History Main / DefeatingTheUndefeatable

14th Aug '17 10:22:50 AM MugenKagemaru
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

*** Aaaaaaand then G.U. brings it back as a BonusBoss, alongside giving it a OneWingedAngel form, the God Eater, and a third incarnation known as The One Death.
11th Aug '17 10:08:34 PM VulgarBee
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In One Punch Man, Boros had this reputation, having apparently never lost a fight, until he came up against someone [[InvincibleHero even more unbeatable than him]].

to:

* In One Punch Man, ''Manga/OnePunchMan'', Boros had this reputation, having apparently never lost a fight, until he came up against someone [[InvincibleHero even more unbeatable than him]].
21st Jul '17 3:52:32 AM Chrono_Ryono
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* In [[https://www.mediaminer.org/fanfic/s/legend-of-zelda-fan-fiction/the-legend-of-link-lucky-number-13/19769 The Legend of Link: Lucky Number 13]] the [[LegionsOfHell Originals]] and [[WarGod Hadrian]] are considered by [[TopGod Fate and Destiny themselves]] to be impossible to kill. [[spoiler:Link, after becoming the God of Fear, kills them all.]]
19th Jul '17 5:17:43 AM WillBGood
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Shown example includes when Luffy defeated Eneru, due to being a RubberMan which Eneru's lightning powers couldn't directly harm. Up until then, the Skypeians, some of the Shandians, and possibly even Nami believed, from seeing what he could do, he was as he said literally [[AGodAmI an invincible god.]]

to:

** Shown example includes when Luffy defeated Eneru, due to being a RubberMan which Eneru's lightning powers couldn't directly harm. Up until then, the Skypeians, some of the Shandians, and possibly even Nami believed, from seeing what he could do, he was as he said literally said--literally [[AGodAmI an invincible god.]]



** Beating one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea or Four Emperors in general is this trope. The Warlords rely on their reputation just to help cull the pirate population, while the Emperors have been stated to be the four most powerful pirates in the world. Defeating any one of them could throw the balance of the Three Great Powers off the kilter.

to:

** Beating one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea or Four Emperors in general is this trope. The Warlords rely on their reputation just to help cull the pirate population, while the Emperors have been stated to be the four most powerful pirates in the world. Defeating any one of them could throw the balance of the Three Great Powers off the kilter.off-kilter.
8th Jul '17 9:39:41 PM Orbiting
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''{{Exalted}}'' is all about doing this to the extremely powerful people you don't like. You can even do this to The Unconquered Sun. Unconquered does not mean Unconquerable.

to:

* ''{{Exalted}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' is all about doing this to the extremely powerful people you don't like. You can even do this to The Unconquered Sun. Unconquered does not mean Unconquerable.
8th Jul '17 11:51:08 AM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Happens again with UsefulNotes/LebronJames, who was the star of the 2013 Miami Heat team, when he went back to the Cleveland Cavaliers and reached the finals in the 2015-16 season. This time he took on the Golden State Warriors in the finals after losing to them the previous year during the 2014-15 season. The Warriors seem like the new superstar team in the West Coast, after the Spurs and the Lakers, to win multiple back to back titles and become a dynasty. The team's roster was stacked with great starter and bench players, with a superstar point guard in Creator/StephenCurry, who's ball handling and shooting skills seemed inhuman. Everything seemed to good as planned with the Warriors taking a dominating 3-0 lead. Everyone was predicting a NBA finals sweep, until Lebron James and his point guard Kyrie Ervin played some of the greatest basketball in NBA history, especially Ervin who while good, wasn't seen at the time as an elite player. They would be the first team in NBA history to win 4 straight games after trailing 0-3 during a championship finals, finally winning the title Lebron James promised the city of Cleveland since he turned pro as a teenager.

to:

