping out of an Ultratech skyscraper. Based on the amount of time it takes other unfortunate visitors to fall from the top floor, this building must be 1,062 feet tall.

Boomstick: But we all know this boxing champ never had a perfect record. He lost fights to Glacius the ice alien and twice was outmatched by squads of Ultratech super-soldiers.

Wiz: Also, while TJ's Out-Boxer style is quick and resilient, it can be overwhelmed by an aggressive enough opponent. If he gets overconfident, he's sure to lose an important fight sooner rather than later.

Boomstick: But since being outed, he's determined to prove his skill is all-natural. It's gonna take a lot to bring down a champion like TJ Combo.

TJ Combo: And don't think for a moment that I'll let anything get in my way, 'cause if you give me that moment... I'll win!


Wiz: Alright, the combatants are set. Let's end this debate once and for all!

Boomstick: But first, it wouldn't be a boxing match without some food to go along, so here's where you get your hands on some!

Wiz and Boomstick read out an advertisement for Blue Apron.

Boomstick: But right now, IT'S TIME FOR A DEATH BATTLEEE!!!

Wiz: Alright, the combatants are set. Let's end this debate once and for all!


(The transcript below is exclusive to the YouTube version of the episode.)

Wiz: Alright, the combatants are set. Let's end this debate once and for all!

Boomstick: But first, it wouldn't be a boxing match without some food to go along, so here's where you get your hands on some!

Wiz and Boomstick read out an advertisement for Blue Apron.

Boomstick: But right now, IT'S TIME FOR A DEATH BATTLEEE!!!

(The transcript below is exclusive to the Rooster Teeth version of the episode.)

Wiz: Alright, the combatants are set. Let's end this debate once and for all!


Death Battle

Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen.

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Announcer: Introducing our first fighter: He's big, he's crude, and all rawhide.

Balrog comes in as his two lackeys beside him surround him.

Announcer: He's Balroooooog!!! Now for his challenger, a heavyweight champion with a shady history, who's here to prove he can beat the best of the best, even without awesome metal arms!

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TJ Combo comes in as he shadow boxes one of his lackeys.

Announcer: He's TJ Comboooo!!!

Both TJ and Balrog step into the ring and meet each other.

TJ Combo: Man, think you got what it takes to beat the champ?

TJ and Balrog punch their hands to each other.

Balrog: (laughs) You won't even make it to Round 2, wimp!

TJ and Balrog walk back to their corners. Balrog stands in his fighting pose, punches in the air and yells. TJ Combo punches in the air and stands in a fighting pose.

Announcer: Here we go! Aaannnd... FIGHT!

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Balrog and TJ Combo approach each other. Balrog tries to punch TJ with his right hook but he ducks under the punch, Balrog uses his left hook and successfully hits TJ three times before Combo manages to dodge.

Announcer: And Balrog starts strong and ferocious! Better stay out of his way, TJ!

Balrog continues punching, but TJ dodges and goes in for two more punches, but the Crazy Buffalo blocks them both. This pattern continues until suddenly, TJ goes in for a left and starts to punch Balrog's shoulder. He blocks and starts to land several hard forceful blows before knocking TJ out of his range, as Combo stumbles back up.

Announcer: TJ's quick, but Balrog is clearly overwhelming him!

Balrog throws a dashing punch once TJ has gotten up, trapping him into a corner.


Balrog dashes over to the corner and starts beating TJ to a pulp rapidly, but as he charges a strong blow, Combo rolls out of the corner. Balrog, surprised, turns around to see TJ running to him before punching him into the corner.

Announcer: Whoa, whoa, wait a minute! Did TJ just turn this around?

TJ starts punching Balrog in his head, legs, and then chest. Balrog releases his deadly Screw Smash uppercut, to which TJ dodges, making the Crazy Buffalo's fist hit the ground. Combo, seeing his chance, then jumps into the air, and punches Balrog hard, making him collapse to the ground.


Balrog gets up off the ground.

Balrog: (heavy breathing/growling) Annoying bastard... I'll break you like a rag doll!

The two fighters get in fighting stances and walk to the center, ready to engage again, but the bell rings and the referee holds his arms out, stopping them in their tracks.

Announcer: That's the bell, ending Round 1! Folks, it looks like Balrog clearly had the range in this fight, but I'd say TJ proved he can give as good as he gets!

The two sit in opposing corners of the ring, taking a breather.

Announcer: Moving into Round 2! I think this is too close to call!

The bell rings and the ref gives them the sign to begin fighting.

