That one Jedi being Revan, his former master whom had grown even stronger since there last confrontation.
And if finally accepting the truth is pathetic then so be it, but at least he was not in denial as Kun was that he could escape his inevitable destruction and that embracing the darkside was worth the rewards.
I thought the battle between Revan and Malak possessed immense gravitas and meaning and Malak's death was both satisfying yet saddening. I wouldn't have had it end any other way.
Revan clearly could not handle thousands of Jedi at once. Actually our characters also kicked his *** in the Foundry.
Sith should be eager to kill and surpass their master, but Malak turned to a weak man in the end. A true Sith should try the best to fight back, at least not lose the spirit.