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*** Given what we know about what Lily was like in high school, that bitch might've got off easy.


** Lest we not forget Species 8472 owning the Borg in.
** While they were only holograms, there was the satisfying battle of Klingons beating down Nazis in a ''Voyager'' episode.

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** Lest we not forget forget, Species 8472 owning the Borg in.
** While they were Though it's only holograms, there was a holographic simulation, "The Killing Game" has a rather epic scene in which the satisfying battle Doctor and Neelix convince a group of Klingons beating down Nazis holo-Klingons to [[ItMakesSenseinContext cross into another simulation and attack the holo-Nazis who have captured other members of the crew]]. The tide very quickly turns in a ''Voyager'' episode.the Klingons' (and the crew's) favor.


** ''Series/KamenRiderExAid'' LOVES these. The first episode has Emu, in his first transformation into Ex-Aid, deliver an utter beatdown to Bugster Salty, with the monster's only hits being the ones that Emu LETS him get in. This is followed, in Episode 12, by Genm [[spoiler: gaining his new Level X upgrade, Dangerous Zombie, and killing Lazer in a no-holds barred beatdown]]. Then, in Episode 23, Emu returns the favor [[spoiler: with his Level 99 form, Maximum Mighty X, leaving Genm unable to transform and entirely at Parado's mercy]]. Speaking of Parado, in Episode 29, he gains his [[spoiler: [[SuperForm]], Perfect Knock-Out, and dispenses and utter beatdown to Snipe and Brave]]. Finally, ALL of Cronus's appearences until Episode 36 count, as he delivered curb-stomp battle after curb-stomp battle to the heroes with his unbelievably broken [[TimeStandsStill Pause ability]], [[spoiler: until Ex-Aid gets [[SuperForm Hyper Muteki]] and gives him a taste of his own medicine]].

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** ''Series/KamenRiderExAid'' LOVES these. The first episode has Emu, in his first transformation into Ex-Aid, deliver an utter beatdown to Bugster Salty, with the monster's only hits being the ones that Emu LETS him get in. This is followed, in Episode 12, by Genm [[spoiler: gaining his new Level X upgrade, Dangerous Zombie, and killing Lazer in a no-holds barred beatdown]]. Then, in Episode 23, Emu returns the favor [[spoiler: with his Level 99 form, Maximum Mighty X, leaving Genm unable to transform and entirely at Parado's mercy]]. Speaking of Parado, in Episode 29, he gains his new [[spoiler: [[SuperForm]], [[SuperForm Perfect Knock-Out, Knock-Out form]], and dispenses and an utter beatdown to Snipe and Brave]].Brave, barely breaking a sweat as he demolishes both in their Level 50 forms]]. Finally, ALL of Cronus's appearences until Episode 36 count, as he delivered curb-stomp battle after curb-stomp battle to the heroes with his unbelievably broken [[TimeStandsStill Pause ability]], [[spoiler: until Ex-Aid gets [[SuperForm Hyper Muteki]] and gives him a taste of his own medicine]].

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** ''Series/KamenRiderExAid'' LOVES these. The first episode has Emu, in his first transformation into Ex-Aid, deliver an utter beatdown to Bugster Salty, with the monster's only hits being the ones that Emu LETS him get in. This is followed, in Episode 12, by Genm [[spoiler: gaining his new Level X upgrade, Dangerous Zombie, and killing Lazer in a no-holds barred beatdown]]. Then, in Episode 23, Emu returns the favor [[spoiler: with his Level 99 form, Maximum Mighty X, leaving Genm unable to transform and entirely at Parado's mercy]]. Speaking of Parado, in Episode 29, he gains his [[spoiler: [[SuperForm]], Perfect Knock-Out, and dispenses and utter beatdown to Snipe and Brave]]. Finally, ALL of Cronus's appearences until Episode 36 count, as he delivered curb-stomp battle after curb-stomp battle to the heroes with his unbelievably broken [[TimeStandsStill Pause ability]], [[spoiler: until Ex-Aid gets [[SuperForm Hyper Muteki]] and gives him a taste of his own medicine]].

