Posted 20 February 2012 - 06:32
"When you see someone in a white robe and a beard shouting that the time has come, run!!"
Ronald from the car-wash
Posted 20 February 2012 - 15:31
An article I saw mentioned something about amateur sumo too, but I'm not sure if it meant HE was doing it (or planning to) or whether he was simply planning to support it in his new role.
Edit: Right, I think it meant he will promote and support sumo in elementary and junior high schools. A total of 8,767 votes were cast, of which Saito received 846, the second-most among the 12 winners. He has been elected to a four-year term, at the end of which there is a possibility he will consider stepping up to national level. He weighs more or less the same as he did when he was in ozumo, which wasn't that much anyway. Apparently he was divorced in 2003, has a son and a daughter and got married again in 2009.
With his old Nichidai team-mate Takamisakari, shortly before the election:
Celebrating the win:
Future Prime Minister Saito:
Edited by Yubinhaad, 24 February 2012 - 21:42.
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