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  1. Hei from Finland

    Hearty salutations from the Swami! Swami
  2. Greetings from America

    Hearty salutations from the Swami! Swami
  3. Greetings from Germany

    Hearty salutations from the Swami! Swami
  4. Ikioi marries pro golfer Mamiko Higa

    Hearty congratulations from the Swami! Swami
  5. Konnichiwa from Utah-shu

    Hearty salutations from the Swami! Swami
  6. Happy Birthday, Jakusotsu

    Happy birthday and hearty salutations from the Swami! Swami
  7. Tochinoshin Ozeki Promotion News

    Excellent for him, I can understand that he was disappointed not to get the yusho again, but if he keeps up this form, he'll get more chances for yusho. Swami
  8. Weigh-ins for Natsu 2018

    What about Orora, is he continuing to set the record higher and higher? 288 last time? Swami
  9. Doreen Simmons' Passing

    Very sad news. Swami
  10. Sumo Wrestlers Featured in Movies

    Sadanoyama was in the James Bond film "You Only Live Twice". Swami
  11. Hello everyone from NE England

    Hearty salutations from the Swami! Swami
  12. Ohayo from Ohio

    Hearty salutations from the Swami! Swami
  13. Greetings From Hampshire

    Hearty salutations from the Swami! Swami
  14. Should-have-been Y/O

    Asahifuji was the first one to suffer as a result of the Futahaguro debacle, between 1988 and mid 1989 his records were consistently strong. You could argue that after March 1989 he could have been promoted (Kyushu 1988 12-3 runner up, Hatsu 1989 play-off runner-up, Haru 1989 runner-up) although in the case of March 1989 his win on the last day over Chiyonofuji was by default after Chiyonofuji withdrew due to dislocated shoulder during win over Onokuni on day 14. Only when he won consecutive yusho in May/July 1990 did Asahifuji finally get promoted. Swami
  15. Rijikai elections results on hold

    April 1 is April Fool's Day and it is the trend for all sorts of false news stories to break out. Swami