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#1 Edited by slacker the hacker (7839 posts) - - Show Bio

No prep

Win by death/knockout/surrender

No blood bending

Standard gear

Semi knowledge of each others skills

VS

LOCATION

#2 Posted by xlab3000 (3281 posts) - - Show Bio

Amon

#3 Posted by redbird3rdboywonder (4047 posts) - - Show Bio

Azula's going to roast him alive since i'm assuming she's sane

#4 Posted by CerberusPrime3k (950 posts) - - Show Bio

Good thing he can't blood bend here cause he'd troll azula to death with it.....

That aside....I'll go with Amon wining with moderate difficulty.

#5 Posted by XImpossibruX (5174 posts) - - Show Bio

@xlab3000: Nope

@joeagentofhand1: You auto lose for posting 9gag content.

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

Azula's going to roast him alive since i'm assuming she's sane

This.

Any experienced bender would tear Amon apart 1 on 1. He just had an army with him, allowing him to beat everyone.

Match Amon (No bloodbending) against Toph, Katara, Iroh ect and he would get roflstomped.

#6 Edited by Hyperlight (5839 posts) - - Show Bio

isnt amon still a master waterbenderr? id give it to him

#7 Posted by pooty (11172 posts) - - Show Bio

@redbird3rdboywonder: @XImpossibruX: @Hyperlight said:

isnt amon still a master waterbenderr? id give it to him

This. Take his water bending with his fight skills and amon takes this

#8 Posted by UltimateHero0406 (2171 posts) - - Show Bio

in all my years of going around the world and taming monsters with other monsters, ive learned 2 things.

1. Fire types are weak against water types.

2. Experience makes all the difference

Amon

#9 Posted by XImpossibruX (5174 posts) - - Show Bio

@Hyperlight said:

isnt amon still a master waterbenderr? id give it to him

@pooty: @UltimateHero0406:

Yo guys!!!, this just in! firebenders can create electricity!!!!!

Guess what? Water conducts electricity better then air, Amon would be put down easily.

#10 Posted by UltimateHero0406 (2171 posts) - - Show Bio

@XImpossibruX: yes but he would see her charging up and get ready to dodge. and if she gets wet (giggity) she might electrocute herself while trying to use it.

#11 Posted by pooty (11172 posts) - - Show Bio

@XImpossibruX: @UltimateHero0406 said:

@XImpossibruX: yes but he would see her charging up and get ready to dodge. and if she gets wet (giggity) she might electrocute herself while trying to use it.

this. and in NONE of azula's battles with katara did she electrocute katara and she is a stiff compared to amon

#12 Posted by Twentyfive (2845 posts) - - Show Bio

That darned bloodbending.

#13 Posted by Wboy (442 posts) - - Show Bio

Amon even without bending is extremely powerful and skilled. Azula would have to get creative since firebending seems to need a whole lot of proper stance and form to perform correctly and effectively than the other arts.

#14 Posted by YoungJustice (6845 posts) - - Show Bio

Azula. The water bending techniques Amon showed we're being done by Katara as a child.

#15 Posted by redbird3rdboywonder (4047 posts) - - Show Bio

@pooty: Doubt it. Though Noatock may be a master waterbender he's shown no better feats than Katara did as a child and then theres Azulas special ability

#16 Posted by pooty (11172 posts) - - Show Bio

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

@pooty: Doubt it. Though Noatock may be a master waterbender he's shown no better feats than Katara did as a child and then theres Azulas special ability

except blood bending with out a full moon and blood bending without moving. Even if we ignore that for this match, if amon only had katara skill as a child, that was enough to stalemate azula or put her very close. add amons fighting skill and aim dodging and he should win

#17 Posted by redbird3rdboywonder (4047 posts) - - Show Bio

@pooty said:

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

@pooty: Doubt it. Though Noatock may be a master waterbender he's shown no better feats than Katara did as a child and then theres Azulas special ability

except blood bending with out a full moon and blood bending without moving. Even if we ignore that for this match, if amon only had katara skill as a child, that was enough to stalemate azula or put her very close. add amons fighting skill and aim dodging and he should win

I mean in the water bending department not bloodbending and what fighting skills, we just saew him dodge for the most part which may or may not have been augmented with bloodbending. Then there's the fact that Azula has the ability to percieve an opponent's weakness and combined with her skill gives her the win

#18 Posted by pooty (11172 posts) - - Show Bio

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

@pooty said:

