Alita vs Robocop: Who Would Win?

Sure, you can send robots to fight in your place, but then you’d be missing all the fun! These warriors are part biological, part machine. It’s Alita vs Robocop!

Alita vs Robocop: Who Wins?

Any enhancements for these cyborg warriors, usually have one purpose–turning them into a more efficient killing machine. From advanced sensors to robotic limbs, these cyborgs are one with their weapons. In this category, we face off the deadliest hybrid warriors to ever grace our screens. Oh, just listen to the roar of the crowd and the sound of metallic footsteps on the ground as these two metal gladiators enter the ring.

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Alex Murphy was an outstanding police officer until he was brutally slain and turned into the heroic cyborg law enforcer known as Robocop. With the durability of a freight train, the firepower of a brigade and the fastest reflexes made possible by contemporary technology, Robocop is virtually unbeatable.

Against him in this fight is Cyber-Girl Gladiator Alita. But don’t let her girlish frame fool you – her berserker body is strong enough to hold up her entire body weight on one finger and allows her to manipulate plasma that empowers her attacks and weapons. Alita is known for her prowess as a practitioner of the powerful forgotten cyborg martial art Panzer Kunst. Together with her superior flexibility and hacking abilities, she is the total package against OCP Crime Prevention Unit 001. Bottom line – The cyborg police officer is trying to put the cuffs on Cyber-Girl. We wouldn’t miss it for the world!

Battle Report Final Results: Alita vs Robocop Who Wins?

Alita vs Robocop who would win?

Alita Wins! Check out the results on Instagram and join the conversation. In the next round, Alita will face off against Raiden for an epic battle!

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