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** ''Series/KamenRiderZiO'': During the penultimate episode, [[spoiler: Sougo Tokiwa unlocks the power of the Demon King, [[EleventhHourSuperpower Ohma Zi-O]]. What follows is him one-shotting [[Series/KamenRiderKuuga N-Daguva-Zeba]], [[Series/KamenRiderDouble the Utopia Dopant]], [[Series/KamenRiderFourze the Sagittarius Zodiarts]], [[Series/KamenRiderExAid Gamedeus]], [[Series/KamenRiderBuild Evolto]], [[Main/MyFriendsAndZoidberg and a bunch of random monsters from past series]], all before using his finisher on Another Decade to completely finish the battle.]]

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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone1959'': In "[[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS3E88TheLastRitesOfJeffMyrtlebank The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank]]", when Orgram Gatewood warns him to stay away from his sister Comfort, the title character manages to beat him up with little effort. Before Jeff's death and resurrection, Orgram had been whupping him ever since they were children.


'''Cyberman:''' [[AC:What is the Doctor's message?]] ''[the entire 12[[superscript:th]] Cyber-Legion fleet explodes outside the window]''\\

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'''Cyberman:''' [[AC:What is the Doctor's message?]] ''[the entire 12[[superscript:th]] 12[-[[superscript:th]]-] Cyber-Legion fleet explodes outside the window]''\\


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* ''Series/{{CSI NY}}'' "Exit Strategy. Mac gets stomped by the suspect in the teaser for the ep, despite being a trained Marine, and ends up at gunpoint. He only turns the table when the guy's gun jams.

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* ''Series/{{CSI NY}}'' NY}}'': In "Exit Strategy. Strategy", Mac gets stomped by the suspect in the teaser for the ep, despite being a trained Marine, and ends up at gunpoint. He only turns the table when the guy's gun jams.



** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E13ThePartingOfTheWays "The Parting of the Ways"]]: It took a full-strength Dalek armada all of 15 minutes to conquer the entirety of Earth. They are then on the receiving end of a curb-stomping from the PhysicalGod known as the Bad Wolf, who vapourizes them all in seconds.

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** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E13ThePartingOfTheWays "The Parting of the Ways"]]: It took takes a full-strength Dalek armada all of 15 minutes to conquer the entirety of the Earth. They are then on the receiving end of a curb-stomping from the PhysicalGod known as the Bad Wolf, who vapourizes them all in seconds.



*** Besides, it was five million Cybermen versus four Daleks you can't blame the Cybermen for miscalculating the odds. It pretty much sounded like usual Dalek arrogance it just happened to be true. Against Time War era Daleks the Cybermen didn't have a single weapon that could get through their force fields.

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*** Besides, it was five million Cybermen versus four Daleks you can't blame the Cybermen for miscalculating the odds. It pretty much sounded like usual Dalek arrogance it just happened to be true. Against Time War era War-era Daleks the Cybermen didn't have a single weapon that could get through their force fields.



** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E5ThePoisonSky "The Poison Sky"]], once UNIT overcomes the Sontaran cordolaine signal, the Sontaran "SuperSoldiers" are slaughtered by [[HumansAreWarriors human soldiers with]] [[MoreDakka assault rifles]].
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E2DayOfTheMoon "Day of the Moon"]], River Song versus the Silence. She faces an entire ''roomful'' of them. [[spoiler:And wins.]]

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** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E5ThePoisonSky "The Poison Sky"]], once Sky"]]: Once UNIT overcomes the Sontaran cordolaine signal, the Sontaran "SuperSoldiers" are slaughtered by [[HumansAreWarriors human soldiers with]] [[MoreDakka assault rifles]].
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E2DayOfTheMoon "Day of the Moon"]], Moon"]]: River Song versus the Silence. She faces an entire ''roomful'' of them. [[spoiler:And wins.]]


** During the climax of the Battle of the Bastards, Ramsay Bolton challenges Jon Snow to a one-on-one fight (despite the fact at that point Jon and his army has clearly beaten Ramsay's army) Jon accepts the challenge and then proceeds to easily beat Ramsay to a bloody pulp.

