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#1 Rijicho

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Posted 25 January 2007 - 14:31

Tokitenku & Daiyubu!

#2 aderechelsea

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Posted 25 January 2007 - 14:43

Tokitenku - biggest belly of all Mongolian rikishi


Ryuo and Maenoyu are the "Kings of Mongolian Bellies"

My "Virtual Heya" (Kyushu 2014): Kyokushuho 7-5, Tosayutaka 7-5, Shohozan 6-6, Tokushoryu 4-8, Toyonoshima 6-6, Ishiura 4-2

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Adopted rikishi: Sd85w Kaiho 2-4 

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#3 Jakusotsu

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Posted 25 January 2007 - 14:45

Ryuo and Maenoyu are the "Kings of Mongolian Bellies"

Ryuo is Mongolian?? (Laughing...) I will delete my post immediately and rather join Kintamayama's Belly Band...
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Posted 25 January 2007 - 15:07

I don't know anything about Tokitenku. He has surprising skills, which have quietly brought him up the banzuke. 8-7 at M2 last basho, should move him to M1, and almost totally un-noticed in doing it. Wins lately over Kotooshu, Kotoshogiku, Kotomitsuki, make seem Koto-proof. Beat Hakuho and Kisenosato. Quite solid. Funny that he beats these rikishi, loses to Takekaze.

Last basho didn't lose from day 8.

Not quite as strong as Ozeki/Yokozuna material, but seems right on power wise in Komosubi/Sekiwake area. Techically very good. Has amazingly quick reflexes, and is very athletic. Never notice it, since he is so un-noticeable.

Has a funny look. His face looks like it doesn't go in sumo.

Is he really that old? 27? He joined Ozumo in 2002 at the age of 23?

Very talented indeed. Only 24 months to Makuuchi debut. That is really remarkable, and surprising.

Has bounced up and down record wise, recently, mostly 8-7/9-6 but also 5-10, and 10-5.

Has been around upper Maegashira lately. Hardly noticed.
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Posted 25 January 2007 - 15:10

ok lets give it a go with DAIYUBU !!!!!!

Heya Shibatayama
Name Davaadorji Undrah
Shikona History Daiyubu, Daiyuchi
Date of Birth March 30, 1983
Place of Birth Mongolia
Height 190.0cm
Weight 116.0kg
Career record (01/07) 136-105-4
Highest Rank Makushita 8w (Hatsu 2007)

full career stats (thanks to Jakusotsu for the nice format)

