No Ed vs Kimbley? Fair enough - the one who had the biggest score to settle with him was Scar, his final battle was with Alphonse and Kimbley antagonises pretty much everyone anyway. But I did find that the fight with Kimbley and the preceding tension were a crucial point in Ed's character development, the definite test of his resolve to get their bodies back without having anyone killed, either friend or foe. And Kimbley acknowledges Ed's determination in his little chat to Pride.
I guess in a way 'Kimbley vs the Elric Brothers' would be most appropriate - Ed never gets a rematch after the mine incident, but to me it seems that Alphonse was speaking both their minds when he tells Kimbley they are unwilling to compromise neither their principles, nor their desire to return their bodies.
FMA's entry on TV Tropes' Better Than It Sounds page:
Military specialist searches for a magic rock recipe to get his brother out of a can. In one version of the story, the rock is their father, in the other version the rock is us.
Or: Children see a Thing Man Was Not Meant To Know, run around country looking for another one.