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** During the climax of the Battle of the Bastards, Ramsay Bolton challenges Jon Snow to a one-on-one fight (despite the fact at that point Jon and his army has have clearly beaten Ramsay's army) Jon accepts the challenge and then proceeds to easily beat Ramsay to a bloody pulp.pulp.
** In the flasback to the Tower of Joy battle, despite being out number by Ned Starks men, Arthur Dayne defeats Ned's men and almost defeats Ned[[spoiler:till Howland Reed appears from behind and stabs Dayne in the throat.]]


* ''Series/{{Castle}}'': After finding where the sniper that shot Beckett would be, Beckett and Esposito try and capture him, on their own, without backup, despite warnings that he may be too much to handle and that there will be consequences even if they make it out alive. The sniper takes down Esposito in short order, then leaves Beckett hanging from the side of a building in a near-effortless beatdown.

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* ''Series/{{Castle}}'': After finding where the sniper that shot Beckett would be, Beckett and Esposito try and capture him, on their own, without backup, despite warnings that he may be too much to handle and that there will be consequences even if they make it out alive. The sniper takes down Esposito in Esposito--a former Green Beret--in short order, then leaves Beckett hanging from the side of a building in a near-effortless beatdown.


** The Battle of King's Landing between the forces of Daenerys and Cersei. Despite all the implications that Cersei would be a worthy final adversary, having bolstered her army by 20,000 by hiring the Golden Company, and arming the city with dozens of anti-dragon scorpions, Daenerys is able to decimate her forces in minutes using Drogon.

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** The Battle of King's Landing between the forces of Daenerys and Cersei. Despite [[spoiler:Despite all the implications indications that Cersei would be a worthy final adversary, having bolstered her army by 20,000 by hiring the Golden Company, and arming the city with dozens of anti-dragon scorpions, Daenerys is able to decimate her forces in minutes using Drogon.]]


** Stannis's last fight, his attack on Winterfell, ends up as a CurbStompBattle for the defenders, that is, the Boltons. Deserted by his sellswords who stole the remaining horses, Stannis and the rest of his army are caught out on flat ground by a larger mounted force and quickly surrounded. His troops don't even reach the castle; they realize they don't stand a chance after seeing the Bolton cavalry charge straight at them. Given Stannis' nature and the futility of surrendering to the Boltons, he simply draws his sword and walks forward.
** During the climax of The Battle of The Bastards, Ramsay Bolton challenges Jon Snow to a one on one fight (despite the fact at that point Jon and his army has clearly beaten Ramsay's army) Jon accepts the challenge and then proceeds to easily beat Ramsay to a bloody pulp.

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** Stannis's last fight, battle, his attack on Winterfell, ends up as a CurbStompBattle for the defenders, that is, the Boltons. Deserted by his sellswords who stole the remaining horses, Stannis and the rest of his army are caught out on flat ground by a larger mounted force and quickly surrounded. His troops don't even reach the castle; they realize they don't stand a chance after seeing the Bolton cavalry charge straight at them. Given Stannis' nature and the futility of surrendering to the Boltons, he simply draws his sword and walks forward.
** Euron kills his older brother with a NonchalantDodge and effortless ease. He also kills Nymeria in a few seconds after killing Obara. In a strategy sense, his destruction of the joint Martell-Greyjoy fleet is rather swift and merciless.
** During the climax of The the Battle of The the Bastards, Ramsay Bolton challenges Jon Snow to a one on one one-on-one fight (despite the fact at that point Jon and his army has clearly beaten Ramsay's army) Jon accepts the challenge and then proceeds to easily beat Ramsay to a bloody pulp.



** As of Season 7, Episode 4, [[spoiler:Dany's army accompanied by Drogon, completely wrecking the Lannister army. The Dothraki alone made the Lannister men nervous, but by the time Drogon entered the picture, they had already lost.]] Despite having won every major battle beforehand, this single defeat is enough to convince [[spoiler:Jaime and Bronn]] that any thought of winning a war against [[spoiler:Dany]] is pure fantasy.
--->'''[[spoiler:Jaime]]:''' That was only one of them. She has two more. If she decides to use them, to really use them...\\
'''[[spoiler:Bronn]]:''' You're fucked.



