If lion or tiger is anywhere near the size of a big jaguar maybe 100 lbs range, the jaguar could pull off the win. Jaguars has the highest bit force of all felines. … Jaguar would win in almost every case against a mountain lion. The leopard will not win against a jaguar but will put up a good fight.
And pound for pound, the bite of a jaguar is the most powerful of the big cats, even more than that of a tiger and a lion. The way they kill is different, too. Tigers and lions, and the other large cats, go for the necks or soft underbellies. Jaguars have only one way they kill: They go for the skull.
The jaguar has the strongest bite of any big cat relative to its size. … “If you had to choose, you’d want to be bitten by a jaguar, not a lion or a tiger. But pound for pound, jaguars pack a stronger punch.
It’s like a fight between Mohammed Ali and Floyd Mayweather. They are the strongest pound to pound but mismatch for a fight. The lion can easily beat a jaguar not because the jaguar is weak but because the lion is as much as 2.5 times bigger than the jaguar. The jaguar is stronger than the lion pound to pound. In fact the jaguar is the strongest among the cats compared to its size. It is strong enough to drag an adult horse across a river.
If brought up together from a very tender age, they would be best of mates, again gender not specificied.
Realistically they hardly get to fight for they don’t live together, hunt together.
It is us humans, who inject the poison of vendetta even on animals.
And by the way, a single ant can bring down the mighty Elephant. Just imagine what a colony can do.
The question reminds me of the rat’s desire to screw an elephant.