21. Han Solo
Trying to nail down what exactly Han Solo’s fighting style would be categorized as would be like trying to put a square peg in a round hole. He’s mostly known for being a great pilot and making the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs, which we finally got to see in Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Anyone who has seen Han Solo in action knows how much he loves a good blaster, too. He’s a smuggler at heart and that job is dangerous by nature. Sure, he’ll talk enough to distract you, but he still has to have enough skill to get himself out of a lot of sticky situations.
I wouldn’t say Han Solo is an elegant fighter by any means, but his slick personality gets him through almost anything. He’s quick on his feet and even though he’s not the brightest person in the galaxy (which is how he gets into trouble in the first place), he is pretty capable of doing whatever is necessary to survive.
The biggest fight that Han Solo loses is the one with his son. He tries to convince him to do the right that and he loses his life doing so. At that moment, he knew that a physical fight with his son wasn’t going to do anyone any good. Instead, he tries to win the emotional fight with him (and still loses). It’s a tough moment to watch, but you know that Han was fighting for the right thing until the very end.