Sure did. But that doesn’t change the fact that “faking” opponent’s hit confirms has almost zero common practicality. For every 1 example of the “fake” being successful, I can show you 100 times where there was a safer, more practical option.
Seriously, are you trying to argue that risking a 1frame OTG move, having the first wave of kick’s miss, parrying the entire second wave of kicks, then punishing in some manner is a better option on wakeup than parry/block/attack/throw?
If you want to “fake” me out when I hit-confirm with Ken/Chun rather than play safe (read: smart), by all means. In fact, I would LOVE for you guys to “fake” my hit-confirms instead of playing safe, it just means more wins for me.
edit: I’m not trying to come off like an ass (although I’m sure I am), but you guys are seriously exploring some obscure, difficult, risky method of gaining the advantage when there are NUMEROUS options that are (a.) safer, (b.) easier, and (c.) can result in the same thing. I’m still not understanding why people are entertaining this notion.