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Fictional Fight Night

Aden Watson
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I'm Aden, a nerd who loves talking about and watching fictional characters beat the hell out of each other. I analyze characters from all across fiction whether they be from anime, cartoons, comics, or video games and in order to find out who would win a fight.

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