You can post all the stats you'd like, but I think it's pretty common sense to slap something that beats Gligar on most of your Pokemon. From the hysterical tone of all these posts, you'd think Gligar is coming in and KOing five full-health Pokemon with no difficulties. As for "one must run a Choice Scarf user with a super effective move, Bronzor, and a bulky Water-type / Pokemon with high Defense," that's factually untrue. However, what is factually true, as demonstrated by your calculations, is that Gligar is rather easy to revenge-kill. You are dismissing every one of the Pokemon you listed as "2HKOed," but are ignoring the fact that every single Pokemon you listed can easily OHKO Gligar. Hell, it doesn't even have to be a revenge kill since all your calcs are assuming that Gligar got his Swords Dance. That means you had a free turn to go to your Gligar counter or hit Gligar with some kind of move or something. And emphasizing JUST OFFENSIVE VARIANTS as if they are weaker is disingenuous. Also, if Gligar is constantly causing you to switch? Adapt and toss some random Ice moves on some of the guys Gligar would ordinarily force out. Gligar is FAR from an Invincible God, OHKOing All The Bulky Mons and Raping Our Fair Metagame... There are ways to beat Gligar not named Bronzor, and you listed a fair few of them. Even if "Scraggy conveniently beats all of them!!!" that doesn't reflect on Gligar. It also bears remembering that if Gligar doesn't OHKO you, there's a very good chance you can OHKO it, especialliy if it's an Acrobat variant. And if Gligar passes either SD or Agility to Scraggy, there are still numerous ways to easily deal with it. If Gligar manages to pass BOTH SD and Agility then, well, you really just deserve to lose.