TJ Combo: Whatchu got, huh? Huh? HUH?

TJ goes in for a few punches, Balrog blocking. The Crazy Buffalo goes in for a few himself, but they go over Combo. TJ then goes to his opposite side, landing a few blows on him. Balrog goes in for a left hook, but TJ dodges before punching him in the chest.

They both go in for a hook, but TJ's lands into Balrog's chest first, canceling his attack. Balrog continues attempting to go in for punches, but TJ simply dodges them and cancels with his own quick attacks. TJ dashes out before going back in, but Balrog uses his gloves to grab him by the shoulder, headbutts him, steps on his foot, and punches him to the ground. The crowd boos this dirty attack.

Announcer: Whoa! A dirty move from Balrog.

The crowd begins to boo as the referee tries to step in, only for Balrog to beat him down.

Announcer: Woah! That's not appropriate!

Balrog rips off his coat and tosses it outside of the ring as TJ regains his footing.

Balrog: Come on, tiny. Just you and me!

TJ rubs the pavement off his nose.

TJ Combo: Bring it on, asshole!

Balrog attempts a Dash Straight forward while TJ tumbles and grabs Balrog, slams him into the ground with a Shoot Toss, and knocks him down from the air using a Tremor punch. He tries punching again, but Balrog uses a focus attack to counter it and juggles TJ into an aerial combo with the Crazy Buffalo technique. He attempts to finish Combo off with a KKB, but the boxer uses the infamous...


...and knocks Balrog backward.

Announcer: They won't stop! How long can this go!?

TJ launches a Superman punch forward and lands a couple of blows. Balrog tries landing heavy hits, but TJ keeps his distance and evades the attacks to land his own. Both prepare to land a heavy punch, but Balrog gets the upper hand by sweeping TJ off of his feet and landing a Buffalo Uppercut. He tries stomping on TJ, but Combo avoids it and gets up.

The two boxers counter and clash with their gloves, causing the ring to start crumbling apart from their sheer power. They then use their most powerful dash attacks, but Balrog fakes TJ out to avoid his punch. Taking advantage of his vulnerability, Balrog lands some blows before unleashing his Gigaton Blow.

Balrog: You won't hear the full 10 count! Why don't you go to hell!?

He lands the devastating punch on TJ as the fight goes into slow-motion and the music suddenly stops, the cameras flashing as TJ falls to the ground.

Announcer: I-I can't believe it! Combo's down! This could be over!

Balrog slowly approaches his opponent ready to end the fight as the music picks back up, but TJ gets on his knees and angrily pounds the ground.

TJ Combo: I ain't done!

TJ gets up and enters his Instinct Mode, Glory Days, confusing his opponent.

Balrog: Wait, what?

Balrog tries throwing another KKB with TJ easily avoiding it.

Announcer: TJ's back up with his Last Breath!

TJ's intense speed starts overwhelming his opponent. When Balrog tries throwing a punch forward, TJ dodges it and punches Balrog's arm so hard it snaps in two. The Street Fighter starts limping backward in pain, but TJ doesn't let him walk it off as he delivers a brutal beatdown to the Shadaloo boxer. TJ ends the match with a fully charged Vortex Punch, which decapitates Balrog and sends his head flying into the air.

Announcer: Holy Jumping Giblets! TJ Combo takes the title in absolutely brutal fashion!

TJ walks away victorious as Balrog's limp body falls to the ground. The cameraman tilts his view upwards only to have Balrog's disembodied head fall right on top of the lens and crack the screen.

Announcer: Excuse me... I've gotta hurl...

The screen then suddenly cuts to color bars before...

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Yo Check This Out! - Killer Instinct 2
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Boomstick: Whoa-ho! It's just like Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots! Only... I don't think... his... head's... getting reattached...

Wiz: This was an extremely close bout. In fact, both fighters were evenly matched in a lot of unexpected ways.

Boomstick: Being a slugger, Balrog was obviously used to having the strength advantage, but TJ actually had him matched.

Wiz: Recall how Balrog's punch killed an elephant, whose skull could withstand 10,000 pounds of force, or 44,482 newtons.

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Wiz: In comparison, TJ's Vortex Punch is capable of hitting opponents at a minimum of 13.4 feet into the air, even if they weigh as much as 550 pounds, like Fulgore. To launch something that heavy with just a punch would require 44,820 newtons of force.

Boomstick: Dang, that's close, and that's not even TJ's strongest punch. Even their ability to take hits were pretty similar, like Balrog falling off of the cliff, or TJ jumping out of the Ultratech skyscraper, both of which were at similar heights.