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser							 
Natsu 2001	1	Jk31w  Daiyuchi	  tsuridashi	   Muraoka	   Jk32e
Natsu 2001	2	Jk31w  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Maruo		 Jk31e
Natsu 2001	3	Jk31w  Daiyuchi	  kotenage		 Hama		  Jk34w
Natsu 2001	4	Jk21w  Miyamoto	  oshitaoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Jk31w
Natsu 2001	5	Jk31w  Daiyuchi	  okuridashi	   Ishida		Jk28w
Natsu 2001	6	Jk31w  Daiyuchi	  hatakikomi	   Hokutotsukasa Jk50e
Natsu 2001	7	Jk26e  Musashiryu	tsukidashi	   Daiyuchi	  Jk31w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Nagoya 2001   1	Jd97e  Daiyuchi	  okuridashi	   Wakadaiki	 Jd97w
Nagoya 2001   2	Jd97e  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Maruo		 Jd96w
Nagoya 2001   3	Jd101e Kotsukasa	 yoritaoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Jd97e
Nagoya 2001   4	Jd97e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Hisanoumi	 Jd96e
Nagoya 2001   5	Jd89e  Asatakuya	 yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Jd97e
Nagoya 2001   6	Jd94e  Narahashi	 hikiotoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Jd97e
Nagoya 2001   7	Jd97e  Daiyuchi	  okuridashi	   Maenohana	 Jd99w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Aki 2001	  1	Jd76w  Azumahana	 yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Jd75w
Aki 2001	  2	Jd77w  Suginohana	shitatenage	  Daiyuchi	  Jd75w
Aki 2001	  3	Jd75w  Daiyuchi	  tsuridashi	   Yuminosato	Jd79e
Aki 2001	  4	Jd73w  Yashuyama	 uwatenage		Daiyuchi	  Jd75w
Aki 2001	  5	Jd75w  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Usui		  Jd78e
Aki 2001	  6	Jd75w  Daiyuchi	  tsuridashi	   Izumikuni	 Jd78w
Aki 2001	  7	Jd75w  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Hisanoumi	 Jd74e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Kyushu 2001   1	Jd51w  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Daibo		 Jd51e
Kyushu 2001   2	Jd51w  Daiyuchi	  hatakikomi	   Taiyo		 Jd52w
Kyushu 2001   3	Jd51w  Daiyuchi	  shitatenage	  Koryu		 Jd49e
Kyushu 2001   4	Jd47w  Okinoryu	  yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Jd51w
Kyushu 2001   5	Jd51w  Daiyuchi	  uwatedashinage   Koriki		Jd52e
Kyushu 2001   6	Jd51w  Daiyuchi	  yoritaoshi	   Nishisegawa   Jd57w
Kyushu 2001   7	Jd61w  Chojimaru	 yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Jd51w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Hatsu 2002	1	Jd16e  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Ryukiyama	 Jd15w
Hatsu 2002	2	Jd17e  Toyonohana	yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Jd16e
Hatsu 2002	3	Jd16e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Asahanada	 Jd13w
Hatsu 2002	4	Jd16e  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Kamakura	  Jd17w
Hatsu 2002	5	Jd15e  Daionji	   kotenage		 Daiyuchi	  Jd16e
Hatsu 2002	6	Jd23e  Tetsuhibiki   shitatenage	  Daiyuchi	  Jd16e
Hatsu 2002	7	Jd16e  Daiyuchi	  yoritaoshi	   Hoshihikari   Jd18e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Haru 2002	 1	Sd97w  Taiyo		 yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Sd97e
Haru 2002	 2	Sd97e  Daiyuchi	  yoritaoshi	   Kisomitsuru   Sd98w
Haru 2002	 3	Sd97e  Daiyuchi	  yoritaoshi	   Kasamaryu	 Sd95e
Haru 2002	 4	Sd96e  Ryukiyama	 sukuinage		Daiyuchi	  Sd97e
Haru 2002	 5	Sd97e  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Hoshizakura   Sd100
Haru 2002	 6	Sd100w Okinoryu	  yoritaoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Sd97e
Haru 2002	 7	Sd97e  Daiyuchi	  yoritaoshi	   Shinzan	   Sd96w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Natsu 2002	1	Sd80e  Daiyuchi	  ipponzeoi		Minaminoshima Sd79w
Natsu 2002	2	Sd81e  Tochisuruga   tsukiotoshi	  Daiyuchi	  Sd80e
Natsu 2002	3	Sd80e  Daiyuchi	  shitatenage	  Kainoyama	 Sd82w
Natsu 2002	4	Sd80e  Daiyuchi	  shitatenage	  Aomiryu	   Sd78e
Natsu 2002	5	Sd80e  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Fukutsukasa   Sd83e
Natsu 2002	6	Sd70w  Musashiryu	yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Sd80e
Natsu 2002	7	Sd72e  Mokonami	  shitatedashinage Daiyuchi	  Sd80e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Nagoya 2002   1	Sd64w  Koshinoryu	oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Sd64e
Nagoya 2002   2	Sd65e  Fujinokuni	hikiotoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Sd64e
Nagoya 2002   3	Sd63w  Enatsukasa	tsukiotoshi	  Daiyuchi	  Sd64e
Nagoya 2002   4	Sd64e  Daiyuchi	  shitatenage	  Fukutsukasa   Sd67e
Nagoya 2002   5	Sd64e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Mutsuhokkai   Sd68e
Nagoya 2002   6	Sd64e  Daiyuchi	  hatakikomi	   Asahiryu	  Sd67w
Nagoya 2002   7	Sd68w  Raiho		 oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Sd64e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Aki 2002	  1	Sd85e  Sadanishiki   yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Sd84w
