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POLL: Who Would Win In A Fight - Thor Or Wonder Woman?

With Wonder Woman releasing over the weekend, the question has been publicly posed. 

Between an Amazon and an Asgardian, it's hard to know who would win. They both have fast reflexes, God-Like strength, and are both warriors. Katie Couric decided this needed to be a question asked, by none other than Gal Gadot herself, posed to Chris Hemsworth, who wields the hammer in Thor's name.

Katie Couric on Twitter

Hey @chrishemsworth -- @GalGadot has something to ask you... #wonderwoman https://t.co/XWrDANhsaT https://t.co/wDZDZpIemt

He answered right away, with no questions asked:

Chris Hemsworth on Twitter

@katiecouric @GalGadot I think she'd kick Thor's a**

For the fact that Marvel Heroes and DC Heroes seem to play amicably, for the most part, Gal plays back, saying that they should collide worlds.

Gal Gadot on Twitter

@chrishemsworth @katiecouric I always knew you were a smart guy 🙂 But I think its worth a fight . we should collide worlds????

Much different than how the Marvel Universe handles their own, like Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool) trolling Tom Holland (Spider-Man) on his twitter posts:

Tom Holland on Twitter

Thinking about buz cutting my hair for the next one. Thoughts?

Ryan Reynolds on Twitter

I'm going with the full Brazilian wax. Not gonna let fear run my life. https://t.co/MOQRtbNUGt

 

At any rate, what do you think? Do you believe that Wonder Woman could beat Thor? An even more complex question: Considering the fact that you have to be deemed worthy by the hammer itself,  do you think Wonder Woman would be worthy to wield Thor's Hammer?

 


 

If you haven't already seen it, Wonder Woman is now in theaters everywhere, while Thor: Ragnarok will be released November 3.

 

COMIC SPOILER BELOW:

For those who haven't read it, in 1997, there was a comic crossover between Marvel and DC, in which Wonder Woman did wield Thor's Hammer. It was in then #3 issue of Marvel Versus DC, which can be found here on Amazon.

 

Amy Cooper is the type of journalist that when asked "What do you bring to the table," she replies "I am the table.