kenzo

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  1. As you all know im the biggest fan of Osunaarashi, im sick of all the negative shit many of you vomit on the forum with regard to this kid...Ramadam, ! Egyptian politics, etc etc....He has acheived more in the last 2 years tha most of you in your life times.Endo went through the "Tanaka, old boys system"Boody stuffed him with less than 18 months Ozumo experience, dumping a Japanese Ama Yokozuna?....Many of you will have to eat humble pie in the coming years...It is my opinion that there are few on this forum, with an unbiased opinion ..I can think of a handful of forum members from Germany, Israel and Ireland who agree with me.....Watch this space.........read and weep....Oh yes for those of you who complain about little news of Baruto........"The king us dead.......Long live the Pharoah".All replies welcome........above 1.55cm
  2. The coming of the Pharoah is nigh.
  3. Why are you 'bustin' our boalls', Tony? Simply because, ive been there done it , bought the shirt and dvd.....ive wrestled at the highest level and placed, coached at the ultimate international sumo level ...........i know what im talking about.....Osunaarashinis the real deal..only 2 people on tjis forum know what he has had to endure to get where he is...love him or like him i really do not give a damn..this kid is going to make it with or without synical comments from SFM members......
  4. What do you want?????? He got the nod , so shut up and stop talking semantics.
  5. Thank you so much....For the few who know me , I really only go for the number 1 spot.....Thanks for the vote of confidence
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    Day 9 lower division results

    As knowing Osunaarashi since 2008 inside and out , I agree with Nishinoshima's comments 100%.He really is an exceptional and talented youngman and his doing his best everyday...Of course there will always be people who will say he should do it so or he should be more so...etc etc . But I have been brought up in a culture where people who can ....do it and those who cant just talk about it.....The best with this youngman is still to come...The most possitive points will be when he reaches Sekitori he will receieve the rest in his life that will enable him to concentrate on Sumo and give his body time to rest from the daily work at the behya....Watch this space.....
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    Lower-division Torikumi Day 7 Natsu Basho 2013

    Well the "the kid" flipped the "real deal".Must admit it was a great match...good show by both Rikishi.
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    Lower-division Torikumi Day 7 Natsu Basho 2013

    Although the favourite normally wins, the under dog can sometimes surprise.Just because you are born with a slver spoon in your mouth does not always mean that the big Dog gets the bone.Blood sweat and tears can sometimes win..'..well atleast in the "Rocky" movies.,,even ik the "kid" doesnt make sekitori this basho , he' ll get there in the end...
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    University championships

    Good to see my friend Naranbat the current World Champion in the open weight category taking a medal.I hope he can keep this form going up until the World Games in July.
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    Foreigners

    [quote name="Vikanohara" post="206973" timestamp="1310604711" ?- why did EuroSport actually drop their sumo broadcasts (apart from some amasumo occasionally) ?- Having worked for Europsport i'll answer this one.The basho's were extremely popular ang got fantastic ratings.The deal was that the NSK gave the basho' free to ES..After a couple of years the NSk for whatever reason decided they needed to receive payment for future basho's......thus end of story. Europsport loved having the free footage and made a bundle from tv advertisers but at ES HQ in Paris they refused to cough up one red/white or blue centieme for the project thereafter. I think this all kicked in around 97/98
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    Austrian Open

    This event will take place in Graz on 16-09-2012, results to follow (Sign of approval...)
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    Austrian Open

    Here they are sorry for the delay... Mens Open WINNERS 1 Vroon Pieter NED 2 Epiro Andrea ITA 3 van Stenwick Tim NED 3 Frühwirth Mario AUT Men 85kg 1. Hijzen Tobi NED 2. Schnöll Josef AUT 3. Vroon Steven NED 3. Matic Tomislav AUT Men 115 kg Endergebnis 1. Vroon Pieter NED 2. Frühwirth Mario AUT 3. Okic Danijel AUT 3. Van Steenwick Tim NED Men Heavy 1.Muktoroov Foteh TJK 2.Laszo Erno AUT 3. Saffarov Muhammed TJK
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    New Egyptian recruit- Oosunaarashi

