Sadly, we will never know because Mr Plod intervened before the claret flowed at the Norwich Sci-Fi and Film Convention at the University of East Anglia. The Con was organised by the Norwich Star Wars Club, but crashed by bitter rivals from the bitterly rival Norwich Sci-Fi club. They were put out because the Star Wars con had the temerity to invite a couple of Who actors (Graham Cole and Jeremy Bulloch) to sign autographs and do a few panels.
The rozzers were called after an 'assault', which unfortunately never got beyond harsh words between Mr Jim Poole, the Treasurer of the Norwich Sci Fi Club (dressed in club colours), an offsider dressed as the Fifth Doctor, and a bitter rival, from the rival club, who bitterly abused them. We can but hope he did so in character as either Chewie or Jabba.
I for one would have paid good money to see an all in light sabre vs sonic screwdriver show down, but Plod arrived, separated the troublemakers, and told them to knock it off.
"I was put in a police car. We were both interviewed by the police and told to stay away from each other," said Poole (pictured) who, unfortunately was not dressed as Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart at the time.
We can dream, however. And my money would be on the Star Wars geeks winning any geek on geek rumble, because they spend a lot more time batting each other across the head with light sabres and after giving up Venusian karate the Doctor went a bit Ghandi about violence anyway. The only possible way the Whovians could have won is if they had a platoon of UNIT soldiers on hand (whose rifles wouldn't have worked against the aliens anyway anyway, because they never do). Or Leela. Leela could have kicked some arse.
And if there was a half decent Princess Leia on hand we might then have scored some space girl on space girl action.
It could have been such an awesome youtube vid.