If this is EOS at their strongest forms then Kakashi can solo both rounds.
Gai is non factor in fight since intangibility is on and kakashi is going to get his head punched in.
Gai basically pulls a luffy punches into aokji and gets frozen and taken out right there since he has no durability.
How is he a non-factor when the moment he makes contact with Aokiji, it's Aokiji who's getting damaged. Gai moves at sufficient speed that he can distort space and with enough heat/build-up kicking power that ice is going to get vaporized the moment he kicks it. Aokiji is taking in kinetic power that ice dispersion isn't coming back from. Gai can rest in peace after that.
Kakashi can kamui akainu easily from a distance.
show his physical feats that make him even to be able to damage any of the admirals Hes lucky if hes even mountain level.
C'mon, now you just lowballing the series again. The wind pressure behind Evening Elephant alone was enough to generate a huge tunnel underneath the ground without the punch even making contact. Both Admirals are getting one-shotted by a direct hit. However, while Guy can potentially solo, he is going down if he does suffer a hit while in this state but thats very unlikely so it's a toss up.
Kakashi assuming he as Double Eternal Mangekyou Sharingan solos. His head isnt getting punched off when it's behind his giant Perfect Susano'o and the durability issue no longer becomes one since you got Perfect Susano'os easily taking and dishing Island level attacks. His should be at least as powerful as Madara's that could slice a few mountains far away in one stroke while also spamming Kamui attacks to BFR the Admirals. He's actually quite an overkill with this Deus Ex Machina powerup.
Well said. There's a reason Kakashi wasn't allowed to keep those powers, Sasuke would have been totally screwed against him and Naruto.
@Zerogodlike: As Cosmicknight said, you are lowballing. The tunnel that was created in the ground was from the air pressure of Gai's weakest attack in 8 gates mode (it is stated that each hit of the evening elephant is faster, and therefore stronger, than the last), an attack that pushed Madara at least (based on the size of the hole and Madara's perspective) 100 metres through the earth, the same Madara who was barely forced back by a daytime tiger.