Aki 2002	  2	Sd84w  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Umebayashi	Sd84e
Aki 2002	  3	Sd84w  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Oisami		Sd85w
Aki 2002	  4	Sd86e  Aratobi	   uwatenage		Daiyuchi	  Sd84w
Aki 2002	  5	Sd84w  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Danyu		 Sd82w
Aki 2002	  6	Sd84w  Daiyuchi	  yoritaoshi	   Satsukiumi	Sd80w
Aki 2002	  7	sd76w  Mokonami	  uwatenage		Daiyuchi	  Sd84w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Kyushu 2002   1	Sd67w  Daibanjaku	shitatenage	  Daiyuchi	  Sd67e
Kyushu 2002   2	Sd67e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Shinnishiki   Sd66w
Kyushu 2002   3	Sd67e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Koryuyama	 Sd66w
Kyushu 2002   4	Sd64e  Onowaka	   oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Sd67e
Kyushu 2002   5	Sd67e  Daiyuchi	  yoritaoshi	   Hotaka		Sd71e
Kyushu 2002   6	Sd65w  Kondo		 oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Sd67e
Kyushu 2002   7	Sd67e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Takao		 Sd62w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Hatsu 2003	1	Sd52w  Chiyotsukumo  sukuinage		Daiyuchi	  Sd 53
Hatsu 2003	2	Sd52e  Koryuyama	 hikiotoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Sd 53
Hatsu 2003	3	Sd53e  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Raiho		 Sd50e
Hatsu 2003	4	Sd53e  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Muranaka	  Sd51e
Hatsu 2003	5	Sd53e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Kaishin	   Sd56e
Hatsu 2003	6	Sd54e  Aratobi	   yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Sd53e
Hatsu 2003	7	Sd57w  Fukutsukasa   yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Sd53e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Haru 2003	 1	Sd72w  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Amanoumi	  Sd72e
Haru 2003	 2	Sd72w  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Chiyotsukomo  Sd71w
Haru 2003	 3	Sd69e  Taika		 utchari		  Daiyuchi	  Sd72w
Haru 2003	 4	Sd72w  Daiyuchi	  shitatenage	  Oito		  Sd75e
Haru 2003	 5	Sd76e  Yukitsukasa   uwatenage		Daiyuchi	  Sd72w
Haru 2003	 6	Sd72w  Daiyuchi	  hatakikomi	   Kainoyama	 Sd73w
Haru 2003	 7	Sd72w  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Kamakura	  Sd69w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Natsu 2003	1	Sd41w  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Wakakawashima Sd42e
Natsu 2003	2	Sd41e  Azumao		kotenage		 Daiyuchi	  Sd41w
Natsu 2003	3	Sd41w  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Taikanazawa   Sd40e
Natsu 2003	4	Sd41w  Daiyuchi	  hatakikomi	   Koshinoyama   Sd42w
Natsu 2003	5	Sd46e  Asanotosa	 oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Sd41w
Natsu 2003	6	Sd41w  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Toyohikari	Sd43w
Natsu 2003	7	Sd49e  Tamaaoi	   hatakikomi	   Daiyuchi	  Sd41w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Nagoya 2003   1	Sd28w  Daiyuchi	  uwatedashinage   Daihoyama	 Sd29e
Nagoya 2003   2	Sd28w  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Wakakasuga	Sd26w
Nagoya 2003   3	Sd24e  Asakiumi	  hatakikomi	   Daiyuchi	  Sd28w
Nagoya 2003   4	Sd28w  Daiyuchi	  yoritaoshi	   Kotokusuwaka  Sd32e
Nagoya 2003   5	Sd28w  Daiyuchi	  tottari		  Kainoyama	 Sd32w
Nagoya 2003   6	Sd28w  Daiyuchi	  oshidashi		Koryu		 Sd31e
Nagoya 2003   7	Sd28w  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Hokutoarashi  Sd38w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Aki 2003	  1	Ms48w  Rikiryuyama   yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms48e
Aki 2003	  2	Ms48e  Daiyuchi	  tottari		  Yoshio		Ms47e
Aki 2003	  3	Ms47w  Chiyohakuho   oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms48e
Aki 2003	  4	Ms49e  Kasugakuni	oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms48e
Aki 2003	  5	Ms51e  Tochinoyama   hikiotoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms48e
Aki 2003	  6	Ms48e  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Nanbara	   Ms52w
Aki 2003	  7	Ms57w  Sadanoshima   oshitaoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms48e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Kyushu 2003   1	Sd7w   Daiyuchi	  hatakikomi	   Goki		  Sd7e 
Kyushu 2003   2	Sd8e   Kasugakuni	yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Sd7w 
Kyushu 2003   3	Sd7w   Daiyuchi	  yoritaoshi	   Azusayumi	 Sd5w 
Kyushu 2003   4	Sd7w   Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Wakasuruga	Sd9e 
Kyushu 2003   5	Sd1w   Kitataiki	 oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Sd7w 
Kyushu 2003   6	Sd7w   Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Kirinowaka	Sd4w 
Kyushu 2003   7	Sd7w   Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Musashiryu	Sd4e 

