Each are in hulk form morals are off, bloodlust is on. Who would win if the fight was in the desert. The Bruce banner of each character plays a subconscious part in each hulk
Nick Nolte: garble garble gable *metal in a blender*
Eric Bana: What was that? I didn't quite catch that.
Nick Nolte: garble garble *drinks some booze*
Eric Bana: You're gong to have to speak up......
Nick Nolte: Ughr Ughr Ughr......Bruce.....
Eric Bana: -__- F*ck this! *Hulks out*
Mark Ruffalo Hulk
Banner:"I'm Always angry"
It's a toss up between Eric Bana's and Mark Ruffalo's. I don't quite see all the hype about Edward Norton's take.
Right on the mark for me. 2008 Hulk wasn't near as powerfull as the other two. 2003 Hulk was huge and very powerfull, but nothing other than the army to test himself. Toss up between those two.
Lou Ferrigno w
All those hulks were really just CGI with characters face transposed while using Lou's voice. So yeah Lou wins.
But I liked Eric Bana best as Banner, Ruffalo got carried and Norton ... Norton is Norton (even when acting)... we'll just leave it at that.
Ruffalo>Eric Bana>Ed norton
Don't see Ruffalo putting down Eric Bana due to his Healing factor, and he will eventually match him if the fight progress for a long time. That Hulk in particular grew bigger and stronger as it got angrier. Ed is the weakest of the three.
A couple points to bring up, although Bana's hulk was the fastest, Ruffalo's Hulk only ever got to Run while smashing through walls every ten feet and his jumping feats were still good. It seems to be implied that although technically Ruffalo Hulk was supposed to be the same Hulk as Norton, feat-wise Ruffalo was supposed to equal Bana Hulk in ability. People in general felt that Norton Hulk was low showing for Hulk in movie form and wanted the super jumps, etc, back so Marvel gave them what they wanted.
Another thing about Bana Hulk to mention is his best strength feat, which is often forgotten since the desert scene was better than the last fight in many respects, is probably when he threw that huge boulder at Absorbing-Nolte at the end. That thing was huge and he lobbed it a good distance.
In terms of shown feats, I would have to agree that Bana Hulk appears to be slightly superior. Ruffalo Hulk seems quite a bit more aggressive however and that might tip the scales in his favor. For now I'll say 50/50 between Ruffalo and Bana. Norton Hulk was tough and durable but he just didn't have the feats to match the other two.