@The Mechanical Menace. That's a good one
Seduce Hot Men
I'm done now cause I've said all I wanted to say plus I'm tired of arguing with stubborn people although you'll probably just say the same thing about me so I'll just agree to disagree.
Oh yeah, he beat Thor who superman's also beaten and has a limit to his power, oh Hyperion who also has a power limit, went toe to toe with the Hulk for a little bit until he gets thrown into a building that then collapse on him causing him to be unable continue the fight from that point on which if he is at Superman's level should've been something he could easily get out of. I will also remind that Superman's power is Infinite, has far more versatility than in his power set, as well as superior fighting skills. Not to mention if you want a way that Superman can beat Juggernaut without throwing him into space either one pressure points paralyzing Juggernaut preventing him from being able to move or Superman can focus his heat vision through the pupils of Juggernaut lobotomizing his brain, although that last one is less likely to happen and would only be used as a last resort.
Refusing to continue a fight is a TKO which literally counts as a KO and that still counts as a loss.
Yeah removed him by having him crash into a building therefore incapacitating him since he didn't come back for more and even he was trying to come back to fight the Hulk for a third time after losing twice it shouldn't have taken him so long if he's on Superman's level.
You do understand that Superman's Power is also limitless? As well as the fact that's it's easier for him to access his limitless power than it is for Juggernaut. Also Hulk literally beat the Juggernaut in WWH when Juggernaut was wielding the most power he's ever had (outside of when he became Kuurth Breaker of Stone) and still lost and the Hulk wasn't even at his full power. In that same storyline Hulk fought Sentry (who is Marvel's closet representation of Superman) to a standstill in what was a much longer fight than the one with Juggernaut and Hulk was at the same power level in both fights. I will also again reiterate the fact that Superman's weakness is against magical attacks and they affect him the same they would any ordinary person so even if Juggernauts punches are magical there are still just punches so to Superman because that's what they are to any normal person meaning Juggernaut doesn't have a magical advantage over Superman.
The Wright Brothers?
Considering Hulk and Gladiator have both incapacitated the Juggernaut before I'm fairly confident Superman can too. Also Superman's "weakness" against magic is that magical attacks affect him the same way they would on any ordinary human as he has no special defenses magical attacks and Juggernaut while he gets his powers from magic doesn't posses any magical attacks meaning he wouldn't have any sort of advantage in this fight. Therefore due to Superman's superior strength, versatility and fighting ability he would easily win this fight.
Rob Wilson Fisk
I'd actually love to see that but again that would too powerful. Just imagine how OP an Ultra Instinct World Breaker Hulk would be.
I would say do Ghost Rider instead of Beyonder and Akuma instead of Rashid but otherwise good roster.
I still play all of them and in the Lego games my favorite character to plays as is Stan Lee and the Spider-Man PS4 games obviously Spider-Man.
Haven't seen it yet and probably won't because I'm not a big fan of Robot Chicken
Marvel's Spider-Man easily, Miles Morales was good but it just felt like glorified DLC for the first game
Ghost Rider (Defenders)
Marvel Girl (X-Men)
Invisible Woman (Fantastic Four)
Franklin Richards (Future Foundation)
Groot (Guardians of the Galaxy)