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Hatsu 2004	1	Ms39e  Daiyuchi	  okuridashi	   Kyokuhikari   Ms39w
Hatsu 2004	2	Ms38e  Futasegawa	yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms39e
Hatsu 2004	3	Ms37e  Hochiyama	 yoritaoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms39e
Hatsu 2004	4	Ms39e  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Takahijiri	Ms41e
Hatsu 2004	5	Ms42w  Kotoshiiba	yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms39e
Hatsu 2004	6	Ms39e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Matsumidori   Ms36e
Hatsu 2004	7	Ms39e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Akinohana	 Ms40w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Haru 2004	 1	Ms32e  Wakatoryu	 yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms31w
Haru 2004	 2	Ms31w  Daiyuchi	  tsukiotoshi	  Kirinoumi	 Ms30w
Haru 2004	 3	Ms31w  Daiyuchi	  uwatehineri	  Takamihana	Ms32w
Haru 2004	 4	Ms28w  Hakurozan	 hikiotoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms31w
Haru 2004	 5	Ms29w  Furuichi	  oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms31w
Haru 2004	 6	Ms27w  Kyokunankai   hikiotoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms31w
Haru 2004	 7	Ms31w  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Tatsuyutaka   Ms35e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Natsu 2004	1	Ms41e  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Nodera		Ms41w
Natsu 2004	2	Ms41e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Yoshio		Ms40w
Natsu 2004	3	Ms41e  Daiyuchi	  susotori		 Kotoiwakuni   Ms38e
Natsu 2004	4	Ms41e  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Koryu		 Ms35e
Natsu 2004	5	Ms44e  Dairado	   oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms41e
Natsu 2004	6	Ms41e  Daiyuchi	  makiotoshi	   Yanagi		Ms47w
Natsu 2004	7	Ms27e  Senshuyama	oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms41e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Nagoya 2004   1	Ms26e  Akiyama	   yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms25w
Nagoya 2004   2	Ms27e  Toshinyama	oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms25w
Nagoya 2004   3	Ms25w  Daiyuchi	  tsukiotoshi	  Ashu		  Ms29e
Nagoya 2004   4	Ms25w  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Nakano		Ms21w
Nagoya 2004   5	Ms24e  Fujinokaze	yoritaoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms25w
Nagoya 2004   6	Ms28w  Oga		   hikiotoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms25w
Nagoya 2004   7	Ms25w  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Nishikikaze   Ms23w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Aki 2004	  1	Ms31w  Hakuba		hatakikomi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms32e
Aki 2004	  2	Ms32w  Shimatora	 oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms32e
Aki 2004	  3	Ms30e  Maenowaka	 shitatenage	  Daiyuchi	  Ms32e
Aki 2004	  4	Ms26e  Kitataiki	 okuridashi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms32e
Aki 2004	  5	Ms18e  Kirinowaka	yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms32e
Aki 2004	  6	Ms14w  Kakuryu	   oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms32e
Aki 2004	  7	Ms32e  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Asatoshi	  Ms50e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Kyushu 2004   1		   kyujo		 kyujo			kyujo			  
Kyushu 2004   2		   kyujo		 kyujo			kyujo			  
Kyushu 2004   3		   kyujo		 kyujo			kyujo			  
Kyushu 2004   4		   kyujo		 kyujo			kyujo			  
Kyushu 2004   5	Sd1e   Daiyuchi	  uwatedashinage   Shotenyu	  Ms51e
Kyushu 2004   6	Sd1e   Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Kainowaka	 Ms56w
Kyushu 2004   7	Sd1e   Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Tamaryoma	 Ms56e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Hatsu 2005	1	Sd15w  Musashifuji   yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Sd15e
Hatsu 2005	2	Sd15e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Chokozan	  Sd14e
Hatsu 2005	3	Sd15e  Daiyuchi	  yoritaoshi	   Mitanoyama	Sd13w
