I COULD BE BANNED!
Daisies has a point since we're making extremely hasty judgements and spurring a discussion in a direction that isn't necessary at the time (even using gimmicks like Fury Cutter to justify broken-ness), causing a mild bandwagon effect. Also, this is pif we're talking about. As good of a player he is, he hasn't been on the mark per se with his perceptions of what needs to be banned (i.e. U-Turn/Volt Switch, Scald, Lucario, Hydreigon, etc.). Take whatever pif suggests with a grain of salt.And how about people like you stop trying to derail or avoid the discussion? This isn't your typical topic someone brought up out of nowhere to trigger people for the shits and giggles, this is an issue which has been discussed and has been shrouded in controversy for a solid year. pokeisfun and I have already explained that not suspecting because of UU Open is a flimsy excuse at best. If not just UU, but ANY tier leadership held off on suspects and tiering decisions just for tournaments, the collective suspect count for the entirety of the main Smogon tiers from the beginning of SM would be like, 2 or 3 and all the tiers would be unplayable messes because nothing was able to be suspected solely because people were afraid of disturbing the tournament scene. Besides, anyone who's competent enough to play in the Open surely can build some new teams in the advent of a Scizor ban.
Now, we obviously don't have to do one suspect after the other in a non-stop marathon (we haven't reached quite the extreme level of centralization that PU had before they banned Archeops and Magmortar), but in the meantime while we wait for the metagame to settle, what's the big deal in just discussing? Discussions and argumentations on the topic are fun, and they'll allow the entire playerbase at large to be more prepared when the suspect finally DOES come.