Kishinoyama

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About Kishinoyama

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    Hakuho, Terunofuji, Hoshoryu, Shodai, Kyokutaisei

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  1. Kishinoyama

    Kotoshogiku retires

    You shouldn't be apologizing because you have done nothing wrong. I stopped feeding the troll. The zombie doesn't care about facts. He makes an argument and when you counter the argument with facts, then he tries to change the subject with a different argument. I don't see his posts now unless someone quotes what he says. The statement you made above about posting in a tribute thread about Ozeki standard arguments is spot on. A tribute thread is not the place for them. It is obvious that the zombie doesn't like Kotoshogiku so why say anything in the first place?
  2. Kishinoyama

    Who Is This Woman?

    It probably is the same person. I know their was several threads of discussion on a sumo Facebook page about this particular lady and the moderators put a stop to it. At first the moderators allowed only one thread and then they shut that thread down. Stalking and creepiness were the reasons for the shutdown.
  3. Kishinoyama

    Kotoshogiku retires

    You should know by now that the zombie ignores facts.
  4. Kishinoyama

    Kotoshogiku retires

    Once again, you make a statement and I counter that statement with a fact. Now you have done it again. Now I am done.
  5. Kishinoyama

    Kotoshogiku retires

    He was an Ozeki for five and a half years. Some people would think that was pretty impressive by itself but my comment was in regards to your comment about Kotoshogiku not being in the mix to win. You seem to have missed that point so I will say it again. In the last tournament of his Ozeki run he was 12-3. He lost on the last day to Baruto or he would have been in a playoff with Hakuho. That is what I call being in the mix to win.
  6. Kishinoyama

    Gagamaru retired

    I hope that Gaga will be successful now that his time on the dohyo is over and I am sad to see his ozeki run finally come to an end. You will be missed big guy.
  7. Kishinoyama

    Kotoshogiku retires

    Actually he went 10-5, 11-4 and 12-3 in his ozeki run. In the last tournament of the ozeki run, he lost to Baruto on the last day or he would have been in a playoff with Hakuho. He had won his match against Hakuho on day 13, so he was definitely in the mix to win that tournament. Honestly, I never really liked his style but he was more than qualified to get promoted to ozeki and one word you never heard mentioned when it came to Kotoshogiku was yaocho. The guy was straight as an arrow when it came to trying to win every time he was on the dohyo. I have confidence that he will instill that same winning attitude on those he is able to train, if given a chance to do so.
  8. Kishinoyama

    Non-K-November basho 2020 Discussion (spoiler space)

    I was finally able to see this match and I thought Hokuseiho did quite well. He showed some good defensive sumo and then went on offense to throw a heavier opponent.
  9. Kishinoyama

    Non-K-November basho 2020 Discussion (spoiler space)

    This is the normal definition but in Japan it it may mean something else. I have found out on this forum that in Japan, it is not what is actually said but the hidden meaning behind what was said. In other words to understand sumo/the YDC/NSK, you have to be a mind reader.
  10. Kishinoyama

    Kotoshogiku retires

    He does look good but I want to see how he does in upper Makushita. He will be facing many veterans when he gets there. EDIT: Sorry for continuing the conversation....
  11. Kishinoyama

    Kotoshogiku retires

    I am sad to see him retire but I was really surprised that he did not retire when he knew he was going to be demoted to Juryo.
  12. Kishinoyama

    Day 6 pics overview November 2020

    That's going to leave a mark.
  13. Kishinoyama

    Nokozuna again?

    One of the definitions of recommend is 'to suggest an act or course of action'. That is not an ultimatum.
  14. Kishinoyama

    Nokozuna again?

    The YDC can not force him to retire. Notice the word recommend in your comment.
  15. Kishinoyama

    Rikishi Status - 2020 November Basho

    True.... but unfortunately not uncommon in sumo.