Kashunowaka

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About Kashunowaka

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  1. Kashunowaka

    Questions on Ties

    You can include the kimarite in the search query.
  2. Kashunowaka

    Kotoeko intai. Now Oguruma-oyakata

    Must have been lots and lots of them. One that immediately comes to mind is moto-Oikari, Kabutoyama-oyakata who has been prominently figured in the Sumo Prime Time videos on kimarite.
  3. Kashunowaka

    Games Bugs

    Cannot enter ISP. Other sumogames.de work.
  4. Kashunowaka

    Haru 2024 Promotion/Demotion and Yusho Talk

    I was really just joking about the fact that it was Shimanoumi, who has escaped near-certain demotion so many times...
  5. Kashunowaka

    Haru 2024 Promotion/Demotion and Yusho Talk

    Come on, we all know that Shimanoumi doesn't need another win. It's Shimanoumi we're talking about.
  6. Kashunowaka

    Hatsu 2024 discussion (results)

    Yes, I might be misjudging it. But I still have the feeling that Churanoumi thought he had it in the bag but didn't finish the job properly, so perhaps he's the one to blame rather than Bushozan. Speaking of this, did you watch Shiden - Shirokuma in juryo? In that case, Shiden *clearly* gives up and Shirokuma squats to put his opponent down - on the tawara, so the bout isn't technically over. Luckily Shiden didn't "restart" the bout, he stepped out shortly after.
  7. Kashunowaka

    Hatsu 2024 discussion (results)

    In the Churanoumi - Bushozan bout, there was a weird sequence where to me it looked like Bushozan thought he was losing and started to ease up Churanoumi sensed that, thought he was winning and then *he* started to ease up on his pushing whereupon Bushozan got back into the bout, side-stepped and eventually won. I don't know, it felt slightly unsportsmanlike by Bushozan.
  8. Kashunowaka

    Terunofuji Practices!

  9. Kashunowaka

    Trivia bits

    The 10-5 promotions from M3e and M4w seem a little crazy, and resulted in a lot of over-promotions and under-demotions. Still, I wouldn't mind a little more generosity these days, when 10-5 at M2e could get you stuck at M1.
  10. Kashunowaka

    Kirishima's 2024 - going the next step?

    After getting the rope after Hatsu he can afford to go fishing now and then, so I don't think he'll get a 70+ score. Would be cool if he did though.
  11. Kashunowaka

    Makunouchi Yushos in 2024

    Kirishima (O) 1 Kirishima (Y) 2 Hoshoryu (O) 2 (non-consecutive) K'waka (O) 1 (also non-consecutive)
  12. Kashunowaka

    Atamifuji - the real deal?

    He did much better in Kyushu than I thought, but I think he will get a reality check in the next basho being ranked around M1 for the first time (like others before him). Then we'll see if he can adjust, or if the top-rankers adjust to him. I am on the fence.
  13. Kashunowaka

    Atamifuji - the real deal?

    So, 11-4 and a playoff loss, just like in Aki 2023.
  14. Nice one - I assume you mean Kotonowaka taking this as his shikona after promotion. Could happen!
  15. Kirishima Y Hoshoryu O Kotonowaka O Takakeisho Two yokozuna promotions in the same calendar year would be amazing. Hasn't happened since 1987, I'll stick to one.