* Happens again with UsefulNotes/LebronJames, who was the star of the 2013 Miami Heat team, when he went back to the Cleveland Cavaliers and reached the finals in the 2015-16 season. This time he took on the Golden State Warriors in the finals after losing to them the previous year during the 2014-15 season. The Warriors seem like the new superstar team in the West Coast, after the Spurs and the Lakers, to win multiple back to back titles and become a dynasty. The team's roster was stacked with great starter and bench players, with a superstar point guard in Creator/StephenCurry, UsefulNotes/StephenCurry, who's ball handling and shooting skills seemed inhuman. Everything seemed to good as planned with the Warriors taking a dominating 3-0 lead. Everyone was predicting a NBA finals sweep, until Lebron James and his point guard Kyrie Ervin played some of the greatest basketball in NBA history, especially Ervin who while good, wasn't seen at the time as an elite player. They would be the first team in NBA history to win 4 straight games after trailing 0-3 during a championship finals, finally winning the title Lebron James promised the city of Cleveland since he turned pro as a teenager.
30th Jun '17 3:40:16 AM jesseblue89
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Unfortunately for McGregor, it happened to him as well: at UFC 196, he moved up to welterweight for a sort-notice, non-title fight against Nate Diaz. McGregor did well enough in the first round but suddenly tired in the second, allowing major underdog Diaz to force him to tap out to a rear naked choke, handing McGregor his first loss in some time and first in the UFC. Earlier, the aforementioned Holly Holm suffered her first pro loss at the hands of another massive underdog: two-time Rousey victim Miesha Tate, who choked Holm out to win the Women's Bantamweight title.

to:

** Unfortunately for McGregor, it happened to him as well: at UFC 196, he moved up to welterweight for a sort-notice, short-notice, non-title fight against Nate Diaz. McGregor did well enough in the first round but suddenly tired in the second, allowing major underdog Diaz to force him to tap out to a rear naked choke, handing McGregor his first loss in some time and first in the UFC. Earlier, the aforementioned Holly Holm suffered her first pro loss at the hands of another massive underdog: two-time Rousey victim Miesha Tate, who choked Holm out to win the Women's Bantamweight title.
30th Jun '17 3:37:45 AM jesseblue89
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Frankie "The Answer" Edgar recently took the UFC lightweight belt from the previously considered "unbeatable" B.J. Penn at UFC 112. Penn hadn't lost in the lightweight division in ''eight years'', but Edgar managed to upset the champ with a set gameplan; mixing up his offense, and pushing the pace with his speed.

to:

** Frankie "The Answer" Edgar recently took the UFC lightweight belt from the previously considered "unbeatable" B.J. Penn at UFC 112. Penn hadn't lost in the lightweight division in ''eight years'', but Edgar managed to upset the champ with a set gameplan; mixing up his offense, and pushing the pace with his speed.
30th Jun '17 3:34:22 AM jesseblue89
Is there an issue? Send a Message


*** Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} was also given one of the biggest streaks in Wrestling/{{WCW}} history, starting from his introductory match as a {{Jobber}} against Wrestling/HughMorrus, going all the way to defeating [[Wrestling/HulkHogan Hollywood Hogan]] for the title. His ''173 match'' winning streak [[note]] According to [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] it was a 155 win streak. [[/note]] was finally ended by Wrestling/KevinNash, with the aid of [[ExecutiveMeddling his newly obtained booking superpowers]] and a taser by Wrestling/ScottHall.

to:

*** Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} was also given one of the biggest streaks in Wrestling/{{WCW}} history, starting from his introductory match as a {{Jobber}} against Wrestling/HughMorrus, going all the way to defeating [[Wrestling/HulkHogan Hollywood Hogan]] for the title. His ''173 match'' winning streak [[note]] According to [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] it was a 155 win streak.streak that was exaggerated to 173. [[/note]] was finally ended by Wrestling/KevinNash, with the aid of [[ExecutiveMeddling his newly obtained booking superpowers]] and a taser by Wrestling/ScottHall.
30th Jun '17 3:18:39 AM jesseblue89
Is there an issue? Send a Message


*** Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} was also given one of the biggest streaks in Wrestling/{{WCW}} history, starting from his introductory match as a {{Jobber}} against Wrestling/HughMorrus, going all the way to defeating [[Wrestling/HulkHogan Hollywood Hogan]] for the title. His ''173 match'' winning streak was finally ended by Wrestling/KevinNash, with the aid of [[ExecutiveMeddling his newly obtained booking superpowers]] and a taser by Wrestling/ScottHall.

to:

*** Wrestling/{{Goldberg}} was also given one of the biggest streaks in Wrestling/{{WCW}} history, starting from his introductory match as a {{Jobber}} against Wrestling/HughMorrus, going all the way to defeating [[Wrestling/HulkHogan Hollywood Hogan]] for the title. His ''173 match'' winning streak [[note]] According to [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] it was a 155 win streak. [[/note]] was finally ended by Wrestling/KevinNash, with the aid of [[ExecutiveMeddling his newly obtained booking superpowers]] and a taser by Wrestling/ScottHall.
This list shows the last 10 events of 348. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Main.DefeatingTheUndefeatable