Who would win a fight an elephant or rhino?

This was actually an existing problem in real life. According to an article in The Seattle Times, in 1994, at the Pilanesberg Game Reserve, zoologists observed raging young bulls in musth (the elephant version of the rut, or mating season), with no older males to keep them in line, turn their aggression on rhinoceroses. Because the aggressive elephants were much larger, stronger, and equipped with longer tusks, they easily slaughtered the hapless rhinos. Since then, the killings have stopped, but ten rhinoceroses died, and five more were seriously wounded.