Deadpool, the Merc with a Mouth, has had his fair share of epic fights in his relatively short lifespan. Deadpool didn’t arrive on the comic scene until 1991 in Marvel Comics’ The New Mutants #98 by Rob Liefeld and Fabian Nicieza. Since his creation, Deadpool has gone on to become a fan favorite fighting everyone from Cable and the X-Force to the entire Marvel Universe. He even took on Marvel’s preeminent villain, Thanos in a 2015 series by Tim Seeley and Elmo Bondoc.

We were treated to a couple fun fights on the big screen when we got to see Deadpool take on Ajax aka Francis and Colossus in Fox’s R-Rated Deadpool film. However, we want to discuss the five greatest fights from Deadpool’s illustrious comic career.

Sit back and watch:

Do you agree with Troy’s five greatest Deadpool fights or do you think Deadpool has had way better fights?

Do you think we might see some of these fights adapted to the big screen?

It’s almost guaranteed we will see a version of Deadpool vs Cable in the upcoming Deadpool sequel starring Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool and Josh Brolin as Cable. We know Zazie Beetz’s Domino will also be getting in on the action in the upcoming sequel. We got a hint of the high-flying action in a number of leaked on-set videos. One of them shows Beetz’s Domino parachuting straight into a giant blow-up panda bear. Another shot involved a massive futuristic military vehicle. The vehicle appears to have crashed and Reynolds’ Deadpool sits atop it in a daze. One can only wonder how in the world that happened!

Deadpool 2 hits theaters on June 1, 2018. Along with Reynolds, Brolin, and Beetz the film sees Morena Baccarin returning as Vanessa, Briana Hildebrand reprises her role as Negasonic Teenage Warhead. Leslie Uggams returns as Blind Al and Karan Soni will be the hilarious taxi cab driver, Dopinder. Stefan Kapcic will also return as Colossus. T.J. Miller also reprises his role as Weasel. They will be joined by newcomers Eddie Marsan, and Jack Kesy.

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John F. Trent

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