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  1. I'm pretty sure Max would have a fanboy moment, and I would not blame him (though he'd probably be able to reel himself in better than any of us afterwards).
  2. Well, we know that Yuzu sometimes lies. Not really lie, but withhold certain information until he feels he's ready. In an interview at the end of the 2016-2017 season, he was asked whether or not he was going to put in a 4Lz, since he was practicing it at the gala, and he denied it. And guess what appeared during Olympic season? But it's definitely his prerogative to reveal however much he wants about his training. I'm not particularly concerned by it. For as much as he withholds certain things, he is also very clear and vocal about his dreams and goals. He said he was going to la
  3. Speaking of Nam and Romsky, your comment reminded me of them talking about how scary it is to skate after Yuzu This was from a couple months ago, so many of you may have seen it already: https://www.reddit.com/r/FigureSkating/comments/h7exdd/how_universally_terrifying_it_is_to_skate_after/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3 (EDIT: I pasted the clip as a link instead of embedding, because it kept autoplaying.)
  4. Max talks about Yuzu and how much he enjoys commentating. Says he first saw him at Junior Worlds and fell in love at first sight after seeing his huge 3A. Truly an OG fanyu. Oh, and apparently, Angelo's a coach now. This post has been tagged by yuzuangel as [NEWS].
  5. Nam puts down Pyeongchang Seimei for most memorable program, and Yuzu and Javi as athletes he admires One of the comments says that Kolyada also put down Yuzu and Javi. Love to see these two receive so much respect from actively competing skaters. This post has been tagged by yuzuangel as [NEWS].
  6. I don't know if this has been shared yet, but here is the ESP ITA commentary of Yuzu's WC21 SP. This post has been tagged by yuzuangel as [NEWS].
  7. Care to give a list so I know who to watch out for? No pressure, of course.
  8. Thank you so much! I'm currently watching all of them, and my eyes have never been so blessed. Also, I love your channel name
  9. On a completely different topic, this has probably been done before, but I just wanted to see if I could rank Yuzu's senior programs. I'd be curious to see you guys' list, too, because I think my preferences reveal a little bit of my personality My top ten favorite Yuzu senior programs, including exhibitions: Notte Stellata Seimei Chopin Ten to Chi to Hope & Legacy Requiem of Heaven and Earth Parisienne Walkways Romeo & Juliet I Otonal Let Me Entertain You Honorable mentions: Let's Go Crazy, Hana ni
  10. Hi, I totally understand how you feel. Unfortunately, with the Olympic season on the horizon, everything will start to ramp up--good and bad. My advice for you is to know that it's okay to take breaks and leave anything figure skating, or even Yuzu-related content, if it'll help. It's okay to disengage. I usually try to not get caught up in anything on Twitter that will make me angry or sad, because it's better for my mental health. There will always be people trying to disparage Yuzu and his fans, saying all fanyus are deranged, dismissing anything they say as hate, and god-forbid if you try
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