Actually, now that I think about it, the more and more I think that Komamura stands a chance against this stern ritter, and for a few reasons.
We know how Komamura's bankai works. It is a mirror image of the user of the bankai and mirrors the movements. Once damaged, the user will also obtain damage to themself.
The reason why Komamura has survived is because of his durability throughout the arc. But now lets see how this fight could go.
We've seen Komamura's shikai as being deceptively fast. He could attack from anywhere and his sword can pretty much appear anywhere as well. Take the fights of soi fon vs komamura and tosen as example. Using this powerful shikai, he can cut his bankai that was stolen from him, thus, giving damage to the stern ritter.
While I think someone stated Komamura doesn't have good mobility, he has shown shunpo when blocking poww's fist during FKT arc, which means he can most likely manoveur around his bankai.
Then their's the fact that he's insanely strong. He was able to lift a creature heavier than a menos grande with ease over his head. I can expect he could do the same with his bankai.
And then there's the whole mirror movement thing going on. If quincy use arrows (as uryu stated), then if Bambietta was to try and make an arrow, Tengen would do the same motion right? That means that the bankai would be off balance and open for an attack, allowing Komamura to get a hit in. At that point I can see Bambietta giving up on using the bankai, and Komamura can then use it in battle against her in her final quincy form. And Komamura knows how to use his bankai much more effectively than a person who just obtained it, so he would be able to use the tricks of Kokojo Tenken Myoo to his advantage.
And yeah, now that I look at Hitsugaya, he hasn't actually won any fights, has he? The only reason he temporarily beat Harribel was because of a technique that he couldn't even control properly.
Yes, Furosuto means Frost in Japanese.