No kidding! The Tokyo GPF had the worst panel ever.
Hmm.... if Hersh was correct, it may prove that Yuna's Korean fans weren't crazy all along. I mean, he's not even Korean, so why on earth would he write about something that wouldn't technically even benefit him? I did feel that the rivary between Yuna and Mao was quite intense, and Yuna fans were always extremely protective of her. However, I also felt that Yuna was sometimes judged unfairly with overly strict standards as well. I absolutely believe that her edge calls and 3-3 downgrades were completely biased.
From what I understand, Hersh has been around for a while, and why would he go all of sudden insane (like some people say) and write about these conspiracy theories if he didn't feel that there were some truth behind it?
Honestly, if I were Korean, and trutly adored Yuna, I wouldn't even want her to fly all the way to Korea from Canada to attend this meaningless 4CC RIGHT BEFORE THE OLYMPICS. I just can't see the logical reasoning behind all this pressure, and perhaps Korean people should declare to boycott 4CC if KSU and ISU keep pressuring Yuna. lol. Mao herself (And Yukari) should be enough to attract figure fans at 4CC, just as GPF was successful with Yuna without Mao. We don't need this stupid rivary.
Also, I am sorry to hear that the same GPF tech panels will be at the olympics. Seriously, are they using the same tech who downgraded Yuna's 3-3 and also gave Yuna "e" before?
Yuna's 3-3 and flip are supported by numerous skaters and commentators, and I trutly feel sorry for her.
I saw this on youtube yesterday, and this is a clip of a famous Japanese commentator (Sano Minoru) saying that Yuna's 2009 GPF 3-3 jumps were perfect and everyone he knows believes so. (I think that's what he says, because with my little Japanese experience, I could translate about 80% of what he says, but there was also translation in replies. lol)
Anyway, I really hope ISU stop bothering Yuna already.
Last edited by figurejennah; 01-05-2010 at 01:46 AM.