Okay Okay I get it.. You can't deal with Royce not being able to kill one on his own while dutch defeated one on his own. You also can't get over the fact that the Predators feats from No. 1 poop all over the Predators feats from Predators. That is you've lost this discussion and why you're so upset by it. Nothing further to say here then.
Well, tbf the predator from 1 had better fts, but that's just because he was the only Pred around. But Dutch survived just because the pred only had heat-based vision and it's natural can't-see-shit vision.
In Royce's movie a worse team is pitted against superior, better equipped predS and he still made it to the end of the movie.
Surviving codeless super PredatorS >>>>> Surviving a 'honourable' CIS infected regular Predator.
At least you can admit the Predator from No. 1 had better feats, that's something Robbie can't bring himself to do.
They do have honor though in Predators... They could've easily pressed attacks at certain points of the movie and decided directly not to do so. this happens numerous times.
Further, much like Robbie you prove my own case. We know they don't have better feats, but we also know they were killed way way easier. That's like a double whammy. You can't call somebody better than another when they have inferior feats and were killed easier just because you put the word super in front of Predator. Doesn't work that way. We go by feats on this forum and why they did in the movie. Don't call them super predators when an "inferior" team as you put it, were able to take out two of them EASILY. In fact, not even as a team they were solo'd by people, one of which only had a sword. The Predator didn't exponentially better than that, and that carries more weight than just adding super before the word Predator.
BTW... The Predator could still see just fine without infrared vision. The only time he had an issue was the mud scene and that was because he was only using that. Had he taken off his mask then he would've seen dutch.. just like he was able to later on.