Nancy Kerrigan is such a bitch that I fully support anyone who wants to hit her with a tire iron. I mean, you shouldn't do that, but I sympathize with that compulsion.
From the little bit that I watched, Kerrigan seemed like a nice enough person that had moved on with her life. I thought her comment before the medal ceremony was kind of funny (in reality, the delay was for locating the winner's nat'l anthem, but she was told she was reapplying makeup because she was crying. Her response was "she's going to cry again when she gets her medal; what's the difference?"
Also, in listening to the "this is so corny" line she fed Mickey Mouse, it sounded like she thought flaunting her medal was tacky/non-subtle brag that she was uncomfortable doing.
I'm a bit younger than the incident. I remember tons of references to it in pop-culture growing up, but the last 15 minutes of the NBC special were the first I ever really listened to those involved talk and heard the "whole story." So I thought Kerrigan came off as likeable (or at least pretty darn well camera-trained compared to Tonya), but I am probably missing some insight that the older folks have.