High so who do you think would win in a fight? Sauron or Fingolfin.
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Sauron. No elf, not even a lord of the house of Finwe, could stand before the might of a Maia. The only reason Galadriel could resist his influences as well as she did was because she was in possession of Nenya, one of the Three Rings of the Elves. Come to think of it, the same holds true for Elrond, as he had Vilya.
Hot take: Fingolfin. More or less every time we see Sauron enter physical battle, he loses. It's clear that he's not a fighter. He fell to Huan, fled before Eonwe, and only fought Gil-galad and Elendil when there was no other way out--and even then they slew him, though they died in the process. The greatest Noldorin warrior of all time could very likely take Sauron in a straight duel. It's in treachery, manipulation, and deception where Sauron truly excels.