Interesting discussion I hope you don't mind me putting in my two cent.
You know there is a reason why most stories only focus on a few core characters, because if you have too many ALL of the characters suffer never getting any development past their "foundation" I like the idea of complex stories but this story could use some explanation and simplification. Too many characters and plotlines creates holes in character development and plot; offen leading to certain plot points to be twisted, misused, or just forgotten. A main character simply allows someone for the story to work off of. IT gives the story consistency and keeps it from going all over the place. (Like this one)
Ever since 110, it seems like everything is starting to make sense. Maya's Amaterasu Gate is the key to stopping Souichirou from losing control, but she's dead in TenTen terms. It seems like unless Maya is revived before Souichiro fights again, the Jyuken Club and Enforcement Group if they're able to fight by that time, will have to stop him.
The only one closest to having a chance against Souichirou would be Aya with the Reiki. Masataka technically hasn't lost a straight one on one yet without any distractions, and Bob might be able to do something with his rhythm (maybe tire him out from doing nothing but dodging, but with a guy who doesn't run out of ki=highly unlikely). What I wonder is, if Masataka is out of the wheel of fate, wouldn't fighting Souichiro and getting involved in the war just throw him into the same position as Mitsuomi was?
At this point, I dont know anymore. Oh Great!'s biggest problem is that he can't seem to get away from Hyperboles when dealing with tenten. A lot of thing have been exaggerated throughout the manga so until we see how it ends, we cant really predict on what will really happen.