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  1. Oosunaarashi to join Rizin MMA

  2. Live Streaming - Nagoya 18

    Yes, it is a live stream that has apparently been kept hidden from the general population here. Strange, as it had 750+ views today in just mid-makuuchi. It seems I upset some secret pact to not reveal the steam on SF. Even got myself a warning from another mod. Oddly enough I was never initiated into said secret society. Happened upon the stream by chance. Most here probably know about it already, but on the off-chance they don't, it's another option.
  3. Live Streaming - Nagoya 18

    Another option has appeared. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlQOW3o3XgA
  4. Nagoya Basho 2018 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    Which is why the fans deserved a tori-naoshi. There was no clearcut victor, neither was being passive.
  5. Stunning News from Thailand

    Thai cave rescue operation ends with all 12 boys safe https://www.theguardian.com/news/2018/jul/10/thailand-cave-rescue-team-begin-operation-to-free-last-of-trapped-boys
  6. Nagoya Basho 2018 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    It was the match of the day I thought.
  7. Will Hattorizakura get his second win during Nagoya?

    An odd match, but a win is a win.
  8. Kisenosato Kyujo

    It is possible his gambling problem is similar to the former Takatoriki's.
  9. Paper copy of the banzuke for Nagoya 2018

    There's no need to shout.
  10. Paper copy of the banzuke for Nagoya 2018

    Ah yes, the inscrutable English. You're a funny guy.
  11. Paper copy of the banzuke for Nagoya 2018

    LOL! Superb is a cut above more often than not pretty good.
  12. Paper copy of the banzuke for Nagoya 2018

    Japan Post has superb domestic service. I suspect the problem is that once mail destined for international addresses is transferred to the care of other postal services, the lesser standards of those services is responsible for the delays and disappearances.
  13. Preparations of the Y/O- July 2018

    But we'll never know for how much longer. Akebono made a sudden decision to retire after winning a yusho the last tournament he entered. Injuries shortened Takanohana's and Musashimaru's fighting days. It's not an uncommon story. I suspect part of HMF's decision to retire in the middle of a scandal where it was even money as to the outcome regarding punishment was that a part of him was ready to retire anyway. Asahifuji - done at 31 Hokutoumi - done at 28 Onokuni - done at 28 Kitanoumi - done at 31 *Takanosato - done at 33 Mienoumi - done at 32 **and the great Chiyonofuji done at 35, pushing 36
  14. Preparations of the Y/O- July 2018

    He's got more problems than just the injury. He just turned 32... Takanohana - retired age 30 Akebono - retired age 31 Musashimaru - retired age 32 Asashoryu - retired age 29 Harumafuji - retired age 33 The clock is ticking.