Stephen Day wrote:
I disagree with you about that fight scene. There's one panel in which he's throwing a kick and for the rest of the fight he's using either a shotgun or improvised weapons to give himself an advantage. Its not like he's pounding them with his fists.
That's kind of my point though. It isn't just throwing kicks. He was a weakling, would he be able to not only swing the fire extinguisher with enough force or enough accuracy to hurt one of these roided out guys?
I'm unsure. I don't know. But the excuse in the book is his training and his training would be a factor but muscle memory for muscles that aren't there is highly unlikely. I have no doubt he would attempt to attack them and that his training would make him more effective than a normal human in that position, I just don't know how effective he would be against these guys.
Does that make sense?
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