It was a very tongue in cheek answer, and he admitted it as such, but people are nuts over power levels, so they went ahead and rolled with it. For instance, he also later said that Goku as a power level reference depends on what point in DBZ Goku is at, that is, a RGP (referential Goku point).
Juggernaut being compared to Majin Vegeta is amusing, for instance, in that it means that he was probably the strongest guy in the world's (Zoss') rival, but was so frustrated that he could never beat him that he decided to get a powerup from a more evil guy (Metatron), and that corrupted him, but even that wasn't enough to beat him.
See how easy that was?>>84476305
Given that Abbadon's said Solomon was trained in the deadliest martial art style in the multiverse, I'll wager that he uses he stays alive through a supreme regimen. Fitting for pride.>>84476677
I see what you mean, but a large part of the philosophy that KSBD is based on basically /is/ about how the world is contradictory. YISUN never was, yet he made everything. YISUN is nothing and he is everything. The world is a lie, but yet there is truth; to be is infinitely more difficult and flawed than to not exist, but doing so is still the best way to serve YISUN's will. We can go on all day like this.
That said, Abbadon has been pretty inconsistent at times (see: devils and demons, and how they've changed in the comic's progress). I don't really mind, though.