Nicely done.Suchomimus is not needed in this in my view.Carcharadontosaurus will be the suitable one in this war as it is bigger.As far as the fight,i don't know which one will win as it is not a one on one fight.
giganotosaurus. even though trex has a stronger bite force. what really matters here is the amount of blood loss. if giganotosaurus makes the first move, he would grab trex's neck and its giant serrated teeth would leave deep wounds in the trex's neck. the trex would be lucky if it didnt get its windpipe cut. the shock and bloodloss would kill the trex.
LOL. I hope you realize that T.Rex had teeth that were 12 inches long in certain areas. Giga's teeth are 4-6 inches long, the same with Carcharodontosaurus. With teeth that are thick and being serrated, they would tear through flesh and leave huge puncture holes if T.Rex decided to release its grip. Secondly, the idea that you proposed wouldn't even happen. T.Rex has a defined feature that neither of these predators have. Binocular vision/forward-facing eyes. This means T.Rex has depth perception, helping calculate distance and depth from its target. T.Rex would win just by having the first strike. Giga would lose immediately. As well, T.Rex has the largest brain of all large theropods. Though, having a large brain might not mean little, its how one uses it. T.Rex's brain power surpasses to it actually strategizing and planning out an attack and effectively coordinate its attack out with fluid movement.
Sorry, but Giganotosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus, Spinosaurus, and even Suchomimus can't win against the Tyrant Lizard King.
>-> You do realize that's what ALL constrictor snakes do? If Rex bites down on any part of Titanoboa, it's a goner just by blood loss and being in two pieces. Hell, it'll probably be decapitated and be in two. Titanoboa is pretty cool, but large snakes are susceptible to being much slower due to their anatomy of having to use so much energy. If it was in low waters, T.Rex has the advantage. On land, T.Rex has the advantage. In deep water, T.Rex wouldn't be in deep water. XD