Bad match ups?
I say none unless you’re in the final rounds of some huge tournament in which they’re hardcore players.
Yun’s Sa3 is easy to avoid with Ibuki. Before he has meter stay close and punish; Yun IS faster, but still Ibuki has the advantage IMO without his super. When he gets his meter; try to force it out of him; instead of letting him set you up for it. If he forces it; and doesn’t combo it in; then you’re in the clear; parry the first attack (which is almost always the dash punch thing from a far) then low block; and block from there. Also jumping backwards throwing short kunais will annoying alot of the Yun player base. (even doing the flip over him to sa1 will work if he’s activitated Sa3).
Ken? I think any and ALL shotos characters at this day and age are at the disadvantage. They’re too much like sharks; with no reason to change or evolve; people have been accustomed to the different styles. Everyone who plays 3s, knowns atleast alittle Ken; which makes fishing for parries, and just plain avoiding attacks that much easier. I’m sure everyone knows how to bait a DP or super from a ken by now…
Yang however, is abit annoying, only because people are more daring with him without using his super. Just find out which type of Yang they are and adapt to them; either they’ll always try to combo the roll kick to a super; or they’ll constantly go for cr.mk to slash punches. Also, if you parry the cr.mk that starts the slashing punches, you can punish them immediately…sooo it’s nothing TOO hard.
Chun; I’m also not seeing a big issue. Chun will either Turtle, or psuedo-spam. Most rely on air attacks on the go; then mainly they all depend on cr.mk to super, or the different variants for it…Chun’s explanation goes alot like Ken’s. Since she’s one of the more annoying characters in the game, everyone already knows her stuff and how to avoid it…so it’s not really a bad match up; it’s just execution. Bait, start a combo; follow through, back off. I find trying to attack chun on her wake is pointlessly risky; with Ibuki anyway.
Ofcourse all of this being completely opinion based on my part. I’ve no intention of checking charts on the match up’s though…those ARE completely opinion based; a chart that has to be updated on a game that’s a few years old…is not a reliable source of information IMO; the character’s haven’t changed since the game was released…wtf would the chart move for? (again that’s just my opinion so yeah, the ranting of a jackass are not to be taken seriously)