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

@pooty: Doubt it. Though Noatock may be a master waterbender he's shown no better feats than Katara did as a child and then theres Azulas special ability

except blood bending with out a full moon and blood bending without moving. Even if we ignore that for this match, if amon only had katara skill as a child, that was enough to stalemate azula or put her very close. add amons fighting skill and aim dodging and he should win

I mean in the water bending department not bloodbending and what fighting skills, we just saew him dodge for the most part which may or may not have been augmented with bloodbending. Then there's the fact that Azula has the ability to percieve an opponent's weakness and combined with her skill gives her the win

The fact that non benders were able to dodge like he did makes me think he didn't blood bend and they would have felt that. he would dodge and get close. a couple nerve hits and she can't move. and he beat people without using his water bending. add that and it's a wrap. Her "ability" was stated more then shown. She didn't beat one reputable person in the whole series(unless i'm forgetting someone.)

#19 Posted by redbird3rdboywonder (4047 posts) - - Show Bio

@pooty said:

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

@pooty said:

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

@pooty: Doubt it. Though Noatock may be a master waterbender he's shown no better feats than Katara did as a child and then theres Azulas special ability

except blood bending with out a full moon and blood bending without moving. Even if we ignore that for this match, if amon only had katara skill as a child, that was enough to stalemate azula or put her very close. add amons fighting skill and aim dodging and he should win

I mean in the water bending department not bloodbending and what fighting skills, we just saew him dodge for the most part which may or may not have been augmented with bloodbending. Then there's the fact that Azula has the ability to percieve an opponent's weakness and combined with her skill gives her the win

The fact that non benders were able to dodge like he did makes me think he didn't blood bend and they would have felt that. he would dodge and get close. a couple nerve hits and she can't move. and he beat people without using his water bending. add that and it's a wrap. Her "ability" was stated more then shown. She didn't beat one reputable person in the whole series(unless i'm forgetting someone.)

She withstood an attack from all the elements, one shotted Iroh(though a sneak attack), beat Zuko and Katara on more then one occasion and Suki as well. This ability was shown twice, the first being during the episode The Beach and the second being during the Day of Black Sun where she used Suki to mess wiith Sokka

#20 Posted by pooty (11172 posts) - - Show Bio

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

@pooty said:

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

@pooty said:

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

@pooty: Doubt it. Though Noatock may be a master waterbender he's shown no better feats than Katara did as a child and then theres Azulas special ability

except blood bending with out a full moon and blood bending without moving. Even if we ignore that for this match, if amon only had katara skill as a child, that was enough to stalemate azula or put her very close. add amons fighting skill and aim dodging and he should win

I mean in the water bending department not bloodbending and what fighting skills, we just saew him dodge for the most part which may or may not have been augmented with bloodbending. Then there's the fact that Azula has the ability to percieve an opponent's weakness and combined with her skill gives her the win

The fact that non benders were able to dodge like he did makes me think he didn't blood bend and they would have felt that. he would dodge and get close. a couple nerve hits and she can't move. and he beat people without using his water bending. add that and it's a wrap. Her "ability" was stated more then shown. She didn't beat one reputable person in the whole series(unless i'm forgetting someone.)

She withstood an attack from all the elements, one shotted Iroh(though a sneak attack), beat Zuko and Katara on more then one occasion and Suki as well. This ability was shown twice, the first being during the episode The Beach and the second being during the Day of Black Sun where she used Suki to mess wiith Sokka

When did she withstand an attack from all the elements? After she snuck Iroh? She was gone. She was always better then Zuko. I don't remember her beating Katara(when was that?). and messing with a dude about his missing girlfriend isn't a special talent. I don't see anything she did that can stop Amon from getting to her.

#21 Posted by morgrim (1029 posts) - - Show Bio

@pooty: first off are u craazy katara is WAYYY better than amon

@Wboy: secondly u r aware that it was him blood bending himself that allowed him to do all the jumping around and acrobatic stuff granted the chi blocking he did on his own but we have seen azula take down battle hardened combat specialists like suki and dodge the combined efforts of sokka aang and toph for a period using only her speed agility and skill so in the department of combat she is actually greater than amon i mean look what happened to zuko when he tried the flame daggers she beat him with her NAILS

oh and third of all in terms of bending u r aware that katara at 15 is greater than amon keep in mind her bending training was greatly accelerated due to war and hardships amon learned under signifigantly less stressfull situations plus the term master is not as much of a defining word as most might think for instance tarlock could be said to be a master but just look at how he did against amon and co in a icy barren wasteland not very impressive so in conclusion i think azula will have amon begging for mercy half into the fight

