What the producers of JP3 called "a great idea", I call rape on a beloved work of art...
Ever since I was a little kid, eager to see the third Jurassic Park film and the new Spinosaurus (I still love the Spino, and I was even digging that new logo for the film, though JP3 ruined it all for me), and watching that dreadful fight that carelessly killed off and attempted to replace the beloved and revered icon of the franchise, even prompting me to speak out loud in shock, anger, confusion, and just utter disappointment "They killed Jurassic Park!" (the absence of the T-Rex was surely felt throughout the film, and admittedly JP3 very much rendered the franchise dead for over a decade), I've been waiting for a rematch to happen, and only with the beginning of the new Jurassic World trilogy did the opportunity arise and I was encouraged to work for it to happen, and undoutbedly it's more likely to happen today than ever before, especially considering;
(1) the JP3 logo was replaced with the T-Rex instead of the Spino; (2) the T-Rex returned to the main franchise logo; (3) the original T-Rex smashed a Spino-skeleton before defeating the T-Rex/Raptor-hybrid called Indominus Rex, which was seemingly much more dangerous than the Spino, and reclaiming the throne of her franchise with a mighty victory roar; (4) Jack Horner admitted the T-Rex would win against the Spino (also noting that in JWE we see the Spinosaurus killing a Maiasaura, sort of making an insulting joke about the dinosaur Horner pitched for JP3 taking down another dinosaur attributed to Horner); (5) Colin Trevorrow sympathized with the fandom asking for a rematch; (6) and a rematch was actually planned for Fallen Kingdom in the gyrosphere scene where Rexy would slaughter the JP3 abomination, but the Spino was replaced with a Carno, and probably because it wasn't the right time nor place to have the rematch happen, especially with everything else that was going on during the film it would seem like a bit too much, though clearly demonstrating the rematch to being taken very seriously, especially in how the T-Rex is being increasingly re-established as the superior monster of the franchise (such as repeatedly dominating and brutally killing Spinos in the game Jurassic World Evolution), and they might indeed be saving the rematch for the 20th anniversary of JP3 in 2021 when Jurassic World 3 is finally released, which would be very fitting, making a clear public statement, fully re-establishing the T-Rex Kingdom, satisfying and unifying the fandom again and ending that whole stupid never-ending T-Rex vs. Spino debate once and for all and we can all finally move on in a more meaningful and fulfilling sense.
It would certainly make up for a lot in regards to my negative experience with JP3, even making it more tolerable and enjoyable, especially (when throwing a marathon of all the films) knowing that it will all be made up for in later films. JP3 did quite a bit of damage in leaving the audience with a very bitter experience which would not be forgotten (causing various groups and petitions to arise in support of a future rematch), and deceiving and encouraging many people into becoming the Spino-fanboys of today arguing that Spinosaurus was supposedly the bigger, badder, and stronger animal when compared to Tyrannosaurus and would even be known as a T-Rex killer, when in reality it was the exact opposite. Sure, some Spino-fanboys might complain for a little while, but it will all be over soon as they realize they ain't got much to complain about and it's all in vain. It should not be avoided. The rematch must happen, and very probably will happen. No team-ups, no draws, the Spino has to die in Rexy's jaws.