These are things I’ve discerned
-one was a hero-like strongman with a God given blessing
-one is the Son of God and consubstantial with him
-one was a Nasirite, consecrated from before conception to live a different lifestyle from most Jews
-the other a Nazarene, who had a very special kind of conception yet would live a lifestyle where he would get by and seem not really unlike any other Jew
-one used his God given physical strength to do conspicious feats that only could have been done with such strength
-the other consistently kept himself meek and tried to live a life demonstrating that meekness and the resulting love are some of the greatest blessings ever
-one revealed the source of his strength while being around a tempting someone (Deliliah) and got in trouble while leisurely sleeping before the event which eventually led to his death.
-one constantly said why he had the abilities and could do what he did but was meet with disbelievers. Near the end of his death the Evil one tried to tempt him,he was aware of what was being done and refused,all before his death.
-one was blinded by ppl glad to have had him captured and made into a spectacle
-the other was brutally tortured and the reception of him about to die was “mixed” to say the least
-one asked God for strength to destroy his captors and brought down a whole building with him
-the other said to God how they don’t know what they are doing and (I’m not sure in which Gospel) after he dies there’s a period of darkness and an earthquake which wrecks a temple .
-one uses his method of dying as mean to his own self-concerned end…and with some amount of indignation? (feel free to retort me on that:I feel like I’m missing seeing something about Samson’s importance anyhow,whether in Judaism or Christianity)
-the other dies with the purpose that his death is the ultimate form of charity for anyone who believes;all out of love in every true which way including others
One a boisterous strongman with a privileged life who did whatever he felt like with his gift and the other a seemingly inconspicious carpenter with abilities he always used for underlying purposes,knowing of the significance of his Messianic destiny…
It’s kind of like Samson can be said to represent a (“watered down”?) "reverse-"story of a saviour while the life of Jesus is the narrative of the making of an unmatchable saviour.
_ There’s probably more that can be digged in,there…would anyone else care to say a bit?