#22 Posted by redbird3rdboywonder (4047 posts) - - Show Bio

@pooty said:

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

@pooty said:

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

@pooty said:

@redbird3rdboywonder said:

@pooty: Doubt it. Though Noatock may be a master waterbender he's shown no better feats than Katara did as a child and then theres Azulas special ability

except blood bending with out a full moon and blood bending without moving. Even if we ignore that for this match, if amon only had katara skill as a child, that was enough to stalemate azula or put her very close. add amons fighting skill and aim dodging and he should win

I mean in the water bending department not bloodbending and what fighting skills, we just saew him dodge for the most part which may or may not have been augmented with bloodbending. Then there's the fact that Azula has the ability to percieve an opponent's weakness and combined with her skill gives her the win

The fact that non benders were able to dodge like he did makes me think he didn't blood bend and they would have felt that. he would dodge and get close. a couple nerve hits and she can't move. and he beat people without using his water bending. add that and it's a wrap. Her "ability" was stated more then shown. She didn't beat one reputable person in the whole series(unless i'm forgetting someone.)

She withstood an attack from all the elements, one shotted Iroh(though a sneak attack), beat Zuko and Katara on more then one occasion and Suki as well. This ability was shown twice, the first being during the episode The Beach and the second being during the Day of Black Sun where she used Suki to mess wiith Sokka

When did she withstand an attack from all the elements? After she snuck Iroh? She was gone. She was always better then Zuko. I don't remember her beating Katara(when was that?). and messing with a dude about his missing girlfriend isn't a special talent. I don't see anything she did that can stop Amon from getting to her.

I should've said deflected an attack from all four elements after she snuck Iroh and she didnt just run when they attacked she attacked back using a her fire to cancel out their attacks in order to escape. Also my mistake she never beat Katara since they never actually fought and it does contribute to an example of the ability because it was Sokka's weakness and she exploited it much like she'll do to Noatock. She also did it to Long Foeng as well.

#23 Posted by gunmetalgrey (1269 posts) - - Show Bio

Azula takes this in a short match. If the match lasts long enough, Amon may have a shot.

LoK benders are pretty sad actually. During Aang's time it was all about who could throw the biggest chunk of earth, ball of water, gust of air, or burst of fire and still with a touch of technique. Amon's dodging will do him no good here..

#24 Posted by pooty (11172 posts) - - Show Bio

@morgrim: first off are u craazy katara is WAYYY better than amon

In an anything goes fight. No restrictions. Amon DESTROYS Katara. Utterly DESTROYS her

@gunmetalgrey: Amon's dodging will do him no good here

The LOK benders are weak. But even the original cast were dodging each other attacks all the time. You know they have to move. You know they use their hands. That is a dead give away. You basically know what to expect. That is why the chi-blockers were so effective. That's why Piando was able to beat a hundred firebenders. Ty lee was effective also.

#25 Edited by gunmetalgrey (1269 posts) - - Show Bio

@pooty: Azula has performed firebending attacks that Aang (arguably the best dodger in the series due to being a speedster) couldn't dodge with anything short of flying away from it. In theory, Amon could amp his jumps with bloodbending but he hasn't shown this.

Azula was also taking on both Zuko and Aang at once quite comfortably in the deserted town until the cavalry arrived.

Even without her bending, Azula has shown to be very proficient in unarmed combat. She was playing around with Zuko (who was bending) and only used her blue fire in her final blow before Iroh stopped her from using lightning in their first encounter in the series. Ty Lee is also afraid of her despite showing very little regard toward other benders who are of arguably of similar caliber.

The only problem I could foresee is the bloodbending and even that isn't foolproof. Mako and Korra were constantly breaking free and and attacking in short bursts until Amon would put in the extra effort to keep them down, and even that didn't stop Korra when her airbending kicked in.

#26 Posted by OmgOmgWtfWtf (7031 posts) - - Show Bio

Depends on whether or not Amon ends this quickly. He could kill her with blood bending right in the beginning of the match. If draws this out then I can see Azula winning too. If Mako was able to get a good lightning strike in I don't see how Azula can't. If she does I think it would kill Amon since her lightning is stronger than Mako's.

