I understand that you meant Dragonite and not Bisharp in the part I bolded, but you really should check these things before you post and that what your saying it is fact. As there have been many similar mistakes in the past. Iron Head doesn't 2HKO Mega Abomasnow, as I run HP EVs over Spe as the Spe EVs really aren't worth it on something that slow, but I guess I should have specified that so that's my bad. Regardless, with my Steel Abomasnow set it is a strong check to every Dragonite that doesn't run Fire Punch. It is also has Protect to scout for Fire Punches as they are far more common than you give them credit for. Hence, it is a good Dragonite check.Your avatar really does reflect your personality.
I'm not saying bisharp doesn't run fire punch, I'm saying that it always runs Earthquake. It can also run Iron head so no, it's not a good a check. There are better ones, and that's why I disagree with ranking him B.
Scyther does the same thing Dragonite does, other then that Dragonite boosts speed and attack.
Scyther isn't even bulkier than it, so why are you using it besides different coverage? If you really want bug + flying coverage with bulk use Mega Scizor. If you're actually really, really nitpicky and want a bulky steel + flying + bug type pokemon feel free, but that's why it's D rank.
0 Atk Mew Giga Impact vs. 0 HP / 4 Def Multiscale Dragonite: 28-33 (8.6 - 10.2%) -- possibly the worst move ever
0 Atk Mew Giga Impact vs. 248 HP / 4 Def Scyther: 64-76 (18.6 - 22.1%) -- possible 5HKO
I will not stop using Dragonite switch in as an argument. Dragonite in HT is comparable to Primal groudon in Ubers, and a pokemons viability takes Groudon into account now, why shouldn't Dragonite?
It's not going to stay in because it can switch out, Bronzong isn't difficult to deal with and it Dragonite is only able to 3HKO. I wouldn't. Basically: I wouldn't risk Thunderwave/toxic or something else.
You seem to be arguing against something to haven't actually read or understood again as I clearly stated that Scyther is more comparable to the Gliscor than Dragonite. Just because they both have a set up move doesn't make them instantly the same. Dragonite is mostly used as a direct win con and set up sweeper. Scyther and SD Gliscor are bulky pivots that can absorb hits, Knock Off items, and threaten to set up if the opponent gives them room. Scyther is in fact bulkier than Dragonite because A. Multiscale doesn't last forever, it only applies if Dragonite is full health. B. Scyther runs Eviolite to fulfill its role as its CB set is piss weak in OU. C. Scyther is more inclined to actually invest is
Defenses, as its boosts fast enough to not need investment, and has no need of immediate power.
'It's not going to stay in because it can switch out' is not an argument because we are talking about Bronzong! Why would a Dragonite switch out from a Bronzong? Bronzong is the biggest set up bait. Wtf is a Bronzong going to do to a Steel Dragonite? Other than of course Trick a Flame Orb, but Dragonite doesn't know its going to Trick a Flame Orb because it is a lure set! The only reason I revealed it was because it was inconsistant, as many times Dragonite is saved till towards the end, and given that it has no reliable recovery, Bronzong has either been worn down too much, or it has been dead weight all game. A lot of teams don't even run Steel D-Nite and the strat doesn't work half as well on other Dragon dancers like Gatr and Gyarados as they hit it super effectively with STAB. Fire Bronzong isn't good, it didn't work well, but D-Nite has no reason to switch. Toxic! You said Dragonite could be threatened by a Bronzong's Toxic!
Please read what people say and think before you post in future.
EDIT: Just noticed the Avatar slur at the beginning. What made that called for? That was directly personal and if you want it to be that way I would much rather you Private Message me as there is no need to flood the thread with salt again like earlier with the 'get. rekt' business and all that.