Ok, I'm going to make this brief as possible.
I've noticed this has been debated a lot and I see that Hulk is low-balled when this fight (Movies) comes up. I'm here to prove that is to strong and tough for Supes to handle.
Go to: 4:23
- You can see a good comparison of the Leviathon to the rest of the Avengers
So the Leviathon is approximately the size of a very large aircraft which can weigh from 400-800 tons.
Superman in comparison struggled to hold up a oil rig weighing about the same.
- The Hulk fell from a great height around 20,000 ft.,
I'm here to tell you that distance from the ground doesn't matter at all as long as the object has fallen at least 15 seconds to reach Terminal Velocity.
We can tell Hulk made it past 15 seconds, because Thor in the bunker was clocked to make it to the ground in over 45 seconds. Leaving enough time to do it.
Now there is an equation to find out Hulk's force down on impact based on the link, but I'm a little lazy right now to do it, so I will judge from the Terminal Velocity of a regular human.
(54m / s^2)
Force = mass x Velocity
- Hulk weighs around 800 lbs. and that translates to 362 kg.
So by that equation you get:
convert that to lbs:
Convert that to tons:
I know that might seem low, but Hulk isn't too far away from the physical size from a human. To be fair it should be around (120-125 tons) but that's good enough.
Man of Steel Superman wasn't that strong or tough on film, Superman's best chances are BFR or Heat Vision. But in a H2H fight, Hulk should win.