The best part is the post-battle explanation was something more than inanity like “x yottatons of TNT!” of “X scales to Y!” Or both.
I was fully expecting them to say something like:
“Superman once held up half of the anthropomorphic representation of infinity. Infinity divided by 2 is still infinity, so Superman is infinitely strong. Black Adam once got into a fight with Superman and held his own, thus Black Adam is infinitely strong!”
“The Hulk once destroyed a pocket dimension by punching it with enough strength to ‘destroy the universe a thousand times over’, and the Marvel universe is 100 times bigger than our own. Thus Hulk has the strength of 100,000 universes and Apocalypse once fought and held his own with Hulk. Thus Apocalypse also has the strength of 100,000 universes!”
“Black Adam’s strength of infinity equals more TNT than Apocalypse equivalent TNT strength of 100,000 universes, therefore the winner is Black Adam!”
But nope. Thank god they’ve been moving away from such banality this season. They just referenced both character’s respective canon feats, alluded to people they’ve scaled to, before brushing it aside with a handwave that they both are so ridiculously strong that numbers stop mattering. A battle won because one guy has more counters and/or useful powers is more entertaining that one guy winning because despite having a worse powerset ‘his TNT has more zeroes at the end than the other guy!’ or ‘he once fought a guy who has these many zeroes in his TNT!’