Where was this super macho man bravado in the Spider-Man/Flash debate? If you are going to act like a tough guy, at least be like Jose and act like a tough guy all the time. Yes, they used magic, they used prepping and planned a trap and with magic subdued a dragon. Or maybe even easier they snatched a dragon egg before it was hatched. The way Wizards captured dragons in Harry Potter and the rules on this tournament here are completely different. Once again you are looking at this in a whole different way to validate your opinion. Maybe if Deadpool knew magic and had prep time to figure a plot to subdue the dragon this could be a valid argument. Once again the 50 foot tall dragon argument comes into play yet again. Most of Deadpool's conventional weapons, his swords, daggers, automatic weapons, they are all the size of flies compared to the pure size of the dragon. Unless Deadpool can grab something large enough to do any actual damage, and actually land it before he is shook off and eaten, then this argument holds no real water. Except we are once again dealing with a 50 foot dragon with a much larger head. I'm not arguing that there won't be any damage in the eye. I'm saying it won't be enough to actually subdue or take down the dragon. Tell that to Daredevil, Punisher, and Squirrel Girl. Deadpool is a trained killer, but he is a barely functioning lunatic with a brain tumor in his head. He doesn't think, he fights on instinct and just slashes until everything around him is dead or someone ripped off his arms. He is not smart, he is crazy. Are you under the impression that I am a 50 foot dragon? If you poke a dragon in the eye, it will get pissed and start to swing around, breath fire, and break everything. Hell, if it needed to it would ram it's own head into a wall and splat Deadpool right in the middle. It sure does matter, bigger things can take much more damage. How do you not get this yet? Why do you think the big guys like Kahli, and Big Show often end up in spots where they can sustain extreme amounts of damage before they get taken down? It's simple science, size greatly affects the amount of damage that needs to be done to someone in order to get the desired effects. This is if Deadpool isn't fried, cooked, smashed, squished, or chewed up. If you are only two true options to winning are standing onto the top of the horned head of a dragon or throwing grenades into the mouth that can spit out 50 foot jet stream flames then your chances of winning are going to go down drastically. Again, you're only hope of truly beating this dragon goes down to if Deadpool can land enough damage into the eye to cause enough damage to equalize the fight in his favor, and if he is lucky to land grenades into the mouth of a fire-breathing dragon, and if he is lucky to land an attack outside of his bulletproof hide. All the Dragon needs to do is breath fire onto Deadpool, smash his claw into him, swallow him whole, or throw him around. Deadpool's healing factor would take a while when he is charred to the bone, or chewed up like a wad of gum. Thus giving the dragon the win. Know the best part? The dragon has the strength, and the speed to do whatever is needed to catch and trample Deadpool. Yes, either of those are the only true way to beat a dragon that is built like a tank, flies at insane speeds, and can burn down an entire village with a single huff. Magic, a plan, or even both is to even capture and subdue the Horntail, let alone kill it. Because Deadpool is a fucking moron, that's why. Deadpool doesn't think like a regular mercenary, or a trained solider, he thinks like well, well like Deadpool. He runs into a fight with his swords in his guns, and if neither of them works he spends the rest of the fight getting his ass kicked or running away. Has he ever been able to think of an alternative method of attack when he fought Squirrel Girl? Or Daredevil, or even Punisher? Hell whenever he fights anything his guns and swords can't kill he ends up being smashed and squished like an ant. Right, good thing the Horntail is from a book. Not a videogame, it wasn't written to have a weakness. And it won't grow one to support your shitty argument. Stop trying to compare apples and oranges here and get a grip. The Horntail is not Bowser, or Colossus, you can't beat it unless you have a well assortment of spells and a trap to subdue it. Neither of which are Deadpool capable of doing. Does Deadpool have an extensive knowledge on how to kill Dragon's from a book he most likely never read? I would also like to point out in the bio that Deadpool doesn't even know what Deadpool is going to do next. He is unpredictable and acts on impulse. Both of which will get you killed against a monster that out-powers in every single way fathomable. It is only an underdog story if Deadpool actually has a slim chance of actually beating or even subduing the dragon in the first place. But he doesn't have the knowledge, training, or magical talents to subdue a dragon. What realm of your ass did you get that number? At this point you are letting your macho man tough guy act get in the way of any rational thought. Take a deep breath and go abuse that poor midget neighbor of yours or something. No, we are talking about small arms weapon fire onto a dragon that has skin impervious to it. You are seriously over-estimating Deadpool and under-estimating the durability of a 50 foot dragon. None of which does Deadpool have the strength and the speed to accurately place onto the limited places he would have to hit to cause any real damage. I doubt by the time Wade pulls out a mini-gun and winds it up he could live to talk about when the Horntail just squashes him. What part of "Deadpool doesn't think like normal people" don't you understand? He's not smart, he's not bright, and he is hardly anything of a field general or a tactician. Hell, I would put your nephew among the long list of people that are actually smarter than Deadpool. See what I mean with this macho man tough guy act? I get enough mother jokes in the Bar Room to even let this phase me. Again, completely off-topic. And besides unless you are Frank West, a ***** is not a weapon and can't be pulled out of Deadpool's magic satchel. Maybe actually use an argument where Deadpool can use abilities to realistically cause enough damage to beat a dragon instead of trying to prove something to yourself. According to Tournament rules, the fighters know nothing about each other until they actually face off. So using logic, Deadpool would not know about Darth Vader and his involvement in the tournament. Hell, I don't think there has ever been a time he ever had a lightsaber. And if he did, then I would be supporting him. But here you go again and base your argument on something that just flat out isn't possible of happening. No you didn't, you wanted an easy way out and decided to pull out a lightsaber in a desperate attempt to protect your bravado so everyone thinks you are this macho man tough guy. I explained why the damage to his eye would not do enough damage to subdue a dragon but you constantly choose to ignore it. I don't even know why I am acknowledging this. But I just want to say that you are trying too hard to look so bad and tough by calling me kid, insulting my mother, and constantly contorting things to help your completely absurd argument for a guy who has no realistic way of winning this match. You are trying too hard to look cool and it only ends up being thrown back in your face as some ass-hat who resorts to petty name calling and mother jokes to support his argument. Maybe if you slung less mud, paid attention to details, and remember the fact that Deadpool has never been able to beat anyone bigger than him then maybe you wouldn't end up looking like a tool. I'm going to ask you a couple questions. And I want you to think really hard before you answer them. 1.Despite the Horntail's bio stating he is impervious to all muggle weaponry? What would be big enough to actually cause damage? 1a. Would Deadpool be able to use the weapon without being weighed down by the weight of the weapon from a dragon that moves as fast as a small plane? 2. Despite only having only such limited options to attack, would Deadpool be able to accurately use the big guns to hit those spots before the fast, 50 foot tall dragon lays down his claw, chews him up, or burns him to a crisp? 3. Would it be considered a loss when Deadpool is regenerating his body while inside the belly of a dragon? I'll do you a favor and give you the answers to that. 1.No 1a. No 2. No 3. And actually, yes. Deadpool doesn't think, he acts. When you face a Dragon, that is for all intents and purposes, an unstoppable, godless, killing machine, you need a game-plan, some magic spells, and hell maybe some extra wizards on your side if you plan on even hoping to subdue this brand of Dragon. If you think your shitty insults and your tough guy attitude will ever change that fact than you are even more hopeless than I thought.