One is a fast and furious roller coaster and the other a family water ride.
You wouldn't put a heavyweight boxer in with a flyweight.
Let's have "fights" between rides in the same category.
I love the Hulk and I love Grizzly too but for obviously different reasons.
What next ? Do you prefer grilled cheese or chalk ?
GRR just got a tough first round draw....it happens. Just being in the tournament is a victory of a sort. After all, only 64 attractions were invited to the dance!
And, Hulk, unless you are in the front seat, is a losing proposition as far as launch coasters go.....
At IOA, the headliners are The Incredible Hulk, The Adventures of Spiderman, Popeye & Bluto's Bilge Rat Barges, Dudley Do-Right's Ripsaw Falls, Jurassic Park River Adventure, Dueling Dragons, and Poseidon's Fury.
At Cali Adventure, It's Tough to Be a Bug, Soarin' Over California, Grizzly River Run, Aladdin, Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, MuppetVision 3D, and California Screamin' highlight the biggies.
That's 7-on-7, and if the two parks put those out as their A-game material, then any of them should be fit to take on any of the others. I think it's perfectly reasonable to pit Hulk against Grizzly, or Aladdin against Dudley, or Soarin' against Poseidon.
And if not, then they put out new A-game. Hence Harry Potter, Toy Story Mania, Radiator Springs, and the rest.
IOA- North Carolina on the same level as Duke very good rivalry.
Epcot-Kentucky been good for a long time with a few slips here and there
Cedar Point- Gonzaga came out of nowhere years ago and has been a fixture ever since
Busch Gardens Tampa- Georgetown been on the scene for a long time with a surge in the last few years
Disneyland- UCLA one of the best ever back in the day and always remembered for what it did