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His body hits the floor, and everything feels right. I know a peace I ain't felt in a long, long time. I'm sure now. This is why I'm here. I'm here.
In an alternate timeline in the Marvel Multiverse, the villains of the known universe managed to take over the world, and successfully took down most of Earth's heroes, and even killed some. Heroes that survived, went on to live, but crippled. Wolverine was one of these crippled heroes. At the night when the villains teamed up and defeated the world's heroes, Wolverine was manipulated by Mysterio into killing the whole X-Men. Shocked, Wolverine attempted to commit "suicide". But he doesn't kill his whole self. His suicide attempt "failed". It didn't kill the man himself, but killed the Wolverine inside him. And then, for the next 50 years, he never popped out his claws, but gained a family, and lived in California, which was controlled by the Hulk Gang. At one point, he ventured out on an adventure with Hawkeye in order to help his family pay the house rent of his. But when the Hulk Gang killed his family, Logan returned to his "Wolverine" side, and slaughtered the entire Hulk Gang, except Banner Junior. Later on, he recovered the world's heroes, ventured on the world of Battleworld, and went to the mainstream Marvel universe, Earth-616, in All New, All Different Marvel.
Battles here were deemed to be unfair or otherwise not in accordance with wiki standards, and have been removed from the statuses of the warriors and displayed below.
As much as how faltered his physicality is in the future, Logan still has the skills and experience to take down Jason. Jason is nearly unkillable and has faced other beings similar to him. However, Logan has faced more enemies than all the things Jason fought or killed. He himself is also the same Wolverine that was born in the 18th Century and fought hundreds of heroes and villains during his lifetime. His healing factor is indeed, weaker than those of Jason's. But Logan's adamantium claws make short work of the hockey-masked killer himself.
The battle is declared unfair due to Jason Voorhees' lack of effective ways to defeat Wolverine (Old Man Logan) due to the massive skill, experience, and weapon discrepancy between them. Jason may be able to drown his adversary, but he wouldn't even get a single chance to grab him due to Wolverine's martial arts and adamantium claws. Despite his hampered healing factor and advanced age, Logan would still have defeated Jason easily due to the latter's lack of defense against the former's claws. Lastly, even though Jason is able to teleport, Logan's relatively massive intellect and experience advantage would negate such an ability's usefulness, courtesy of his battles against teleporting adversaries.