Hatsu 2005	4	Sd15e  Daiyuchi	  uwatedashinage   Fujimoto	  Sd13e
Hatsu 2005	5	Sd15e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Koshinoryu	Sd18e
Hatsu 2005	6	Sd15e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Shotenyu	  Sd21w
Hatsu 2005	7	Sd15e  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Hoshizakura   Sd16e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Haru 2005	 1	Ms38w  Daiyuchi	  oshidashi		Tooyama	   Ms39e
Haru 2005	 2	Ms40e  Hakuba		tsuridashi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms38w
Haru 2005	 3	Ms38w  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Yotsuguruma   Ms40w
Haru 2005	 4	Ms37e  Fujinokaze	oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms38w
Haru 2005	 5	Ms41e  Toshinyama	shitatenage	  Daiyuchi	  Ms38w
Haru 2005	 6	Ms35w  Sensho		utchari		  Daiyuchi	  Ms38w
Haru 2005	 7	Ms38w  Daiyuchi	  oshitaoshi	   Furuichi	  Ms36w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Natsu 2005	1	Ms47e  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Arawashi	  Ms47w
Natsu 2005	2	Ms46e  Yakigaya	  oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms47e
Natsu 2005	3	Ms49e  Yotsuguruma   oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms47e
Natsu 2005	4	Ms47e  Daiyuchi	  oshidashi		Musashifuji   Ms46w
Natsu 2005	5	Ms44w  Daitensho	 yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms47e
Natsu 2005	6	Ms47e  Daiyuchi	  shitatenage	  Omusashi	  Ms43e
Natsu 2005	7	Ms47e  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Tokinoboru	Ms50e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Nagoya 2005   1	Ms39e  Daiyuchi	  okurihikiotoshi  Kagaya		Ms39w
Nagoya 2005   2	Ms40w  Koryu		 tsukidashi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms39e
Nagoya 2005   3	Ms38w  Daisogen	  yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms39e
Nagoya 2005   4	Ms36w  Matsumidori   oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms39e
Nagoya 2005   5	Ms36e  Hoshikaze	 uwatenage		Daiyuchi	  Ms39e
Nagoya 2005   6	Ms45e  Tamao		 oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms39e
Nagoya 2005   7	Ms39e  Daiyuchi	  ashitori		 Tamaryoma	 Ms29e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Aki 2005	  1	Ms60w  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Tamaryoma	 Sd1e 
Aki 2005	  2	Sd2e   Maenowaka	 yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms60w
Aki 2005	  3	Ms60e  Teruazuma	 oshitaoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms60w
Aki 2005	  4	Ms60w  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Mitanoyama	Ms57w
Aki 2005	  5	Ms60w  Daiyuchi	  hatakikomi	   Shishio	   Sd2w 
Aki 2005	  6	Ms60w  Daiyuchi	  uwatedashinage   Asanotosa	 Ms57e
Aki 2005	  7	Sd3e   Satsumanishikiuwatenage		Daiyuchi	  Ms60w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Kyushu 2005   1	Ms52e  Daiyuchi	  oshidashi		Teruazuma	 Ms51w
Kyushu 2005   2	Ms53w  Maenowaka	 okuridashi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms52e
Kyushu 2005   3	Ms52e  Daiyuchi	  katasukashi	  Kazafuzan	 Ms55e
Kyushu 2005   4	Ms56e  Tochinoyama   oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms52e
Kyushu 2005   5	Ms52e  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Tachigami	 Ms51e
Kyushu 2005   6	Ms57w  Ashu		  shitatenage	  Daiyuchi	  Ms52e
Kyushu 2005   7	Ms52e  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Koshinoryu	Ms54e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Hatsu 2006	1	Ms42w  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Omusashi	  Ms42e
Hatsu 2006	2	Ms42w  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Kotohikari	Ms41e
Hatsu 2006	3	Ms44e  Kimenryu	  oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms42w
Hatsu 2006	4	Ms45e  Takahashi	 oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms42w
Hatsu 2006	5	Ms43e  Fujiryu	   yoritaoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms42w
Hatsu 2006	6	Ms42w  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Koriyama	  Ms43w
Hatsu 2006	7	Ms42w  Daiyuchi	  shitatedashinage Fujitsukasa   Ms48e

