Based on this information, we can conclude that the winner would be Hulk. Despite Venom being faster and a better strategist, he would still lose because of Worldbreaker Hulk. Even with his healing factor gone, Hulk has the durability to last way longer than Venom because he's incredibly stronger.
So when it comes down to raw power, Venom is easily superior due to having higher levels of strength and speed. As well as this, Venom has untethered levels of aggression which makes him generally a lot more violent. However, Spidey does have some serious advantages over Venom.
Venom 2 beats Shang-Chi, gets biggest box office opening of the pandemic. Let there be carnage indeed…at the box office. Venom: Let There Be Carnage won big in its first weekend, raking in $90.1 million in North America, according to SyFy Wire.
Since his debut however, Venom has evolved into an antiheroic figure, slowly distancing himself from his initial goal to ruin Spider-Man's life to try and do good instead, even putting aside his differences with and helping Spider-Man at times.
While Carnage would win a battle against Captain America, it's going to lead to a war he can't win when word of the fight gets to Thor. Carnage may be able to give Thor a decent fight, but the God of Thunder has too much power at his hands for Carnage to be able to defeat him.
The movie doesn't clearly state why, but Venom is probably afraid of Carnage because Carnage doesn't have the moral restrictions that Venom does. They are alien symbiotes. This means they need another living host to bond with if they're going to survive long-term.
Eddie Brock is the new King in Black in the Marvel Universe, and with his new powers, he's become one of the strongest heroes ever. In Venom #200, readers learn what happened to Venom after he defeated Knull, the God of Symbiotes.
Moon Knight realized that Deadpool killed Brock to take back the Venom Symbiote in his effort to kill Spider-Man. Also, he concludes that Deadpool defeated Venom by setting up his apartment with air horns to weaken the symbiote's bond.
The movie is entertaining and funny. The special effects were fantastic, and the concept is very interesting: a human who walks around with a symbiotic parasite that protects him and others when necessary. It has a few jump-scares, but it is nothing that a 12- or 13-year-old can't handle.
However, when asked by the press about this rumor, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige played coy about Venom's inclusion in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In the post-credit scene of Venom: Let There Be Carnage, it was finally confirmed to fans that one of Parker's biggest villains had seemingly arrived in the MCU.
The most well-known Venom story revolves around the villain — and sometimes antihero —known as Eddie Brock. While Venom has had multiple hosts in comics over the years, the one that we (and the Symbiote) keep coming back to is a man known as Eddie Brock.
It's never mentioned again and with Eddie and Venom back together by the end of the movie and no word on any sort of cure or compromise on their host relationship, things have surely gone back to the way they were before and Venom is killing Eddie.
It could be that in the universe of the Venom movies, this type of strong bond is already known among the symbiotes to result in stronger specimens. This could explain why Venom is so fearful of facing an enemy with a ruddy hue.