#27 Posted by UltimateHero0406 (2171 posts) - - Show Bio

@OmgOmgWtfWtf: 1. no blood bending allowed

2. azulas lighting hit aang (a twelve/ thirteen year old) square in his spine and it did not immediately kill him.

#28 Posted by pooty (11172 posts) - - Show Bio

@gunmetalgrey said:

@pooty: Azula has performed firebending attacks that Aang (arguably the best dodger in the series due to being a speedster) couldn't dodge with anything short of flying away from it. In theory, Amon could amp his jumps with bloodbending but he hasn't shown this.

Azula was also taking on both Zuko and Aang at once quite comfortably in the deserted town until the cavalry arrived.

Even without her bending, Azula has shown to be very proficient in unarmed combat. She was playing around with Zuko (who was bending) and only used her blue fire in her final blow before Iroh stopped her from using lightning in their first encounter in the series. Ty Lee is also afraid of her despite showing very little regard toward other benders who are of arguably of similar caliber.

The only problem I could foresee is the bloodbending and even that isn't foolproof. Mako and Korra were constantly breaking free and and attacking in short bursts until Amon would put in the extra effort to keep them down, and even that didn't stop Korra when her airbending kicked in.

aang was the best dodger in the original series but his style was very avoidance . amon was running TOWARD you while dodging fire blast and lightning from only a few feet away. he dodged attacks the same way batman dodges bullets by reading your aim. Zuko was able to jump in front of azula lightning from a standing position. her lightning was not strong enough to kill zuko or aang who were little kids. Even when Amon was hit he showed tremendous pain tolerance and endurance. He even walked through a fire wall at one point. Bloodbending is not allowed in this battle but if it were it's over for azula. He could have killed mako and korra instantly like he did the Lieutenant. but for plot he had to talk and reveal his plan etc

#29 Edited by gunmetalgrey (1269 posts) - - Show Bio

@pooty said:

amon was running TOWARD you while dodging fire blast and lightning from only a few feet away. he dodged attacks the same way batman dodges bullets by reading your aim.

People from Aang's time didn't dodge in this manner 'cause quite frankly we're talking about a whole 'nother league in terms of blast radius back then. Amon would be forced to go completely around Azula's blasts 'cause of their sheer size, not just take a sidestep or two. I'm sure you'll agree that these blasts are much bigger than those bullets that Batman dodges..

Reading Azula's aim doesn't make sense to me. Bending is a martial art to them, very different from someone firing a gun. They don't look at where they're aiming 'cause it's common knowledge in any martial art to always keep eye contact with your opponent so as to not telegraph your moves.

Zuko was able to jump in front of azula lightning from a standing position.

It was shown that Zuko noticed when Azula broke eye contact and turned her attention toward Katara before she shot the lightning. Azula was also not in a stable state of mind and was telegraphing her moves all over the place..

her lightning was not strong enough to kill zuko or aang who were little kids.

It was pretty clear to me that if it wasn't for Katara (said to be a gifted healer even among other waterbending healers) being in the immediate vicinity and with the water from the spirit oasis, Aang could have very likely died shortly after getting hit.

Not only could Azula's aim have been off, as I said about her being unstable in that match, Zuko was also able to cover himself with his arms so as to not get a fatal injury like Aang's which was straight to the spine.

He even walked through a fire wall at one point.

That actually isn't very impressive. IIRC, that was fire blasted at the ground to form a perimeter, not fire that was bended into the shape of a wall, which should be much more resilient against physical penetration.

#30 Posted by MasterJohn (2471 posts) - - Show Bio

Azula wins.

#31 Posted by pooty (11172 posts) - - Show Bio

@gunmetalgrey said:

@pooty said:

amon was running TOWARD you while dodging fire blast and lightning from only a few feet away. he dodged attacks the same way batman dodges bullets by reading your aim.

People from Aang's time didn't dodge in this manner 'cause quite frankly we're talking about a whole 'nother league in terms of blast radius back then. Amon would be forced to go completely around Azula's blasts 'cause of their sheer size, not just take a sidestep or two. I'm sure you'll agree that these blasts are much bigger than those bullets that Batman dodges..

Reading Azula's aim doesn't make sense to me. Bending is a martial art to them, very different from someone firing a gun. They don't look at where they're aiming 'cause it's common knowledge in any martial art to always keep eye contact with your opponent so as to not telegraph your moves.