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Haru 2006	 1	Ms36e  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Wakasuruga	Ms36w
Haru 2006	 2	Ms37e  Fujiryu	   oshitaoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms36e
Haru 2006	 3	Ms34e  Bushuyama	 yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms36e
Haru 2006	 4	Ms36e  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Kotonomine	Ms38e
Haru 2006	 5	Ms33w  Sokokurao	 yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms36e
Haru 2006	 6	Ms31w  Takahashi	 yoritaoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms36e
Haru 2006	 7	Ms36e  Daiyuchi	  sukuinage		Kotokanyu	 Ms27w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Natsu 2006	1	Ms45e  Daiyuchi	  hatakikomi	   Satsukiumi	Ms44w
Natsu 2006	2	Ms45e  Daiyuchi	  tsuridashi	   Hokutokuni	Ms44e
Natsu 2006	3	Ms43e  Hayasegawa	oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms45e
Natsu 2006	4	Ms47e  Kazafuzan	 oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms45e
Natsu 2006	5	Ms46e  Kimenryu	  oshidashi		Daiyuchi	  Ms45e
Natsu 2006	6	Ms45w  Dewanosato	uwatedashinage   Daiyuchi	  Ms45e
Natsu 2006	7	Ms45e  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Tamao		 Ms42w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Nagoya 2006   1	Ms53e  Satsukiumi	yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms53w
Nagoya 2006   2	Ms53w  Daiyuchi	  sotogake		 Teruazuma	 Ms54w
Nagoya 2006   3	Ms53w  Daiyuchi	  katasukashi	  Asanotosa	 Ms51w
Nagoya 2006   4	Ms50w  Kirinoumi	 hatakikomi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms53w
Nagoya 2006   5	Ms53w  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Takanofuji	Ms54e
Nagoya 2006   6	Ms50e  Towanoyama	yorikiri		 Daiyuchi	  Ms53w
Nagoya 2006   7	Ms53w  Daiyuchi	  hikiotoshi	   Hokutoarashi  Ms58w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Aki 2006	  1	Ms44w  Koriyama	  oshitaoshi	   Daiyuchi	  Ms45e
Aki 2006	  2	Ms45e  Daiyuchi	  yorikiri		 Takanofuji	Ms45w
Aki 2006	  3	Ms45e  Daiyuchi	  uwatenage		Sokokurai	 Ms47e
Aki 2006	  4	Ms45e  Daiyuchi	  hatakikomi	   Shimada	   Ms43w
Aki 2006	  5	Ms45e  Daiyuchi	  hatakikomi	   Saita		 Ms40w
Aki 2006	  6	Ms45e  Daiyuchi	  tsukiotoshi	  Wakamiume	 Ms36w
Aki 2006	  7	Ms45e  Daiyuchi	  utchari		  Fukunaga	  Ms28w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Kyushu 2006   1	Ms19e  Daiyubu	   yorikiri		 Daisogen	  Ms19w
Kyushu 2006   2	Ms19e  Daiyubu	   watashikomi	  Kaonishiki	Ms20e
Kyushu 2006   3	Ms19e  Daiyubu	   yorikiri		 Kotokasuga	Ms18e
Kyushu 2006   4	Ms19e  Daiyubu	   yorikiri		 Fujiryu	   Ms23e
Kyushu 2006   5	Ms25w  Tochinoyama   oshidashi		Daiyubu	   Ms19e
Kyushu 2006   6	Ms43w  Kotokuni	  oshidashi		Daiyubu	   Ms19e
Kyushu 2006   7	Ms19e  Daiyubu	   yorikiri		 Yoshiazuma	Ms21w

