I don’t think that’s possible. Not if the A-groover times his attack directly after the CC flash correctly and uses a move with four or less frames of startup.
Remember that thread I made about a year ago? About “unblockable” CC’s? The CC’s aren’t really unblockable. I was just mashing d.MK so well if the opponenent wasn’t blocking at the time of the flash, he wouldn’t of been able to block at all.
I’ve proximity canceled Tiger Uppercut against Sakura’s and Bison’s random CC activations a bunch of times already, only to either have my uppercut go completely THROUGH them or to get stuffed clean. Keep in mind I’m in a neutral state before the CC flash, I only finish the motion after the I wait a second for the flash to finish, and I CLEARLY see my Tiger Uppercut animate.
The only reason Choi and Ino were uppercutting CC’s so well is because the A-groover’s using the CC’s weren’t timing their attacks properly. They were either using moves that were too slow (ie. Vega d.HP, Blanka d.MK) or leaving such big gaps that you can actually hold up after the flash and still jump away safely.
Now that everybody wants to copy the Japs and start their CC’s with short, I highly recommend to not try and DP an activation anymore. Just block instead. If counter activating yourself isn’t even free anymore, why go for a DP and subsequently get pissed when some A-scrub bullshit happens? (ie. Sakura stuffing your counter DP with her close fierce)