Zuko was able to jump in front of azula lightning from a standing position.

It was shown that Zuko noticed when Azula broke eye contact and turned her attention toward Katara before she shot the lightning. Azula was also not in a stable state of mind and was telegraphing her moves all over the place..

her lightning was not strong enough to kill zuko or aang who were little kids.

It was pretty clear to me that if it wasn't for Katara (said to be a gifted healer even among other waterbending healers) being in the immediate vicinity and with the water from the spirit oasis, Aang could have very likely died shortly after getting hit.

Not only could Azula's aim have been off, as I said about her being unstable in that match, Zuko was also able to cover himself with his arms so as to not get a fatal injury like Aang's which was straight to the spine.

He even walked through a fire wall at one point.

That actually isn't very impressive. IIRC, that was fire blasted at the ground to form a perimeter, not fire that was bended into the shape of a wall, which should be much more resilient against physical penetration.

azula didn't always do wide broad blast. even in the video beneath your post she only did a wide blast once or twice. she really only did the wide blast when she was crazy. most of her blast were precise when she was sane. Amon knows that any bender has to move their arms to bend. So he knows what to look for. Zuko did notice azula broke eye contact but was still quick enough to jump in front of it and survive. her lightning was dodged a few times in the series. also this doesn't include Amons water bending. azula would be fighting a great dodger/never hitter and a master water bender. he can block with water and dodge her attacks. and he doesn't need to move to attack.

#32 Posted by redbird3rdboywonder (4047 posts) - - Show Bio

@UltimateHero0406 said:

@OmgOmgWtfWtf: 1. no blood bending allowed

2. azulas lighting hit aang (a twelve/ thirteen year old) square in his spine and it did not immediately kill him.

The Lightning that hit Aang in the spine did almost immediately kill him

#33 Posted by UltimateHero0406 (2171 posts) - - Show Bio

@redbird3rdboywonder: it was at least 10 mins b4 katara healed him and he had no permanent damage besides the scar or paralysis.

#34 Posted by redbird3rdboywonder (4047 posts) - - Show Bio

@UltimateHero0406: And for those 10 mins Aang was dead, he even said it during the first episode of season 3 "The Awakening."

Katara said "We almost lost you"

Then Aang said "You did" or something like that but yeah Aang was dead for those 10 mins

#35 Edited by UltimateHero0406 (2171 posts) - - Show Bio

@redbird3rdboywonder: Yeah, they almost lost him. His heart probably stopped for a little bit but he was still alive, just in shock (get it). The spring water heals serious injuries most likely fixing the nerve damage in his spine, not reverse death.

#36 Posted by redbird3rdboywonder (4047 posts) - - Show Bio

@UltimateHero0406: No he was completely gone

#37 Posted by UltimateHero0406 (2171 posts) - - Show Bio

@redbird3rdboywonder: So katara reversed death is what you're saying.

#38 Posted by UltimateHero0406 (2171 posts) - - Show Bio

@redbird3rdboywonder: well i guess it would kill amon if it hit im since it almost killed zuko even though he redirected it.

#39 Posted by pooty (11172 posts) - - Show Bio

@UltimateHero0406 said:

@redbird3rdboywonder: well i guess it would kill amon if it hit im since it almost killed zuko even though he redirected it.

amon was dodging lightning while running toward it. she is not hitting him with it and as you said katara's water did not bring aang back from the dead. whenever aang was in super trouble the avatar state would save him. just like he was able to break free of Amon's father bloodbending.

#40 Posted by gunmetalgrey (1269 posts) - - Show Bio

@pooty said:

Amon knows that any bender has to move their arms to bend. So he knows what to look for.

I would agree with you on this if it was any other kind of bending, but Azula is a firebender. Firebending puts the least importance in form and mostly in breathing. Blasting fire for a firebender is as easy as thrusting a foot or a fist forward, unlike air and waterbenders who need to wave their arms around to gather air and water respectively, or earthbenders who need to stamp their feet on the ground to make themselves stable for an attack and raise a boulder to use. The only move that requires this for firebenders is when shooting lightning but even Azula has been shown to do this at will without charging up, though they may have been weaker lightning shots.

azula would be fighting a great dodger/never hitter and a master water bender. he can block with water and dodge her attacks. and he doesn't need to move to attack.