** Euron kills his older brother with a NonchalantDodge and effortless ease. He also kills Nymeria in a few seconds after killing Obara. In a strategy sense, his destruction of the joint Martell-Greyjoy fleet is rather swift and merciless.

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** Euron kills his older brother In season seven, [[spoiler:Dany's Dothraki accompanied by Drogon, completely wrecking the Lannister army. The Dothraki alone made the Lannister men nervous, but by the time Drogon entered the picture, they had already lost.]] Despite having won every major battle beforehand, this single defeat is enough to convince [[spoiler:Jaime and Bronn]] that any thought of winning a war against [[spoiler:Dany]] is pure fantasy.
--->'''[[spoiler:Jaime]]:''' That was only one of them. She has two more. If she decides to use them, to really use them...\\
'''[[spoiler:Bronn]]:''' You're fucked.
** The Battle of King's Landing between the forces of Daenerys and Cersei. Despite all the implications that Cersei would be a worthy final adversary, having bolstered her army by 20,000 by hiring the Golden Company, and arming the city
with a NonchalantDodge and effortless ease. He also kills Nymeria dozens of anti-dragon scorpions, Daenerys is able to decimate her forces in a few seconds after killing Obara. In a strategy sense, his destruction of the joint Martell-Greyjoy fleet is rather swift and merciless.minutes using Drogon.

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** Euron kills his older brother with a NonchalantDodge and effortless ease. He also kills Nymeria in a few seconds after killing Obara. In a strategy sense, his destruction of the joint Martell-Greyjoy fleet is rather swift and merciless.


** The entire battle at the end of "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS2E21BecomingPart1}} Becoming, Part 1]]", when Drusilla and four hench-vamps attack the library when they know Buffy isn't there. They break Xander's arm, injure Willow badly enough to leave her in a coma, kidnap Giles and kill Kendra, a Slayer. Particularly curbstomp-y on the last one - Drusilla calls off her minions and faces Kendra herself, and takes about 20 seconds to grab her, mesmerise her and cut her throat.
** In "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS3E9TheWish}} The Wish]]", Buffy's fight against Xander (despite being the Master's right hand man, he doesn't even land a punch on Buffy before getting staked) and, in the other direction, against the Master (he backhands her once, hard enough to stun her, then immediately snaps her neck).
** Reintroduced in grand fashion during "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS5E22TheGift}} The Gift]]". TheDragon had just finished beating down Spike, throwing him from the top of the tower to prevent him from rescuing Dawn from the impending ritual sacrifice. Minutes later, along comes Buffy. The stage is set for a momentous battle, but before the villain could finish saying, "This should be interesting", Buffy walks right past him and shoves him off the tower without seeming to pay him the slightest bit of attention.

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** The entire battle at the end of "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS2E21BecomingPart1}} "[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS2E21BecomingPart1 Becoming, Part 1]]", when Drusilla and four hench-vamps attack the library when they know Buffy isn't there. They break Xander's arm, injure Willow badly enough to leave her in a coma, kidnap Giles and kill Kendra, a Slayer. Particularly curbstomp-y on the last one - Drusilla calls off her minions and faces Kendra herself, and takes about 20 seconds to grab her, mesmerise her and cut her throat.
** In "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS3E9TheWish}} "[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS3E9TheWish The Wish]]", Buffy's fight against Xander (despite being the Master's right hand man, he doesn't even land a punch on Buffy before getting staked) and, in the other direction, against the Master (he backhands her once, hard enough to stun her, then immediately snaps her neck).
** Reintroduced in grand fashion during "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS5E22TheGift}} "[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS5E22TheGift The Gift]]". TheDragon had just finished beating down Spike, throwing him from the top of the tower to prevent him from rescuing Dawn from the impending ritual sacrifice. Minutes later, along comes Buffy. The stage is set for a momentous battle, but before the villain could finish saying, "This should be interesting", Buffy walks right past him and shoves him off the tower without seeming to pay him the slightest bit of attention.



** There's that time in "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS5E6Family}} Family]]", where Buffy finishes a close fight by ''literally'' curb-stomping a demon.

