Patrick Chan and Carolina Kostner should not be even considered.
They are typical IJS skaters.
The question is
Who CAN dominate.....
Her Les Miz would not beat any of Midori's LPs in 1988, 1989, 1990. Not to mention a bunch of GP events.
I don't think she can beat Shiz in 2004 either.
A few of Michelle's 7 triples LPs would beat her in both tech and artistic.
Best ever? Hardly. Best this year, of course.
yes kim is really nothing, she dont even do 7 triples, also she have wrong edge 3F, dont do 3R etc. Of course, her artistry is nowhere near to Ito midori or Michelle. her all programs were weaker than Michelle's or Midori's all programs, in artistry and technically. how bad...
I think many people were refuted Mathman's post enough. now I want to talk about other skaters
I don't know about Kim beating Kwan, but Midori Ito would surely do extremely well under IJS. She would be getting the biggest GOE's on her jumps out of all ladies, she wouldn't be penalized for figures. Btw, she actually does, she won Masters Elite this year in Oberstdorf .
I also think Mao would somehow benefit from 6.0, because she wouldn't be penalized for URs and wrong edges but on the other hand I don't know if the lack of consistency woudn't hurt her.
It's like saying Ekaterina Goordeeva could dominate Women's Singles because she skates well, ignoring the fact she doesn't do all the triple jumps.
My contention is that Chan would fall less without the strictures of COP.
Under 6.0 he might have fallen less, but by the same token he might not have worked to develop his eye-popping edge skills.