Basho		 Day		 Winner		Kimarite		 Loser			  
Hatsu 2007	1	Ms8e   Kotokasuga	okuridashi	   Daiyubu	   Ms8w 
Hatsu 2007	2	Ms7e   Sugita		oshidashi		Daiyubu	   Ms8w 
Hatsu 2007	3	Ms5w   Miyamoto	  oshidashi		Daiyubu	   Ms8w 
Hatsu 2007	4	Ms8w   Daiyubu	   yorikiri		 Raiko		 Ms4e 
Hatsu 2007	5	Ms8w   Daiyubu	   uchari		   Hokutokuni	Ms10w
Hatsu 2007	6	Ms7w   Tochinoyama   hikiotoshi	   Daiyubu	   Ms8w 
Hatsu 2007	7	Ms8w   Daiyubu	   uwatedashinage   Asahimaru	 Ms6w

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He started his career with 7 straight KK (small ones) and he has 23 KKs and 12 Mks in general. He looks comfortable below Makushita 30 but lately he cranked up a notch his performances, getting a KK from Ms19 and then getting a decent MK (3-4) in his career high Ms8, in hte recent basho.

As a typical mongolian he has used once or twice some rare techniques to win. Minaminoshima should remember the ipponzeoi inflicted on him and he also has a couple of utchari and a susotori. He prefer uwatenage though.

My personal opinion on him is that he needs more weight around the belly to take it to the next level. Strong degeiko would also help much, since shibatayama stands really low in rikishi population ....

Edited by aderechelsea, 25 January 2007 - 15:37.

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#6 aderechelsea

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Posted 25 January 2007 - 15:15

Very talented indeed. Only 24 months to Makuuchi debut. That is really remarkable, and surprising.


let's not forget he started his career with 3 consecutive yushos and a 22-0 record. He also has a Juryo yusho.

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Posted 25 January 2007 - 15:27

I've been glad to see Tokitenku finally break out over the past year. Both he and heyamate Toyonoshima burned through Juryo around the same time with very impressive sumo (Tenku 8-7, 12-3Y; Toyo 11-4, 11-4 one basho later), but got stuck in lowest Makuuchi for a while afterwards to my surprise and dismay. For a while Tokitenku had the Hakuho disease...didn't always stay sharp and fight till the end to make sure he really won, and sometimes seemed to be lost when Plan #1 didn't work out. He seems to have junked those habits now and as a consequence he's looked like a much better competitor of late. Still uses plenty of leg-based trickery as he did early in Makuuchi but much more well-rounded in his sumo now. Komusubi debut should be just a matter of time...not sure if he has what it takes to become Sekiwake (other than through banzuke luck) especially given his advanced age, but I wouldn't be too surprised if he manages to turn into Kyokutenho V2.0. I certainly would like to see him as a quality joi-jin for another half-decade.

Oh, and he's the first and only sekitori to be both a foreigner and a collegiate rikishi. Double-plus ungood. (Laughing...)

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Posted 25 January 2007 - 16:49

Some old stuff

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Posted 25 January 2007 - 16:56

I guess this is called 'inter-racial' on the Internet

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Posted 26 January 2007 - 05:21

Apparently (according to Doreen Simmons) Tokitenku came to Japan to pursue a graduate degree, and got into sumo through the college, I believe. Point being that he was studying and sumo'ing at first. Much different then the other Mongolians who came for sumo.

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Posted 26 January 2007 - 05:30

These photos are from September 2004.

Todai Sumobu used to go there regurarly because they have many rikishi close to our level :-)

There is an old record about one such joint-keiko on their pages:
http://shibatayama.f...zatsugoto.html#

Now, one of our ex-managers works in the heya. Some office work I suppose.



I can proudly say the girl in the picture is my "ex-niece". (Sad goodbyes...)

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Posted 26 January 2007 - 07:08

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Isnt that ex makushita, current world amasumo chamipon daishouchi on the right there?

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Posted 26 January 2007 - 19:24

Apparently (according to Doreen Simmons) Tokitenku came to Japan to pursue a graduate degree, and got into sumo through the college, I believe. Point being that he was studying and sumo'ing at first. Much different then the other Mongolians who came for sumo.

Originally, Tokitenku had no intention of becoming a sumosan. He entered Mongolian National University of Agriculture after high school. That university had a sister school relationship with Tokyo University of Agriculture and he entered a sumo tournament to select "sports exchange students." Obviously, he was selected and transferred to the school in Japan. At that point, he still planned to graduate and return home to teach at his Mongolian alma mater. However, he won the collegiate championship for under-100 kg and got further interested in sumo.

He had known Asashoryu and Asasekiryu as teenagers training in an Ulaanbaatar judo club. He kept in touch with them when he was in Japan and decided just before he turned 23 (upper age limit) to join Ozumo. He had not yet completed his studies but he continued with his school work as a rikishi and received his degree a year or two later.

As others have mentioned, Tenku started out like a ball on fire, winning yusho in jonokuchi, jonidan and sandanme in succession starting with his banzuke debut in '02 Aki. Roho started one basho before him and won jonokuchi in '02 Nagoya and Kotooshu won jonokuchi in '03 Hatsu when Tenku won sandanme. That basho also saw then-ozeki Asashoryu win makuuchi yusho, Asasekiryu juryo and Kokkai makushita. Only a fellow named Toho prevented a gaijin sweep by capturing the jonidan title. Alas, four years later, he is still mired in sandanme.