Wiz: Luckily for TJ, analyzing real-life boxing trends revealed his inherent advantage over Balrog: the popular triangle theory of boxing, also called the "Rock-Paper-Scissors" theory, claims that sluggers such as Balrog naturally struggle against out-boxers like TJ.

Boomstick: Yeah, slugger punches are really strong, but they're predictable and require more energy, so a good out-boxer could just keep his distance, capitalizing on mistakes, and then wear the slugger down over time until the opportune chance for a knockout blow.

Wiz: Obviously, it's called a theory for a reason. Every boxer is different. However, when applied at a very fundamental level, the triangle theory holds weight.

Boomstick: Like when Ali took the title from slugger George Foreman in the famous "Rumble in the Jungle" by using those out-boxer tactics.

Wiz: And don't forget, TJ kept a heavyweight title for over 20 years. Despite how closely matched their power and durability were, TJ's speed, tactics, and experience won the match by permanent knockout.

Boomstick: You could say TJ had the Instinct for this fight, and it was a Killer.

We cut to the "Winner" card.

Wiz: The winner is TJ Combo.

TJ Combo: Yeah!



  • The connections between Balrog and TJ Combo are that they are both fighting game professional boxers with a history of cheating, but took opposite paths (Balrog continues to cheat and do whatever it takes to win, whereas TJ is looking to redeem himself from cheating). Both grew up in poverty but became rich and successful thanks to their talent in boxing. Both also have connections to the main evil organizations of their respective series (Balrog works for Shadaloo and TJ had worked with Ultratech to get his cyborg arms).
  • According to the commentary for this episode:
    • The reason why TJ punching Fulgore 13 feet into the air was used as his main strength feat was that the research team for this episode tried to calculate punches where TJ punched someone off-screen. To accomplish this, they measured the acceleration based on how far TJ's opponent goes between two frames. However, the result was approximately 700 feet into the air, which they deemed too ludicrous even for TJ. This is also the reason why Boomstick claims the feat used is not his strongest feat of strength.[1]
    • TJ's final rushdown on Balrog before he decapitates him with a Vortex Punch was directly inspired by Hajime no Ippo.[2]
    • Nick wrote a joke ending for the fight, but he couldn't explain it in further detail since he mentioned it at the very end of the commentary.[3]
  • This is the last episode to feature music from the source material as part of the analyses, excluding minor jingles (such as in Sonic's analysis in Mario VS Sonic (2018) and Ben's analysis in Ben 10 VS Green Lantern), Weiss' analysis in Weiss VS Mitsuru, and end-of-analysis clips in general up until Saitama VS Popeye.


  • Several times during the fight, Balrog's coat clips through his body, most notably when he takes it off.



