The genesis of the UFFC (Ultimate Fictional Fighting Championship) can be found in the first kid who turned to his buddy and said “I’ll bet my dad would kick your dad’s ass.”
The desire to figure out who is the strongest is embedded in our primitive monkey DNA; we need to know who to follow.
And if you find yourself in a tree peeing on the heads of your fellow shaven monkeys, then you are him.
This speculation extends outside the prowess of our own pater familias into other realms of the fictional world.
What if Michael Jordan fought Kobe Bryant? What if Bruce Lee fought the Knicks? Who would win in a fight between Chuck Norris and a lion (easy one there—lions only exist because Chuck has allowed them to).
In the fictional fighting world we can wage these epic battles. The UFFC kicks off with two iconic warriors from the 1980s. Without further ado, I give you UFFC 1: Daniel LaRusso vs. A.C. Slater.