I’m in agreement. This is an issue with Garrosh’s character as an char. He’s said to be an incredible warrior, but in the books like the shattering , the WOW TBC Gold sole argument is that his father was aswell. However, it’s never shown. He would have lost to Cairne, if not for the cheating. But let’s be honest Thrall might have been able to take on Cairne in the past. Garrosh is a great warrior. However, given your arguments how much better could his performance be? Not as great as Jesus the green
The Thrall’s training and upbringing. In the years leading up to this point, Thrall hasn’t seen actual fighting in a real way for many years probably a decade or more. Following his leadership of the rebellion against prison camps, he founded the modern Horde and later was able to slip into a leadership position before moving into a mostly religious role. He has muscle memory and regularly fought, even going out on adventures with the PC. But if you don’t take a long time off from something or activity, you’ll end up being enthralled by it. I’m sure he’s competent, but perhaps not enough to fight an equally skilled or superior warrior.
Garrosh’s upbringing and training There wasn’t always a way to do it that way. Although he often fell sick as a kid but he wasn’t always in a way. It stands to reason that Garrosh, and other orcs in the young age group, would have received training and guidance from older orcs or those recuperating to help protect villages from invading clans such as angry elementals, raging clans, or ogres. My memory isn’t as sharp and I’m sure that Garrosh is portrayed early on as being the top orc in Garadar combat wise as well as his inactivity is a relatively recent thing before we even get to. Garrosh is also depicted in the books as a character who battles with the Kor’kron each day. The battles he engaged in against Cairne are described as powerful and skilled, but his youth was obscured and his confidence was damaged due to Cairne’s experience. Saurfang also declared him to be a formidable warrior, having few rivals when it came down to combat but his leadership lacking and often couldn’t see the bigger picture because he was too used to the up close and direct view. He was also unaware of his genetic predisposition to becoming an incredibly tough warrior (he is originally from the Warsong clan). Garrosh is an excellent warrior with very few shortcomings.
My impression is that Thrall had lost his abilities and let them slide in favour of his shamanistic powers. Garrosh’s genetics as well as his skill are also the reason Garrosh won until Thrall used elements to summon them.
Thrall isn’t quite sure what he’s fighting for. He’s not fighting Garrosh in an attempt to convince him of the wrongness of his ways or to take him down, he’s fighting him for the sake of feeling guilty. Garrosh on the contrary on the other hand, knows precisely what he is fighting for- – to inflict punishment on cheap Burning Crusade Classic Gold Thrall. Garrosh is kicked by Thrall until Thrall realizes that there is no chance to save him, and that Garrosh must be dealt with.