In a skirmish, Predator ’87 has a distinct physical advantage over Predator ’22 in one simple respect: It’s just bigger. The creature in “Predator” is played by Dane DiLiegro, a 6’9″ basketball player who has played monsters and demons in the past. The creature in “Predator” is played by Kevin Peter Hall, who comes 7th. ‘2’ plays the role. He’s also spent most of his career playing monsters, creatures, and aliens. Whether their size indicates their age remains to be seen.
If the two Predators find themselves equally exposed in a wide grassland, armed only with bullets in their shoulders and claws in their wrists, it’s clear that Predator ’87 will have the upper hand. No less powerful and agile, the 1987 monster will have a longer reach and larger hands. Both creatures appear to be equally stoic and aggressive, and both will fight with equal ferocity.
However, it’s important to note that both Predators share a common weakness: their tendency to underestimate their prey. Both Predator ’22 and Predator ’87 assumed that their human mines would not have the lethal ability or strength to fight back. The scheming of the soldier in “Predator” led to their demise, but when Dutch (Arnold Schwarzenegger) became resourceful, he was able to defeat his hunter. Naru (Amber Midthunder)’s tracking skills and understanding in “Predator” are often overlooked by the Predator, allowing her to unleash a few select hits with the tomahawk before it can defend itself.
With the two Predators underestimating each other, and both being equally matched, one can only envision a scenario in which both would injure each other at the same time. These creatures don’t give up, and one’s dying breath is spent killing the other.
In this scenario, both Predators lose.
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