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** There's that time in "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS5E6Family}} "[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS5E6Family Family]]", where Buffy finishes a close fight by ''literally'' curb-stomping a demon.



** In the Buffy episode "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS4E1TheFreshman}} The Freshman]]", the vampire Sunday kicked Buffy's ass with ease in their first fight, which ended with Buffy forced to run away after her arm was injured. In their second fight, Buffy fared a little better, but was still losing until Sunday pressed her BerserkButton.

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** In the Buffy episode "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS4E1TheFreshman}} "[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS4E1TheFreshman The Freshman]]", the vampire Sunday kicked Buffy's ass with ease in their first fight, which ended with Buffy forced to run away after her arm was injured. In their second fight, Buffy fared a little better, but was still losing until Sunday pressed her BerserkButton.



** [[Recap/DoctorWho2019NYSResolution "Resolution"]] presents a showdown involving several dozen British soldiers and a tank versus [[spoiler:a Dalek recon scout]] in makeshift "junkyard chic" armour. The British military is so hopelessly outclassed that all the soldiers can do is run for their lives as they are gunned down.

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** [[Recap/DoctorWho2019NYSResolution "Resolution"]] presents a showdown involving several dozen British soldiers and a tank versus [[spoiler:a Dalek recon scout]] in [[ImprovisedArmour makeshift "junkyard chic" armour.armour]]. The British military is so hopelessly outclassed that all the soldiers can do is run for their lives as they are gunned down.



--> '''[[spoiler:Jaime]]:''' That was only one of them. She has two more. If she decides to use them, to really use them...\\

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--> '''[[spoiler:Jaime]]:''' --->'''[[spoiler:Jaime]]:''' That was only one of them. She has two more. If she decides to use them, to really use them...\\



* ''Series/{{Glee}}'': Lauren and Santana's chick fight.
* In ''Series/GenseishinJustiriser'', Riser Shirogane will curb stomp anything.

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* %%* ''Series/{{Glee}}'': Lauren and Santana's chick fight.
* %%* In ''Series/GenseishinJustiriser'', Riser Shirogane will curb stomp anything.



-->'''Future Ted:''' Kids, I can't tell you whether fighting is good or bad; and I can't tell you not to do it. I can only give you one piece of advice about fighting: don't get into a fight with your Uncle Marshall. 'Cause that guy's friggin' crazy.

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-->'''Future --->'''Future Ted:''' Kids, I can't tell you whether fighting is good or bad; and I can't tell you not to do it. I can only give you one piece of advice about fighting: don't get into a fight with your Uncle Marshall. 'Cause that guy's friggin' crazy.



* ''Series/{{Merlin 1998}}'': Merlin (wielding {{Excalibur}}) takes on Vortigern, the usurper king of Britain, on a frozen river. [[spoiler: Merlin allows Vortigern to attempt one blow, which severs his own blade on Excalibur, and then kills Vortigern by making the ice beneath his feet break open with magic, sending him into the icy water.]]
* Series/{{Merlin 2008}}: Against anything short of BigBad material (unless he has to hide his magic, and even then if he's wielding Excalibur). For a hero, he has an utterly enormous body count and a major PapaWolf complex. If it wasn't for that darn BanOnMagic, the series would be over in ten seconds. Oh, and that one time he found a way around that by disguising himself, [[spoiler:he gave one of these to the]] ''[[spoiler: entire Saxon army]]''. '''[[spoiler:[[ShockAndAwe With lightning]]]]'''.

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* ''Series/{{Merlin 1998}}'': ''Series/Merlin1998'': Merlin (wielding {{Excalibur}}) takes on Vortigern, the usurper king of Britain, on a frozen river. [[spoiler: Merlin allows Vortigern to attempt one blow, which severs his own blade on Excalibur, and then kills Vortigern by making the ice beneath his feet break open with magic, sending him into the icy water.]]
* Series/{{Merlin 2008}}: ''Series/Merlin2008'': Against anything short of BigBad material (unless he has to hide his magic, and even then if he's wielding Excalibur). For a hero, he has an utterly enormous body count and a major PapaWolf complex. If it wasn't for that darn BanOnMagic, the series would be over in ten seconds. Oh, and that one time he found a way around that by disguising himself, [[spoiler:he gave one of these to the]] ''[[spoiler: entire the ''entire Saxon army]]''. '''[[spoiler:[[ShockAndAwe army''. '''[[ShockAndAwe With lightning]]]]'''.lightning]].''']]


