I remember when Kotooshu got his yusho that there was a discussion whether or not he would deserve the tsuna if he won a second one immediately after that. The general consensus was that there was no other choice if and only if the second one was zensho and the argument was his very bad sumo in the previous year. Now we have an ozeki with the best record in 2016 and we are still discussing whether he deserves to become a yokozuna. We choose to take only the previous tournament, consider a jun-yusho as negative to cry out loud, and ignore his performance before that. I see a major inconsistency here. We either give normally more emphasis on the last two tournaments and take into consideration the previous performance, or we ignore altogether everything before the last two tournaments. We cannot have it both ways. Ignoring the previous good performance but emphasizing the previous bad performance. Kisenosato well deserves to become a yokozuna and I dare a prediction: we will see several yushos after this one.