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Team Martian Manhunter Martian Manhunter can mind-control any or all three of his opponents easily. Doctor Strange might be able to escape this, but Doctor Fate can still beat him one-on-one. Once he is out of the picture, a mind controlled Hulk and Thor wouldn't stand a chance.
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I agree, but I would say powers are given during their life (Spiderman being bitten, Reed Richards in the space accident). Abilities are things you are born with (alien's abilities, etc).
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Build a new website, and put a scale on the power levels (i.e, a range between say 200 pounds and 20 tons for weight, 5 mph to the speed of light for speed, etc). This will make sure that characters like Spiderman won't have the same strength level as characters like Superman.
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Void Whoops, nevermind. I forgot that since Sentry/Void have the same powers, just different morals, that makes Void invulnerable. The only time Sentry was defeated was when he wanted to be hurt/killed. If this carried over, he would survive Blackfire's attack until he finally just killed her.
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Void Void is constantly struggling with Sentry inside his head. It is very possible that this would give Blackfire enough of a chance to kill him.
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Phoenix Hahahahahahahaha
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Deadpool Look at the "Deadpool vs. Deathstroke" DeathBattle video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yn8ZqX82neg
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Superman Even when Batman prepares, Superman usually is holding back for some reason. The Justice League movie (as much as I hate to use it as a source) showed this quite clearly. Supes won easily, and almost killed him. Superman can move as fast as the Flash, and can hit with the force of a nuke. Batman can't even win with kryptonite.
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Deadpool DP is immortal because of a feud with Thanos. Also, if you look at the Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe comic, DP wins easily, even against the Wolvie-like characters. His carbonadium sword certainly helps matters.
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Aquaman Depends on the environment. If its on land, probably Red Hulk. However, it probably would be in or near the water, so I would favor Namor.
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Juggernaut Ooooh depends on the time. Old Juggernaut wins very easily (stronger, invulnerable). However, the newer comics have him being much weaker. Overall, I am picking the Juggernaut in a close one.
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Deathstroke Deathstroke can heal, while Punisher can't. Punisher is just a better-than-average Marine, while Deathstroke is a physically enhanced, tactical genius.
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Team Iron Man Captain America can't beat Iron Man alone (he needed Bucky's help in Civil War).
Wanda can beat Vision, but as Marvel500 said, War Machine's sonar gun can neutralize her. Black Panther's suit is vibranium, so the only one who can beat him would be Ant-Man. This is assuming Ant-Man goes subatomic, and that this actually works against vibranium (physics can be weird in comics). Ant-Man is then out of action for however long it takes for him to get back. The only one who can't beat Bucky is Black Widow, but she can beat Hawkeye. Falcon is no match for War Machine. That pretty much sums up the fight. As long as there aren't mistakes (Vision taking out War Machine), this should work out.
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Baron Mordo (MCU) Mordo has magic (mystic arts, whatever). Black Widow only wins if she sneaks up on him.
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Flash (CW) Barry outran Death itself. He is the superior speedster by far.
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Team Thanos (Infinity Gauntlet) Summary:
In a battle, usually the combatants separate into groups of 2+ to battle, and the winners keep fighting. if you transfer this to the this fight, we can predict the outcome. Villains and heroes who usually fight each other (i.e, Batman and Joker), usually fight in larger battles as well. Through this process, more villains win than heroes, and can then gang up on the surviving heroes. This shows in the massive 2130-1261 win for the villains.

Long Version:
If you try to match them up, you see why this won't work:

Dormammu vs. Dr. Strange: In the comics, Strange always beats Dormammu through tricks, not raw power. In a full head to head battle, Strange would lose horribly, especially if they were fighting in the Dark Dimension.
Thanos vs. Adam Warlock: Actually, this would be a draw. Both are wielding infinite power with about the same skill.
Doomsday vs. Superman: Doomsday wins in the comics, as he is actually most famous for killing him.
Galactus vs. Silver Surfer: Depends. Galactus is actually not a villain, so the only reason he would attack at full strength would be if he was starving and the Surfer was stopping him from eating any planets. This is actually pretty unlikely, so it would actually be the Surfer.

At this point, we have two Marvel heroes and two DC villains. A team of Warlock the Living Tribunal and Rune King Thor would be insanely powerful, but Darkseid+Anti-Monitor at full strength would win. Why? Rune King Thor could not (easily) warp/travel into other dimensions, while all of the others can. He would be killed very quickly, though not without a fight. This would leave the Living Tribunal to face both Darkseid and Anti-Monitor. While the Living Tribunal might be able to beat one or the other, both would be too much.

If you assume Thanos and Warlock cancel out, that leaves Dormammu, Doomsday, and some combination of Anti-Monitor and Darkseid (depending on if LT was able to take one out on his own), against the Silver Surfer. The villains easily win.