    Oosunaarashi is a star in the making.....it is no more a question of if..... but when......He will surely make all those doubting Thomas's eat their words..I for one would not like to be standing behind the Shikirisen when he launches off from his line next week....It will not be a question of the Eagle has landed but the Egyptian Eagle has taken off......
  14. http://www.thisisderbyshire.co.uk/Sumo-Steve-chosen-lift-Olympic-torch-helping/story-16312258-detail/story.html
  15. The European Sumo Championships for all age groups will be held from the 14th - 17th of June 2012 in Budapest , Hungary.
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    Lower-division Torikumi Day 12 Natsu Basho 2012

    Sorry the for mis understanding. I meant hitting the wall as in maybe incurring a few basho's as the same level and not suggesting he would get stuck there. There are many ups and downs in an athletes career but he has already a great expectancy on his shouders for many obvious reasons and there are those out there who would like to see hm fail.I for one am extremely impressed how he has coped with all the media circus and still has not been affected by it For the new kid on the block he's doin'g fine
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    Lower-division Torikumi Day 12 Natsu Basho 2012

    Somewhere between Jd10 and Jd20. Edit: Err, assuming it's a 7-0 yusho, of course. :-D Well to be honest I have seen the vids of number 6 and do not see anthying Boody cant handle.Could number 7 be a surprise package or a gift???????
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    Lower-division Torikumi Day 12 Natsu Basho 2012

    If the mighty wind from the land of the Pyramids get's his yusho as I and many are sure of .How high would it be expected the he could be rated for his first and probably las appearance in jonnidan?t (Reading book...) (Reading book...) (Reading book...)
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    Sheikh YerBoodie-the Boodie watch..

    Thats for sure ,but realistically I cannot see him beating Shakethebooty, especially if he gets a big Egyptian two handed welcome at the Tachiai.......I for one would not like to be the one lining up in front of the Sheikh with the idea of stopping his first Yusho run.......ouch................If I am wrong I will of course eat my words plus a kilo of local sand....... (A fearful rikishi...)
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    Sheikh YerBoodie-the Boodie watch..

    Never doubted it...........
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    Sheikh YerBoodie-the Boodie watch..

    Well Big Sandstorm is a guy on/with a mission, of course he is still at the very start of his sumo career and has much to learn, however guts, a big heart and having the cohones can get you a long way in sumo as well as being built like a brick ****house. God has given him all the raw materials and it is up to him and his Oyakata to get everything together to work in harmony .There are many technically gifted Rikishi there out there, but if you aint got the heart it's game over.Lets all root for him and not try to tear him down while he is trying to build something unique.I for one would not like to be on the end of his tsuppari........Go Boody Go..... Shake YerBoodie for all you can...........................
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    ESU VS Ukraine lawsuit

    Sasaniski on the money as ever.......................... :-D
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    ESU VS Ukraine lawsuit

    I'm going a little off topic, but the Olympics did away with exhibition sports in the 1990s and moved to the two tiers of fully recognised and provisionally recognised sports that occur now. Broadly speaking, the fully recognised sports have the Olympic Games and the provisionally recognised sports have the World Games. Exhibition sports used to be brought in by the host city/nation and was a pathway for certain sports to obtain a spot in the Olympic programme. This gave the host nations a major role in the sports that appeared in their Olympics and (possibly) thereafter. Although it was never an exhibition sport, judo's place in the Olympics owed everything to Tokyo being the host in 1964. The IFS was working under this illusion when they made announcements that Olympic bids by Osaka (for 2008) and Tokyo (2016) would be positive for sumo. These decisions are now made centrally by the IOC and decided 7 years ahead of the Games in question. This also explains the flagging interests in some quarters of amateur sumo when it was announced in 2001 that Beijing, not Osaka, would host the 2008 Olympics. On the ball as ever Sasanishki, :-) pity some people just go for sensationalism and seem to believe everthing they read on the net and then present it as as exclusive scoop.Probably understandablle for people living in a fish bowl.It so easy once again for certain be people to be very big and tough behind the safety of their computer screens .........
  24. There will teams participating from Norway, Germany, USA, Egypt, Poland, Hungary and of course the Netherlands....Results to follow.