Welcome, one and all, to the debut of...
’They Said, We Said’
The show where I give YOU, my Marvel family at home, a controversial statement that someone made about a character, and you decide whether you agree or not. I gather these statements from Marvel threads scattered all across the internet. It is up to you to decide if what THEY said...is what WE say 😌
Today’s controversial statement:
(copied and pasted from the source)
”People overhype beast’s intelligence all the time. Plus people like to forget that beast is a complete a**hole and a prick in the comics.”
Well, friends, what’s do YOU think?
Is what THEY said...what WE said? 😉
YES! I know! It's been forever and a day but I'm back and with a new match up.
Now instead of going with the usual three event gauntlet I've decided to shrink it down to one event with different modifications/rules.
State who you think will win and maybe give reasons or a prediction of how the event goes. Here we go!
Leonard Samson (Earth-616)
Henry McCoy (Earth-616)
Rules from Wikipedia page:
Rounds consist of 2 minutes of boxing, 30 second corner time, then 3 minutes of Chess.
A chessboxing match can end by any of the following:
Victory by checkmate in chess
Loss due to exceeding the chess game's time control
Victory due to disqualification of his or her opponent by the referee e.g. due to inactivity due to overextended playing time (chess or boxing rounds following multiple warnings).This rule prevents a player who is in an obviously lost position in one arena from stalling in order to attempt to win in the other
Loss by resignation (chess or boxing rounds)
In the case that neither of the chessboxers win in regulation time and the chess game ends in a draw, the fighter who is ahead on boxing points wins the overall bout. In case the scoreboard is also tied, the fighter that used the black chess pieces will be named the winner.