Don't assume this is a spite thread by just the title, I'll clarify one thing below for you.
Assuming this statement from first Twilight film is true, as quote by Twilight Wiki: “A vampire is said to be thousands of times stronger than any human, able to lift objects hundreds of times their own weight.” Depends on your personal estimates of how strong the strongest human is and how heavy the average vampires are. Yeah, hates ain't making a character weak. It is likely a hyperbole, but we'll disregard that in this battle.
However, their durability might not be proportional to their strength (which is common in comic), punching and lifting force maybe disproportional also, but I don't know any evidence to support that directly.
Many other forum, including KMC; some users had debated that Twilight vamps might be hundred-tonner, and Edward alone can take on dozens of base-line movie Hulk. And I'm sure they hate Twilight also, but I bet they're analyzing it reasonably. However, different people have different way of determining the battle, so they're no real answer anyway.
Prologue: Edward Cullen entered the Marvel 616 universe, and encountered the Avengers. Red Hulk challenged Edward Cullen to fight each other on the wrestling stage, but to the death.
Wrestling floor is sizable enough to fit 100 people in (it's smaller than average classroom size, believe me), with tall Adamantium fences containing them. The floor are made out of thick layers of bricks layering over the soil.
1. No BFR, no one is allowed to leave the arena
2. Edward can be from both novel and film (though we prefers the strongest medium)
3. Red Hulk was allowed to use any reasonable feat (even one from Loeb)
4. Red Hulk starts out slightly mad (but not yet pissed-off), though it can progress over time during the battle
5. Red Hulk has just absorbed refreshing amount of gamma radiation
6. Blood lust mode on
7. Fight to the death
8. Fight counts down from 5 after both contestant entered the arena
Yep, I knew these two characters are hated by many comic community.