It's Grifter vs Midnighter. I didn't like how the fight played out here. Grifter and Midnighter were fighting like freakin MMA fighters, grounding and pounding each other. It's alreay been established in previous issues that Grifter already has full mastery of his telekinesis. He's uprooted forest trees and threw Daemonites around like ragdolls with his mental powers. Why couldn't he do that with Midnighter? Why resort to grounding and pounding when you could just throw Midnighter around with your thought? Or, better yet, why not just immobilize Midnighter and suspend him in mid-air while using him for target practice?
I imagine that the fight would be more badass if Grifter initially beat the crap out of Midnighter by throwing him around using his TK powers. Then being the fighting machine that he is, Midnighter would figure out how to negate those powers by, I don't know, going stealth and throwing cars or motorcycles or boulders at Grifter to keep him occupied to buy him some time to be able to catch Grifter by surprise and land deadly blows... something like that.
Grifter has all the powers, skills and personality to potentially make him the toughest and deadliest SOB in DC: powerful TK, no qualms about killing, elite soldier, healing factor.. I wish the writers would take advantage of that.
The art doesn't feel as rushed as it looked like in the previous issue. It's still an upgrade over Liefeld. But I really think this comic would've been better if it's drawn by Scott Clark or Brett Booth.