According to our vast database of five years worth of MMA news, this is the 140th article MiddleEasy has written about Ronda Rousey. A lot of that has been us cringing at .gifs she’s manifested with her superhuman-like jiu-jitsu/judo game. Throughout the years people said she’s one dimensional — well so is The Incredible Hulk, and by all means he’s considered virtually immortal in the Marvel Universe. The dude is resistant to magic, his cells instantly regenerate, and the madder he gets the more powerful he becomes. In the one-shot comic that ran in 2002, ‘Hulk: The End,’ we see Bruce Banner living in an underground laboratory as the last human in the universe after a cataclysmic nuclear attack on Earth. In order for him to survive in the post-apocalyptic wasteland, he must kill off the Bruce Banner that is living within him and permanently become the Hulk. That’s actually a very multifaceted Hulk, which sort of defeats the point I made of him and Ronda Rousey being allegedly ‘one-dimensional.’
Truth is, I just really wanted to talk about Marvel Comics this afternoon and how despite the fact that Hulk may seem invincible, Galactus would probably own him in a one-on-one fight. Oh, and Ronda Rousey training. Yeah, can’t forget that.