This fight is between two deadly operatives. It's Alexander514 ghostly assassin of the Cadre of Immortals against Adaptable assassin for hire.
Not much is know about the assassin known as Wraith, his name, age, date of birth is a mystery he's a ghost and it is that very reason he is dangerous.
Powers and Abilities.
League of Assassin Training.
Trained by the League of Assassins in the early 1900s, Wraith is likely to be considered a truly skilled warrior, martial artist, marksman, archer, and skilled in the use of poisons and other arts of murder. Likewise, Wraith has demonstrated himself to be a master of stealth, infiltration (including lockpicking), and explosives.
A truly capable tracker and survivalist, Wraith has shown himself fully capable to live in a variety of environments with little to no supplies. If compromised, he often will flee deep intot he wilderness to disappear where few others can follow. This tactic is how he earned the League name 'The Wraith' after fleeing into a Turkish forest where he survived for months afterward, killing off all those who entered the forest looking for him, earning him the name 'Wraith of Belgrad Forest'.
Peak Physical Conditioning.
If he is not enhanced through some sort of cybernetic, mystical, or metahuman means then the Wraith is a highly capable physical specimen.
The Ikon Suit is a gravity sheath, a point defense system which creates a gravitational tidal effect: the greater the surface area, the weaker the defense shield. The suit is virtually impenetrable against anything around the size of a human fist. It is controlled by gestures — along with the EEG (Electroencephalography) leads in the helmet. By overclocking the system, one can create dimensional distortions which allow the wearer to slip in and out of this dimensional frequency, allowing them intangibility and short distance teleportation. The suit also has a sophisticated A.I. programmed into it. This suit was originally designed by David Isherwood, an engineer at LuthorCorp. The suit went missing in 2015. It was believed to have been stolen by Deathstroke but we now believe that Wraith was responsible for not only the theft of the armor but also the murder of Dr. Isherwood.
Nth Metal Bodysuit.
In order to keep his mass stable while using the dimensional shifting properties of the Ikon Armor, Wraith seems to have had a suit fashioned with a weave which incorporates Nth Metal, Promethium, and some other unknown components. This suit provides no physical protection (at least anymore than a typical piece of clothing made of, say, leather) but it can have some interesting effects due to the transdimensional stability properties of Nth Metal.
Enchanted Adamantine Sword.
Wraith seems to call this weapon his "Godkiller". The weapon seems able to hurt most beings due to a mystical enchantment.
The exact limits or nature of Wraith's longevity have yet to be discovered.
Chink in the Armor: Hacking.
The Ikon suit has a major drawback: the suit's programming can be manipulated by anyone with the master programming codes.
Chink in the Armor: Intertron.
Another fault point of the Ikon is it's Gravity Sheathe can be disrupted and penetrated by Inertron, a heat and light absorbent material that has anti-gravity properties which easily enable it to penetrate it's point defense shield.
Chink in the Armor: Power Concerns.
Yet another flaw in the Ikon suit is that overclocking the system to intentionally cause its unstable dimensional shifting abilities can cause serious physical damage to the wearer. To combat this, Wraith wears a bodysuit with a special Nth metal weave that stabilizes his personal dimensional stability. However, the same Nth metal that protects him also makes his dimensional bubble more unstable as Nth metal resists dimensional shifting and therefore Wraith's dimensional shifting has a drastically reduced period of operation. If one could cause him to have to keep the dimensional shift up for too long, it could drain the battery and leave his suit with little to no power remaining which would severely limit his more incredible capabilities.
Tony Masters (a.k.a. Taskmaster) possesses the ability to absorb knowledge and instantly replicate the combat skills of anyone he observes. He has used these skills as a teacher to many super villains, henchmen, and even some heroes. In order to clean his record, he started working for the U.S. government as a combat instructor. Due to a set of events, he was ultimately put in as sheriff of the criminal island known as Bagalia. He currently serves as Madame Hydra's personal bodyguard.
Powers and Abilities.
Taskmaster has what he calls "photographic reflexes". After seeing someone perform an action once, he can perfectly copy the action. He has used this ability to copy the fighting styles and skills of many heroes and villains, mixing them up and turning them into his own style. The people he has copied styles/skills from include: Beast, Black Knight, Black Widow, Bullseye, Captain America, Cat, Daredevil, Deadpool, Elektra, Hawkeye, Hulk, Iron Fist, Mister X, Ms. Marvel, Porcupine, Photon (Genis-Vell), Puma, Punisher, Quicksilver, Razorfist, Scarlet Witch, Shang Chi, Silver Samurai, Spider-Man, Swordsman, Thing, Thor, Tigra, Toad, Vision, Wolverine, Zaran, Blazing Skull, Luke Cage, Ant-Man (Lang), Boomerang, Cable, Justice, Machete, Oddball, and Libra. (In crossovers he has learned the skills of Batman and Huntress but it is unknown if he retains them in the normal Marvel Universe). This is just a short list, but it is impressive.
He can only mimic actions to the extent that his body will allow. For example, he can copy the way Spider-Man fights, but can't copy his super strength. He can copy the way Daredevil moves to avoid danger, but he can't copy his radar. He can copy the fighting style of Deadpool but can't copy his unpredictability and healing factor. Copying skills doesn't give him an understanding of what is needed to do them either. He could copy a famous pianist's performance, but wouldn't be able to read sheet music. In a flashback he demonstrated something like this: when he was a child, he almost drowned after perfectly duplicating a swimmer's dive, forgetting that he couldn't swim.
Taskmaster has said that he finds Moon Knight's style of fighting annoying, as Moon Knight would rather take a punch than avoid it. To add to his abilities when he can't find someone to watch, Taskmaster uses the television. He watches movies and TV to study super-humans, athletes, stunt-men, archers, soldiers, wrestlers, etc. In this way, he has gained a wide range of combat as well as acrobatic skills including aerial acrobatics, gymnastics, boxing, martial arts (all the ones presently used and some historical ones), wrestling, swordsmanship, marksmanship, archery, car-jacking, and sleight of hand. By watching a video in fast forward, Taskmaster picked up the ability to move in "double time", giving him super speed for short periods of time. He also learned how to catch bullets during his mini-series.
Another skill Taskmaster has that is unconnected to his photographic reflexes is his ability to mimic voices. With just a couple hours of practice, Taskmaster can fully mimic another person's voice and speech patterns, a tool he uses for impersonation and breaking voice-activated locks.