This was originally posted over a year and a half ago, but what the hell...
Superman never goes all out. This is the problem with deciding who could beat him. Even when fighting for his life, he restrains himself. Take off those self imposed limits and you have a being who can drop tens of thousands of 50 megaton punches per second, each one landing with the fiery intensity of a universe being born. And as a being who surpasses even Batman's vaunted intellect and the ability to take in and process information at the speed of light, combined with a body capable of moving, acting, and reacting at those same speeds, he can land each punch from a different angle of his own choosing unless his opponent can move at similar speeds.
This is why Batman's Kryptonite Ring is a security blanket and no more. Superman can reduce Batman to a light-year long smear of subatomic particles before the realization that this was a bad idea makes it from one neural cluster to the other in Batman's entirely human mind.
Similarly, most of the others mentioned just don't have the speed, even if they have the strength and durability. There is a reason Captain Marvel and Black Adam are go-to guys for fighting Superman and other Kryptonians. They both have the strength, durability, speed, and intellect to keep up. Black Adam fights dirtier than Captain Marvel, which is why Cap sometimes seems weaker, but they really are equally matched.
I'm unsure how well the Green Lanterns would do. If the ring can boost their speed enough to compete, they have a chance. I am certain, however, that the Green Lantern with the best chance wasn't mentioned: Alan Scott. His ring is magical, which we all know is a specific weakness for Superman.
Icon was originally meant to be his universe's version of Superman, just as Majestic was his universe's version. Both have an excellent chance of matching Superman, especially Majestic, who was raised and trained as a warrior.
Spectre could end Superman if allowed the power to do so. His power is basically whatever The Presence wants it to be. If The Presence felt Superman needed to be put down, the Spectre could do it.
Any of the Endless could presumably do it as well, but they're anthropomorphic concepts as much as anything else. If Death decides Superman dies, he dies. End of story.
One last suggestion is Sodam Yat, especially when empowered as Ion. He's a Daxamite, with all Superman's powers, plus a Green Lantern ring on top of it. Add in the Ion Entity and Sodam Yat is basically a cosmic entity that never gets written as such.