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In regards to the duel, you need to consider a few extremely important
Firstly, we never saw Yoda in his prime. While we saw him perform some
amazing feats against Count Dooku, he could have easily been three or
times faster and more powerful in his 30's, when he first became a Jedi
Master, and completed his Padawan apprenticeship (my assumption; not a
fact). He may have been reckless with his powers in his youth, which
caused sheer-less aggression, that even the likes of Neo could not
(Again, assumption, not a fact. His wisdom in the movie's suggest he
made some mistakes in the past, and has learnt from them).
You would also need to keep in mind that Neo's fighting powers really
worked in the Matrix. While at the end of the third movie it showed he
some powers outside of it, all his fighting powers occurred inside the
Matrix against Agents, specifically Agent Smith.
So let's take the assumption that they duelled in the Matrix. The whole
point of the Matrix, as Morpheus explains to Neo in the first movie of
trilogy is you can do anything you want, as long as your mind will let
you. Now factor in the fact that Yoda could move objects, even large
and fire lightning from his hands in the real world. How do you think
would hold up in a virtual one?
I think considering the fact we have never seen the full extent of
power, and the fact that the force surrounds everything (including the
Matrix), it would only be reasonable to conclude that Yoda would win
fight, and dare I say, possibly even destroy the Matrix.
Answer your question, I hope this does.
May the force be with you.
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