** The entire battle at the end of "Becoming, Part 1", when Drusilla and four hench-vamps attack the library when they know Buffy isn't there. They break Xander's arm, injure Willow badly enough to leave her in a coma, kidnap Giles and kill Kendra, a Slayer. Particularly curbstomp-y on the last one - Drusilla calls off her minions and faces Kendra herself, and takes about 20 seconds to grab her, mesmerise her and cut her throat.
** In the Wishverse of season 3, Buffy's fight against Xander (despite being the Master's right hand man, he doesn't even land a punch on Buffy before getting staked) and, in the other direction, against the Master (he backhands her once, hard enough to stun her, then immediately snaps her neck).
** Reintroduced in grand fashion during the fifth season finale. TheDragon had just finished beating down Spike, throwing him from the top of the tower to prevent him from rescuing Dawn from the impending ritual sacrifice. Minutes later, along comes Buffy. The stage is set for a momentous battle, but before the villain could finish saying, "This should be interesting", Buffy walks right past him and shoves him off the tower without seeming to pay him the slightest bit of attention.

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** The entire battle at the end of "Becoming, "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS2E21BecomingPart1}} Becoming, Part 1", 1]]", when Drusilla and four hench-vamps attack the library when they know Buffy isn't there. They break Xander's arm, injure Willow badly enough to leave her in a coma, kidnap Giles and kill Kendra, a Slayer. Particularly curbstomp-y on the last one - Drusilla calls off her minions and faces Kendra herself, and takes about 20 seconds to grab her, mesmerise her and cut her throat.
** In the Wishverse of season 3, "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS3E9TheWish}} The Wish]]", Buffy's fight against Xander (despite being the Master's right hand man, he doesn't even land a punch on Buffy before getting staked) and, in the other direction, against the Master (he backhands her once, hard enough to stun her, then immediately snaps her neck).
** Reintroduced in grand fashion during the fifth season finale."[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS5E22TheGift}} The Gift]]". TheDragon had just finished beating down Spike, throwing him from the top of the tower to prevent him from rescuing Dawn from the impending ritual sacrifice. Minutes later, along comes Buffy. The stage is set for a momentous battle, but before the villain could finish saying, "This should be interesting", Buffy walks right past him and shoves him off the tower without seeming to pay him the slightest bit of attention.



** Buffy vs The Judge: The Judge is a legendary demon who was defeated the last time by an entire army - most of whom died in the process. If anybody should be on the receiving end of a CurbStompBattle, it's Buffy. Right? Buffy pulls a rocket launcher (stolen from the conveniently easy to break into local Army base), and the "fight" ends before it can even start.

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** Buffy vs The Judge: "[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS2E14Innocence Innocence]]": The Judge is a legendary demon who was defeated the last time by an entire army - most of whom died in the process. If anybody should be on the receiving end of a CurbStompBattle, it's Buffy. Right? Buffy pulls a rocket launcher (stolen from the conveniently easy to break into local Army base), and the "fight" ends before it can even start.



** There's that time in "Family", where Buffy finishes a close fight by ''literally'' curb-stomping a demon.

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** There's that time in "Family", "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS5E6Family}} Family]]", where Buffy finishes a close fight by ''literally'' curb-stomping a demon.



** In the Buffy episode "The Freshman", the vampire Sunday kicked Buffy's ass with ease in their first fight, which ended with Buffy forced to run away after her arm was injured. In their second fight, Buffy fared a little better, but was still losing until Sunday pressed her BerserkButton.

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** In the Buffy episode "The Freshman", "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS4E1TheFreshman}} The Freshman]]", the vampire Sunday kicked Buffy's ass with ease in their first fight, which ended with Buffy forced to run away after her arm was injured. In their second fight, Buffy fared a little better, but was still losing until Sunday pressed her BerserkButton.

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