Faustonowaka

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    KaioU in Tokio

    (Oops! ) If you could be so kind Two options indeed, didn't notice it myself...
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    Happy Birthday Sumofan

    Gefeliciteerd, Bruno!! (First prize...) (First prize...) (First prize...)
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    English

    Yeah, you're right, 1990! note: the match ended in a DQ win for hogan!! (First prize...)
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    Kaio's record in Kyushu

    12-3 jun-Yusho it is how 'bout a new poll: KaioU's record in Hatsu anyone? (First prize...)
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    Kaio's record in Kyushu

    Let the beast go!
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    The Senshuraku Rikishi Talk

    True, KaioU had the best year of his career (with 69 wins), with his worst record at 10-5, a Yusho and 2 jun-Yusho. If he can maintain his form in 2005 and doesn't get injured he has a MAJOR chance of getting the tsuna. At least he didn't lose his composure this tournament, 12 wins is still great, and knowing he gets another chance in Hatsu gives us a little hope... Keep on going, U!!
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    Asashoryu's technique

    The match continued a little later and Tochiazuma won http://www.banzuke.com/~movies/hatsu2002/d...or_tochiazu4.rm
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    Kitanoumi lays out the conditions-U and Sato

    ALL Basho are interesting!
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    English

    I'm not kidding, I REALLY picked up English watching WWF on Eurosport. What's more, one of the first matches I remember is the following one: HULK HOGAN vs. THE EARTHQUAKE (Summerslam 1994 or 1995) Both pretty well known in Japan I believe (Applauding...)
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    Yokozuna Kaio?

    Well, at least KaioU had the best Yokozuna run anyone has had in the past 2 years, and I am convinced he WILL get promoted after January if he gets at least 13-2, regardless a Yusho. Still feel sorry for him, so close...
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    Footballing quotes.

    EXCELLENT (Applauding...) (Sign of approval) ;-)
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    English

    How about Belgium??? Movies here are never dubbed, only cartoons are. I picked up English watching WWF on Eurosport!! What a clothesline, that must have hurt!!
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    Hakuho defeated Asashoryu!

    The result of this bout makes the tournament very interesting!! Let's see how Asa reacts to his first loss: will he be able to defeat Wakanosato, Chiyotaikai and KaioU and clinch his 5th Yusho this year? Will Hakuho maintain his form and snatch away the Yusho? Will KaioU remain focussed,win all his remaining bouts and force a 4-way kettei-sen (KaioU, Asa, Wakanosato, Hakuho) thereby ensuring his Yokozuna promotion? Will Wakanosato be able to defeat the yokozuna and roll to the surprise Yusho, earning Ozeki promotion?
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    BasketBRAWL

    Just one thing I'd like to say: I play basketball (on a pretty low level, but still) and I too find what happened in Detroit a disgrace for the sport. But that's no reason to begin and hack on the sport like it is played by idiots and is inferior. Remember that NBA players are excellent athletes, they have to play 82 games in a span of 6 months and it takes a LOT of training to get there. I agree they are overpayed, but if I was offered a $ 5.000.000 contract I would sign it!! I can understand that someone loses it (like Artest) but how would ANYBODY react in this situation??? And an other thing: to my knowledge, this is the first time such an incident occured in basketball. Compared to soccer, where fans go out and destroy bars, cars and assault people who have nothing to do with the sport (and believe me, as a policeman I have seen that more than enough)... I have respect for all sports, even those of wich i know NOTHING at all, because I know how difficult it is to reach the top in ANY kind of sport and will not go and say idiot things about something I now nothing of (eg. all snooker players are gay or all cyclists use drugs,... or something moronic like that). It happened, they got punished, get over it!! GO KAIOU (Applauding...)
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    Hakuho vs KaioU

    Hakuho wins by yoritaoshi, forcing KaioU to win all his remaining bouts if he wants to become yokozuna (not going to happen after this loss if you ask me) Great match (No, no, no...)
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    Extra maegashira slot

    Just wondering. Will there be an extra maegashira slot (m17 West) because of Musoyama's retirement?
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    Hakuho vs KaioU

    Easy oshidashi/yorikiri win for KaioU (In a state of confusion...)
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    Kensho Standings (Kyushu 2004)

    Yes, KaioU with 13-1 versus Asa with 14-0 on the last day. KaioU wins, putting up a kettei-sen, in wich he demolishes Asa and gets the well-deserved tsuna, whilst the crowd goes wild, zabuton all over, people coming up and destroying the dohyo and Asa is forced to sign a contract that states he will be fired if he dares to take kensho-evveloppes with his left hand again... Amazing!!
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    Extra maegashira slot

    Yes, I know he won't have enough wins, but if I believe there were promotions in the past when there was a "need" for Ozeki. (eg. Onokuni in 1986) And when Wakanosato gets 13 wins this tournament it gives him 31 over 3 basho (8-7, 10-4, 13-2) + he's been a solid Sanyaku rikishi over the past few years.
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    Extra maegashira slot

    12 sanyaku (on several occasions) looks to be the most By the way, would it be possible for Wakanosato to earn Ozeki-promotion if he finishes this basho with eg. 13-2 and Kaio gets the tsuna?
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    Extra maegashira slot

    True, a very interesting banzuke coming up -how many yokozuna? 1 or 2 -how many ozeki? 1 or 2 -how many sekiwake? 2 or 3 -how many komusubi? 2 or 3 -how many maegashira? 33, 34 or 35? I dare anyone to take a correct guess!! (Eh?)
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    The other guy from Belgium

    Fausto is the first name of a famous Italian cyclist from the late 40's and early 50's, his full name being Fausto Coppi. Sadly, he died at the age of 40 from malaria. Since his last name sounds like mine a bit, my friends call me Fausto too. And I'm only 23 years old, pretty young in my opinion (so there's the waka). Together that's Faustonowaka.
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    The other guy from Belgium

    After quite some time on this forum, here's my introduction. I live in Belgium (in the Flemish-speaking part of the country) and have been following sumo for quite a while now. (look here for more: http://www.sumoforum.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=4473). My favourite rikishi nowadays are Kotonowaka and Kaio. When I originally started following sumo, Wakanohana was my favourite, because he could make it to the top despite not being as big and bulky as the other top rankers at the time. This tournament I will be rooting for Kaio (it's been a while since there was a Japanese Yokozuna) altough I am not sure he will be able to complete his Yokozuna bid. In regular life I work as a policeman in Brussels. I play basketball in a club near my hometown and I like a good game of snooker.' If anyone want's to get handcuffed, let me know (Whistling...)
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    Day 5 results and day 6 pairings

    Thanks for the info (Whistling...)
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    Day 5 results and day 6 pairings

    Well, if he wins at least 5 out of his next 10 matches it should be enough to return to Sanyaku one more time and retire in style. Btw, were there any rikishi in the past that retired while holding a lower sanyaku rank (sekiwake or komusubi) ?