It’s important to remember that wild animals are not pitted against each other for entertainment, and such scenarios rarely occur in their natural habitats.
Leopards and eagles are both top predators in their respective habitats and play important roles in their ecosystems. Leopards are strong, agile predators that can take down prey much larger than themselves, while eagles are skilled hunters with sharp talons and beaks.
In the rare event that a leopard and an eagle were to come into conflict, the outcome would depend on a variety of factors such as the size and strength of each individual, the environment in which the conflict takes place, and the behavior of the animals involved.
However, it’s important to remember that in nature, animals generally avoid unnecessary conflict as fighting can result in injury or death, and may negatively impact their chances of survival. So it’s unlikely that a leopard and an eagle would engage in a fight to the death without a very good reason.