I don't think Azula will have much of a problem here seeing as she fought both the avatar (although not fully realized) and a firebender trained by Iroh at the same time pretty handily. The problem with Amon is that outside of bloodbending, he has nowhere near the number of regular waterbending feats that Katara has so it's difficult to speculate on his actual skill. Unarmed combat, yes, he definitely has skill in, but he hasn't been shown to use it with waterbending enough.

#41 Posted by xlab3000 (3281 posts) - - Show Bio

that's dumb why take away the blood bending and make him fight on a terrain with no water

#42 Posted by redbird3rdboywonder (4047 posts) - - Show Bio

@UltimateHero0406: Yeah in a sense she did. He was dead in the normal sense of the word but he wasn't far enough gone that she couldn't bring him back. Kinda lack a near death expirence

#43 Posted by UltimateHero0406 (2171 posts) - - Show Bio

@xlab3000: There is water in the plants.

#44 Posted by THUNDERBOLT30 (10487 posts) - - Show Bio

@xlab3000 said:

that's dumb why take away the blood bending and make him fight on a terrain with no water

I wouldn't call it dumb lol....maybe an oversight, but I am thinking that Amon is at a disadvantage in this location.

@UltimateHero0406 said:

@xlab3000: There is water in the plants.

Even if he could bend from the plants around them I can't imagine him having a sufficient amount of water to battle Azula (i.e. - counter large fireball attacks). Both of them are very good at dodging attacks, so I don't see Amon ending this as quickly as some may believe, and with a limited water source I can see him eventually getting overwhelmed by Azula.

#45 Posted by morgrim (1029 posts) - - Show Bio

even with a large amount of water azula would still roast amon she is more skilled talented and ruthless

#46 Posted by The Stegman (24426 posts) - - Show Bio

Azula, without Bloodbending, Amon didn't really impress me with his waterbending, and as for fighting, I'd say Azula is just as agile and swift as him, if not more so, she was able to evade the Aang Gang (granted with heavy assists from the Dai LI) without using firebending, as well as evading Aang, who himself, is very quick on his feet.

#47 Posted by BlueComet (1042 posts) - - Show Bio

Take his blood bending away and he's still a master waterbender & martial artist. I believe he's much faster than Azula too, he's fast enough to dodge lightning at close range. Not even Aang has ever done that. Amon Mastered waterbending when he was 13, he may not use it alot but that's just due to plot devices. Amon wins with or withoout bloodbending.

#48 Posted by Soothing_Sounds (1718 posts) - - Show Bio

Amon is really skilled, but Azula is both skilled and has more at her disposal in this setting. She wins it.

#49 Edited by Quartermaim (617 posts) - - Show Bio

Azula was very skilled in martial arts and firebending. However she was also horribly arrogant, this lead to her downfall.

Amon was a very skilled martial artist. Since he never showed his true potential as a waterbender this can be argued. Since they had the same teacher and had the same training we can consider his skills to be close, equal or even greater than his brother Tarrlok whom was no slouch at waterbending. But I seemed to recall the episode where Kitara learns bloodbending that being a skilled waterbender was important.

I see this match as closer that most people. Azula has the advantage in terrain and firebeinding since we don't actually know his skill level.

Amon can still take water from the plants, himself and Azula (Sweat glands) he may not have shown such skill but there seems no logical reason to do so.

If Azula is quick to finish the battle she wins. If Amon suckers her into beleiving hes weak she can take her.

I feel that battle is in her favor, but it can go either way.

#50 Posted by girugamesh (439 posts) - - Show Bio

@BlueComet said:

Take his blood bending away and he's still a master waterbender & martial artist. I believe he's much faster than Azula too, he's fast enough to dodge lightning at close range. Not even Aang has ever done that. Amon Mastered waterbending when he was 13, he may not use it alot but that's just due to plot devices. Amon wins with or withoout bloodbending.

Precisely.

I give this to Amon 7/10. Why?

His reflexes and agility are as good as hers, arguably better (nobody even landed a hit on him until the last episode of the season and he was dodging lightning at close range). He has had more experience than Azula as well, and has shown impressive scale with his water technique (he was easily able to create a typhoon, and that was after being hit multiple times).

But what also gives Amon the edge here is his durability. He was repeatedly knocked around by airbending, took a blast of lightning, was knocked out of a building at a considerable height and still got right back up again. I'm not for a second saying that the lightning he took was as strong as one of Azula's blasts, but Amon definitely has the edge in durability and endurance.

Azula may have been a prodigy but I still don't see her winning this.