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Posted 02 February 2007 - 14:33

aderechelsea-san

Thank you for Daiyuubu's full records. It's great!!! :-D




Todai Sumobu used to go there regurarly because they have many rikishi close to our level (Neener, neener...)


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Posted 22 February 2007 - 21:33

I can proudly say the girl in the picture is my "ex-niece". (Sad goodbyes...)


You dated your sibling's daughter?? Woah, that's creepy ;-)

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Posted 23 February 2007 - 20:42

Would it be better if he had used terms like "ex-cousin" or "ex-sister"? ;-)
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Posted 25 February 2007 - 21:00

Would it be better if he had used terms like "ex-cousin" or "ex-sister"? (On cloud nine...)

In some ways, yes. With the niece or sister that is creepy, with the cousin it is marginally more acceptable in most societies.

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Posted 01 March 2007 - 00:47

I'm not sure if I've understood you correctly but I'm fairly sure the young lady had no relation whatsoever to Petr.
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Posted 20 May 2007 - 10:15

What kind of off-topic crap has found its way into a featured rikishi-thread!! Featured rikishi-threads are holy.

Tokitenku has become very big man. He is now 150kg. It is now Natsu 2007 basho and Tenku lost today to Kotooshu after beating him three times in a row in previous basho.

Daiyubu is already 0-4 at high makushita rank so seems to need more time to have a decent shot at juryo promotion zone.
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Posted 16 June 2007 - 10:34

Back to the roots in this thread, Daiyubu could finish the Natsu Basho only with a 3-4, 3 straight wins in the last days but it seemed that he lost all the weight he put on before Hatsu Basho. So hopefully he has some big meals until Nagoya Basho starts.

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Tokitenku made his kachikoshi, but could not defeat any of the big guys this time besides Kotomitsuki. He should go up to Komusubi again and I hope he can stay there or climb a bit higher. He still is an ozeki candidate for me.

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 10:46

I revive this old topic because DAIYUBU GOT THE MAKUSHITA YUSHO and HE WILL BE A SEKITORI !!!!!

Edited by aderechelsea, 21 March 2008 - 10:54.

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Posted 29 March 2008 - 21:49

"Today is my happiest day," said Daiyubu as he was informed of his promotion to juryo. "I am glad I stuck it out with sumo." At the same press conference, his shisho, Shibatayama Oyakata said emotionally, "My faith in him and my strict guidance have borne fruit."

When he joined Ozumo, Davaadorji Undrah was 17 and weighed 72 kg, a skinny kid like another Mongolian in that class of Haru 2001--Hakuho. The oyakata had heard that the boy's maternal grandfather was a great yokozuna in Mongolian wrestling and felt he had the right lineage to become a good sumotori. Daiyubu has no sports experience so he found that "learning sumo was much more difficult that picking up the language or the customs."

Still, he rose up the ranks slowly but steadily until he was within range of sekitorihood last basho. After he won the bout that assured his promotion, he told the press, "It took a long time. I haven't been home to Mongolia in four years. The last time I was there, I told my family, 'I'll be back as a sekitori.' When I called home [with the news], my mother was crying out of joy."

The oyakata was on pins and needles all basho long. "It's a lot easier to be on the dohyo myself," he confessed. He was so concerned for his deshi that, towards the end of the basho, he would watch the bouts from a hidden spot on the third floor. "He might get nervous if he noticed me lurking about," said the considerate shisho.

"I have always stressed that the heya is a place to develop character and become a better human being [as well as a better rikishi]," said Shibatayama, who is known as a strict disciplinarian. "I don't know how many times I have to him to pack his bags and go back to Mongolia. He still managed to climb the banzuke because he learned forbearance, a quality that is so important in sumo."

Shibatayama Oyakata also has a reputation for being a Renaissance Man. Last year, he came out with a book on the "Sweets of Japan," introducing the best confectionary from all corner of the country. His autobiography, "Winning Even When You Lose," will be in the bookstores soon. His calm, self-assured delivery also make him a popular commentator on television. To celebrate the occasion, he designed a large 60-portion cake to serve to all the gathered media.


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The oyakata, practical as always, killing two birds with one stone. There is a poster for his new book in the background and the cake is decorated with a caricature of himself.


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