Of all the burning questions biting at the public’s subconscious, one query stands alone: who would win in a fight, T-Rex or Godzilla? Let’s explore this question and see exactly why T-Rex is the clear victor here.
The Obvious Question – Does Size Matter?
The Tyrannosaurus Rex was a huge animal, scaling in at 40 feet long and 20 feet tall. A polar bear (the world’s largest living land carnivore) is a mere 10 feet long and 5 feet tall. So, a T-Rex measures 16.0 PBs on the ‘compared to a polar bear’ scale I just made up.
Godzilla, on the other hand, is a mythical creature who could level entire cities. His height has been stated to be anywhere between 164 to 355 feet tall, with a length of 328 to 623 feet. So, at his smallest, Godzilla is approximately 1,024.0 polar bears big.
So, on size, Godzilla obviously would whip T-Rex in a fight of pure magnitude. How can 16 polar bears fight off 1,024 polar bears? What is this, Sparta?
The Problem With Size Comparison
So there’s a big problem with this hypothetical scenario…
How boring is it to say Godzilla would accidentally step on T-Rex and become the new ‘Tyrant Lizard King’?
Very boring. Like watching Pacquiao fight a toddler. So what do we do?