After hearing the music from one of the all time greatest flicks today, a thought occurred. Just who was the baddest Texas Ranger of screen history. Of course, we have two choices in this battle. The first contestant is Ranger J.J. McQuade, pictured below. Absolutely no non-sense type of guy. Didn't give a rat's ass about the bad guys' constitutional rights or their well being. It was all about kicking ass and taking names. Had a badass dog, house was a totally wreck and rolled in a super charged Dodge Ram Charger. Command didn't like him cause he was a throwback to the old days. The bandana, looked like he spent most of his time in the desert without the benefit of a shower and best of all, sported a flak vest. His mentor, Dakota was another throwback, knuckle dragging Ranger who uttered one of the best lines ever, "I'd like to bite that in the ass, develop lockjaw and be dragged the death" when refering to McQuade's future hookup with Barbara Carrera, who was also banging David Carradine, who played the super bad dude in the flick. He gets saddled with a partner, who happens to be wet behind the ears Kayo; a Texas DPS Trooper who gets captured by the bad guys at the first of the movie and McQuade saves his life. After running afoul of the feds, McQuade invades Mexico to save his daughter and kick Carradine's ass fourteen ways from Sunday. The other contestant in this mortal battle would be Ranger Cordell Walker. Walker is the polar opposite of McQuade. Clean cut, dresses well, a better representation of the Texas Rangers than his earlier character. Although he dishes out about the same level of ass whup on the bad guys, the bad guys usually survive so they can go to jail. Best quirk of Walker was to signify the upcoming whupping of bad guy ass, he would drop the tailgate of the pickup. Walker was socialble whereas McQuade wasn't. Walker had ADA Alex Cahill in his grasp, seen here. While the pure Latina hotness of Carrera could whup up on Sheree J. Wilson, Carrera's character was also weak willed, who ended up dying at the end of the movie, while Cahill was charged with kicking bad guy ass in the court room. On the partner front, Walker was saddled with James "Jimmy" Trivette, former Dallas Cowboy was in awe of Walker's ass kicking skills. Walker's so-called mentor was C.D. Parker, who owned the bar that they hung out at after rounding up the bad guys. When Walker first hit the screen, he was rolling around Dallas in a GMC, then later moved on to a Dodge pickup. Always clean, my personal choice is with the Ram Charger. Always dirty and given that "it's just sheet metal, it can be replaced" attitude of the Charger, McQuade has the advantage there........... So of the viewing public, who kicked more ass, J.J. McQuade or Cordell Walker??????????????????