The Web-Head versus The First Avengers..who would win in a straight-up Fist Fight???

Spider-Man Powers and Abilities


The Web-Slinger at his Finest

Spider-Man Overview

As a High School Outcast, Peter Parker became one of America's most iconic superheroes after being bitten by a radioactive spider.With his uncle Ben dead, Spider-Man swings valiantly through the sky, scales the tallest buildings, and uses his Spider-Sense to seek out and stop crime.Spidey is an icon for all, whether they're nerds or not.

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Captain America Powers and Abilities


The Leader of The Avengers, Ready for Battle

Captain America Overview

Steve Rogers became Captain America following the use of the super-soldier serum in World War II.A bullied youth, Steve Rogers became the symbol of America and the leader of The Avengers.As a superhuman, he fights for both good and America.

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How the Battle Would Go Down


Spider-Man and Captain America square off in 2006"s Civil War

The Spider-Man vs. Captain America movie.Web-Slinger versus Star-Spangled Avenger.Through both characters' lengthy histories, numerous occasions have been covered covering the fight. .Despite having great respect for one another, each of the heroes held back their punches in both battles, and in both, Cap took the victory, but Spidey gave him a real run for his money.

The two met in Civil War while having differing views on the Superhero Registration Act.

.Spider-Man and Captain America square off in the hangar.Although it's a brief moment, it is extremely memorable (probably the most memorable of all the encounters in the hangar sequence).At first, Spider-Man uses his web and speed to knock Cap off, but that's it.It's all because he has experience, so Captain America can counter whatever Spider-Man throws at him.It's also easy to tell that Cap is holding back on his punches-the fight is more of a skirmish than anything else.

Let's start now.Here's the truth.I own a tattoo of his logo on my forearm. Spider-Man is my second favorite superhero to Batman. .The two aren't going to fight seriously, where either of them intends to kill the other.Perhaps it will happen, but it will probably be a one-off, that may fade into obscurity, or it might be a hit (Old Man Logan was WILD).It does not appear to me that the two would fight with the intention of killing each other. .As a result of his entire age and how many encounters he's had, Cap is the one with more experience on almost every front.There will always be a "kid" in Spider-Man's fight, and he will lack experience.

It is easy to see why Spider-Man succeeds.To begin with, he is stronger than Captain America.This has been demonstrated frequently in comics and films. .He has stopped flying cars in their tracks, lifted everything from cargo containers to heavy buildings over his head, stopped moving trains, and held together a cruise ship that was splitting in two.Among the web-slingers, the web-slinger clearly has the upper hand. .Then perhaps Spider-Man would go berserk and knock Cap's head off with a few punches..but remember, Spider-Man's no killer.

The main advantage that Captain America has over Spider-Man is his experience. This is something that Spider-Man just doesn’t have. I’m not saying Spidey will go in blind and stupid, he just doesn’t have the same level of expertise that The First Avenger does. Cap has a much longer resume on dealing with foes that are potentially stronger and more deadly than Spider-Man. Cap still has a tremendous amount of strength and durability as well, it may not be as much as Spider-Man but he’s no slouch. But again…in the end, it all boils down to experience and Cap’s tactical expertise.


Spider-Man dodging Captain America"s Shield

 As I mentioned earlier I can’t see this fight being one to the death. It could start out that way but the amount of respect between the two would outweigh that level of hatred. Neither of them are killers, never have and never will be, unless one or the other is under an altered mindset which wouldn’t make it a fair fight. The fight would start with each of them doing a silent analysis of the other, quickly going over details about the other before they strike. Spidey would use his agility and his Spidey sense as best (probably go for his legs) as he could and he’d probably get a good amount of hits on Cap, probably daze and even surprise him, maybe even bloody him. But once Cap gets a firm understanding of what he’s dealing with, once he nails the Web-Slinger’s style, it’ll end in Cap’s favor. He has the experience, the tactical advantage as well as the discipline to not let a fight like this get to his head. Spidey has a tremendous amount of discipline too, but I can see it getting to his head before Cap. Spider-Man would utilize the environment a bit more than Cap, using his webs and various items to his advantage. He’d swing across the sky and opt-out for quick attacks to confuse and disorient Cap. But sooner than later Cap would get a hold of him and get the upper hand. Captain America also has the resilience to not give up, he’s displayed this in the comics and he’s certainly displayed it in the movies (I could do this all day). The Web-Slinger would knock him down but The First Avenger would always get back up until he wins. This fight wouldn’t end in a death, and it probably wouldn’t end with Spidey laid out for the count. It would end in a stalemate, with both heroes leaving the battle with a newfound level of respect for the other.

And the Winner is…


Captain America would emerge Victorioius

Captain America all the way. It truly pains me to admit that Spider-Man would lose this fight, but there is no other way this fight would go. Sure, Spider-Man has the strength and the Spidey-Sense, but Captain America has the tactical advantage, the discipline, and the years of experience.