* The fight between Hulk and Sentry
** Hulk: Stupid... They can call you whatever they want... Savior... Destroyer... all that matters... is what you choose.
** "Do you hear that Bruce? It's time to play God."
** The Sentry promptly shatters the stone starship with his DynamicEntry, and all the Sakaar group have OhCrap looks on their faces as he hammers into the Hulk at full speed.
* Hulk going full Worldbreaker.
* However briefly, ComicBook/{{X-23}} was one of the few people who ''actually'' managed to inconvenience Hulk when she lets him grab her and bring her close enough to use her foot claws to [[EyeScream put out his eyes]]. To put ''that'' into perspective, the only reason ''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'' was able to do the same thing in their fight afterwards was because ''[[DeliberateInjuryGambit Hulk let him]]''.
* the entire battle between Hulk and the X-Men, on both sides. Even though Xavier offered to go peacefully, every single mutant present- even those who didn't agree with the Professor- refused to give him up without a fight. The Hulk then proceeds to fight and defeat nearly every X-Man team to prove his point. Even though he was at an unheard of level of power, the mutants made him work hard for victory.
** Wolverine's DynamicEntry
** Wolverine: " You're real impressive beat in' on kids, bub. But it's grown up time." (Rips open Hulk's back with his claws)
** After being smacked away, and seeing Hulk take down several mutants stronger than he is, Wolverine charges in to take him on one-on-one, since "it always comes down to you and me anyways." Even as the Hulk beats his head in blindly, Logan continues to shred his arms and anything else his claws can reach. Later, he can barely stand, yet pops his claws to try and go for round two.
* the Ghost Rider's brief fight with the Hulk. Johnny Blaze forced the Rider into the battle, and wasn't able to access his full power, resulting in the Hulk rather easily beating his attacks. After Blaze is knocked out, the Rider takes over and unleashes an enormous explosion of hellfire, enough to cause Hulk real pain (Dr. Strange earlier stating that for all intents and purposes, the Rider's power was godlike.) After staring down the Hulk, as if to show that he could fight him evenly now, the Rider leaves- the Ghost Rider only defends the innocent, and none of the Illuminati were worthy of his protection.