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Season 2 26 He-Man VS Lion-O27 Shao Kahn VS M. Bison28 Ryu Hayabusa VS Strider Hiryu29 Ivy VS Orchid30 Fox McCloud VS Bucky O'Hare31 Terminator VS RoboCop32 Luigi VS Tails32.5 Vegeta VS Mewtwo?33 Pokémon Battle Royale34 Fulgore VS Sektor35 Godzilla VS Gamera36 Batman VS Captain America37 Tigerzord VS Gundam Epyon38 Ryu VS Scorpion39 Deadpool VS Deathstroke40 Kirby VS Majin Buu41 Ragna VS Sol Badguy42 Gaara VS Toph43 Boba Fett VS Samus Aran (2015)44 Chuck Norris VS Segata Sanshiro45 Guts VS Nightmare46 Iron Man VS Lex Luthor47 Beast VS Goliath48 Solid Snake VS Sam Fisher49 Darth Vader VS Doctor Doom50 Goku VS Superman 251 Donkey Kong VS Knuckles52 Wolverine VS Raiden53 Hercule Satan VS Dan Hibiki54 Yang VS Tifa55 Mega Man VS Astro Boy56 Green Arrow VS Hawkeye57 Pokémon VS Digimon
Season 3 58 Dante VS Bayonetta59 Bowser VS Ganon60 Ratchet & Clank VS Jak & Daxter61 Flash VS Quicksilver62 Joker VS Sweet Tooth63 Mewtwo VS Shadow64 Meta VS Carolina65 Cammy VS Sonya66 Tracer VS Scout67 Ken VS Terry68 Amy Rose VS Ramona Flowers69 Hulk VS Doomsday70 Zoro VS Erza71 Deadpool VS Pinkie Pie
Season 4 72 Lara Croft VS Nathan Drake73 Scrooge McDuck VS Shovel Knight74 Venom VS Bane75 Power Rangers VS Voltron76 Natsu VS Ace77 Sub-Zero VS Glacius78 Android 18 VS Captain Marvel79 Metal Sonic VS Zero80 Lucario VS Renamon81 Balrog VS TJ Combo82 Shredder VS Silver Samurai83 Smokey Bear VS McGruff the Crime Dog84 Thor VS Wonder Woman85 Naruto VS Ichigo86 Batman Beyond VS Spider-Man 209987 Sephiroth VS Vergil
Season 5 88 Black Panther VS Batman89 Raven VS Twilight Sparkle90 Jotaro VS Kenshiro91 Crash VS Spyro92 Sora VS Pit93 Leon Kennedy VS Frank West94 Doctor Strange VS Doctor Fate95 Ryu VS Jin96 Samurai Jack VS Afro Samurai97 Carnage VS Lucy98 Optimus Prime VS Gundam99 Nightwing VS Daredevil100 Mario VS Sonic (2018)101 Ultron VS Sigma102 Roshi VS Jiraiya103 Thanos VS Darkseid
Season 6 104 Aquaman VS Namor105 Mega Man Battle Royale106 Black Widow VS Widowmaker107 Captain Marvel VS Shazam108 Wario VS King Dedede109 Ben 10 VS Green Lantern110 Weiss VS Mitsuru111 Johnny Cage VS Captain Falcon112 Aang VS Edward Elric113 Ghost Rider VS Lobo114 Dragonzord VS Mechagodzilla115 Sasuke VS Hiei116 Ganondorf VS Dracula117 Mob VS Tatsumaki118 Deadpool VS Mask119 All Might VS Might Guy
Season 7 120 Miles Morales VS Static121 Black Canary VS Sindel122 Leonardo VS Red Ranger Jason123 Genos VS War Machine124 Gray VS Esdeath125 Goro VS Machamp126 Cable VS Booster Gold127 Obi-Wan Kenobi VS Kakashi128 Danny Phantom VS American Dragon Jake Long129 She-Ra VS Wonder Woman130 Beerus VS Sailor Galaxia131 Zuko VS Shoto Todoroki132 Flash VS Sonic132.5 The Seven Battle Royale133 Winter Soldier VS Red Hood134 Venom VS Crona135 Sabrewulf VS Jon Talbain136 Red VS Blue137 Batgirl VS Spider-Gwen138 Sanji VS Rock Lee139 Hulk VS Broly
Season 8 140 Yoda VS King Mickey141 Shadow VS Ryuko142 Lex Luthor VS Doctor Doom143 Heihachi Mishima VS Geese Howard144 Blake VS Mikasa145 Iron Fist VS Po146 Steven Universe VS Star Butterfly147 Link VS Cloud (2021)148 Batman VS Iron Man149 Goku Black VS Reverse-Flash150 Macho Man VS Kool-Aid Man151 DIO VS Alucard152 Akuma VS Shao Kahn153 Korra VS Storm154 Madara VS Aizen155 Saitama VS Popeye
Season 9 156 Harley Quinn VS Jinx157 Scarlet Witch VS Zatanna158 Tanjiro VS Jonathan Joestar159 Thor VS Vegeta160 Omni-Man VS Homelander161 Magneto VS Tetsuo162 Hercules VS Sun Wukong163 Boba Fett VS Predator163.5 Excalibur VS Raiden164 James Bond VS John Wick165 Black Adam VS Apocalypse166 Trunks VS Silver167 SpongeBob VS Aquaman168 Jason Voorhees VS Michael Myers169 Sauron VS Lich King170 Deku VS Asta171 Gogeta VS Vegito
Season 10 172 Ant-Man VS Atom173 Skyrim VS Dark Souls174 Killua VS Misaka175 Stitch VS Rocket Raccoon176 Darth Vader VS Obito Uchiha177 Phoenix VS Raven178 Guts VS Dimitri179 Martian Manhunter VS Silver Surfer180 Bill Cipher VS Discord181 Cole MacGrath VS Alex Mercer182 Frieza VS Megatron183 Gojo VS Makima184 Scooby-Doo VS Courage the Cowardly Dog185 Rick Sanchez VS The Doctor186 Goku VS Superman (2023)187 Galactus VS Unicron
Season 11 ??? Wile E. Coyote VS Tom Cat*
Unknown ??? Ruby VS Maka*
*Currently unreleased