|“||I'm the Juggernaut, bitch!||„|
Cain Marko (also known as Juggernaut) is a heavy-hitting villain of Marvel Comics. He appeared in a episode of DBX where he will battle The Hulk.
Fanon Wiki Ideas So Far
- Akuma vs Juggernaut
- Asura vs Juggernaut
- Atrocitus vs Juggernaut
- Azrael vs Juggernaut
- Bane vs Juggernaut (Completed)
- Bowser vs Juggernaut
- Broly vs. Juggernaut
- Juggernaut vs Donkey Kong (Abandoned)
- Juggernaut vs Doctor Fate
- Juggernaut Vs Doomsday (Completed)
- Exodia VS Juggernaut
- The Flash vs. Juggernaut
- Godzilla vs Juggernaut (Completed)
- Hulk vs Juggernaut
- Knuckles vs Juggernaut
- Lobo vs Juggernaut
- Ragyo vs Juggernaut (Abandoned)
- The Juggernaut vs. Sol Badguy
- Juggernaut VS Superboy
- The Juggernaut vs Superman
- Juggernaut vs. Tighten (Completed)
- Juggernant vs Wonder Woman
- Zangief vs Juggernaut (Abandoned)
WARNING: The following tab will reveal the numbers of wins and losses for the following character. Read at your own risk.
- Wins: 3
- Losses: 1
- Draws: 0
- Beerus (Dragon Ball)
- Hermione Granger (Harry Potter)
- Saitama (One Punch Man)
- Zero (Mega Man)
Cain Marko’s mother died when he was very young, leaving him to live a life of psychological and physical torment at the hands of his abusive father, atomic researcher Doctor Kurt Marko. Following the death of his colleague Doctor Brian Xavier, Kurt married Xavier's widow Sharon and he and Cain took up residence in the Xavier's Westchester mansion with Sharon and her young son, Charles. Kurt seemingly preferred Charles to his own son, which consumed Cain with jealousy and he took to bullying his stepbrother. Cain's father continued to beat him, but Cain did not suffer the abuse alone. Inexperienced at the use of his emerging mutant telepathic powers, Charles shared the pain and inadvertently learned of Cain's jealousy towards him. This only ensured that Cain would forever hate Charles for his unwitting betrayal. After an argument with his father, Cain accidentally caused a fire to engulf his father's home laboratory. Kurt saved Charles first, and then went back for Cain, reinforcing Cain's belief that his father loved Charles more than he. Kurt died of smoke inhalation, but not before warning Charles to always beware of Cain. Soon after, both Cain and Charles were drafted into military service and served in same unit. When Cain deserted under fire during a mission in Asia, Charles pursued, hoping to convince his stepbrother to return of his own accord. Charles followed Cain into a cave that housed the lost temple of Cyttorak, a powerful mystical entity. Therein, Cain unearthed the Crimson Gem of Cyttorak and, upon touching it, was transformed by its mystical energies into a human juggernaut. A subsequent cave-in buried Cain, and Charles believed his stepbrother dead. Cain eventually dug himself free and made his way to America where he sought to use his newfound strength to exact revenge on Charles. However, he was defeated on every attempt by the X-Men, a team of mutant adventurers fighting to preserve Charles’ dream of peaceful coexistence between humans and mutants. Cain then formed a criminal partnership with the mutant mercenary Black Tom Cassidy, and the pair soon became two of the world’s most wanted criminals.
Death Battle Info
Due to the Ruby of Cyttorak amplifying his abilities, Juggernaut is capable of shattering mountains and Lifting and using buildings as weapons. He is also immune to psychic attacks, having originally been able to block it with his helmet.
Powers & Abilities
- Indestructibility and Immortality
- Has rarely been killed or even harmed by conventional means
- Instant Healing Factor
- Psychic Resistant Armor
- Superhuman Strength
- While it's debatable how strong Juggernaut actually is, Juggernaut is still considered to be one of the strongest characters in Marvel comics
- Forcefield projection
- Can create new pieces of armor to replace any missing armor
- Superhuman jumping
- Unstoppable when he charges
- Matches World War Hulk in strength .
- Destroys a police blockade by tearing up a chunk of street .
- Punches Colossus through a forest .
- Casually throws around tanks .
- Casually bends a steel girder, and tears down the side of a building .
- Handclap shockwave takes down all of Generation X at once .
- Backhands Thor several blocks away .
- Easily handles Ben Grimm .
- Creates an earthquake that destroys the cliff surrounding the valley he was in .
- Still fighting after being reduced to a skeleton .
- No-sells Thor’s most powerful attack, the Godblast .
- Unharmed after being struck by 1.37 kilotons of steel .
- Wolverine’s Adamantium claws can’t cut him .
- Tanks a huge gas tanker explosion .
- Punches through the fabric of space-time .
- Walks right through a thick barrier with 50 times the tensile strength of battleship steel .
- Takes a punch from Rogue that shatters every window on the street .
- Briefly knocks down The Stranger, a being on par with Galactus .
- It is possible for an opponent with sufficient physical or mystical strength of their own to turn Juggernaut's unstoppable movement against him, by redirecting his motion so that he gets stranded in a position in which he has no escape.
- He is vulnerable to sufficient mental abilities when his helmet is completely removed (weakness was recently removed thanks to a metal skullcap placed under his helmet and after Cyttorak repowered him to be more resistant.)
- Can still be temporarily knocked out or incapacitated.
- Juggernaut’s unstoppable momentum was once been stopped by Hulk, who was enhanced with Celestial Technology.
- Other godly, cosmic or magical characters can challenge or overpower Juggernaut's defenses.
- Mjolnir can drain Juggernaut's magical barrier.
- Was defeated by Spiderman on multiple ocassions.
- Has been defeated by Hulk multiple times.
- Has been defeated by the X-Men multiple times; frequently by telepathic attacks (like from Professor X or Jean Grey).
- Was easily defeated by Onslaught.