inhashi

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About inhashi

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  1. inhashi

    21 Aki 20, The Results

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    21 July 20, The Results

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    21 Har Har 20

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    21 Hatsu 20, The Results

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    21 Kyushu 19, The Results

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    Funny videos and photos of rikishi at play

    Although no longer a rikishi, ex-Yokozyna Asahifuji / Isegahama Oyakata sings a song by Aimyon called "Marigold" with a little struggle at the end. Click onto CC English for subtitles. Video of the program at this topic link.
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    21 Aki 19, The Results

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    Takakeisho injury update

    He was icing that knee pit in shitakubeya telling press that he was ok, it does not hurt. Yet now Sponichi has released that he is kyujo as of day 5 :( Injured MCL, needing three weeks of treatment.
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    Narutobeya -- Torakio missing?

    Image circulated on twitter today Retired on April 19 due to personal reasons and has returned home. Danpatsushiki held at the heya among it's members.
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    21 Natsu 19, The Results

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    Miselet Plus YouTube Videos Removed

    Hi MISELET! Thanks for all your efforts including Kintamayama and Mbovo. It would be a shame to lose all the footage as it seems it is very difficult to maintain a public youtube account lately. I've also had my original channel taken down due to copyright strikes and find that keeping videos and playlists as 'unlisted' has prevented another channel takedown (so far). Any videos that turn up as "blocked" in video manager I delete immediately and move to a different platform like Dailymotion. Dailymotion also removes copyrighted videos, but for some reason the ones that I have uploaded have remained and it has thus far dated back to two years ago. Only those given links to the videos/playlists can view them. It doesn't get as much views since it is not promoted by youtube thus less of a chance into the hands of copyright holders. Here is an example of a link in my About Me section of my forum profile. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmOWsW-wKeCZORkyf9FUnTidv620mJN05 Both the playlist and videos are kept as 'unlisted'. The channel has survived for a little over a year now. It is still taking a chance, but keeping my views and subscribers down may also play a part in keeping the channel up.
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    21 Har Har 19, The Results

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    Hakuho cup 2019

    I can see a resemblance with Kisenosato from afar, but undeniably Tamiya is the son of former Ozeki Kotomitsuki. SF link from last year http://www.sumoforum.net/forums/topic/38466-31st-national-primary-school-championships/ Hakuho's son, 10 y.o. Mahato, at the event on TV today [Viking] Hakuho asking Mahato if he was nervous as the two spoke after the bout. "Yes". Why have you practiced keiko just to be nervous? You can throw your opponent if you remain calm... Well done!
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    Sumo program announcements (pics and vids)

    TBS followed Sekiwake Takakeishou for a half hour program, Jounetsu Tairiku.
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    Day 12 Pics Hatsu 2019

    Getting right to it, S1w Tamawashi (10-2) oshidashi Y1w Hakuho (10-2) Major upset of the day and Hakuho's second consecutive loss. We know what all of this flying purple means. . . Hakuho looks back around the tawara as a lonely zabuton photobombs without a care Tamawashi's first victory against mighty Hakuho. Kensho winnings secured! Zabuton continue as Hakuho walks back toward the hanamichi Seen smiling in shitakubeya, the press all over it :) The yokozuna taking in comfort from his supplemental jelly Hakuho responding to reports with, "Tsume ga amai" -- "Slacked off at the end" Tomorrow to meet with Takakeishou O1e Takayasu (7-5) yorikiri M5e Aoiyama (6-6) To the surrounding spectator's delight, Aoiyama lands on Hakuho as misfortunes continue Yobidashi parade the kensho banners O1w Goeido (6-6) hatakikomi M5w Yoshikaze (2-10) Goeido's hand looking highly suspicious for not at this angle S1e Takakeishou (9-3) oshidashi M4e Kotoshogiku (4-8) Parts of Takakeishou defy gravity K1w Mitakeumi (7-2-3) yorikiri M1e Tochiozan (5-7) M2w Hokutofuji (7-5) oshidashi M1w Ichinojo (6-6) M8e Kaisei (9-3) yorikiri M4w Okinoumi (6-6) M12e Kagayaki (4-8) oshidashi M6w Onosho (7-5) M9w Endo (9-3) uwatedashinage M6e Chiyotairyu (6-6) M7w Daieisho (6-6) hikiotoshi M15w Kotoeko (6-6) M7e Ryuden (5-7) yorikiri M16w Daishomaru (1-11) Sorry, only have Ryuden's cheering squad only. M8w Asanoyama (6-6) yorikiri M14w Chiyoshoma (5-7) M10w Abi (8-4) oshidashi M16e Daiamami (3-9) M10e Takarafuji (7-5) shitatenage M13e Yago (7-5) M11w Ikioi (7-5) yorikiri M14e Yutakayama (6-6) M11e Sadanoumi (8-4) sukuinage M12w Meisei (6-6) J1w Daishoho (6-6) yorikiri J6e Hakuyozan (6-6) J8e Enho (6-6) katasukashi J3e Aminishiki (1-11) J4e Tomokaze (7-5) hatakikomi J14e Gagamaru (7-5) J11e Shimanoumi (11-1) okuritaoshi J5w Toyonoshima (8-4) Ms26w Midorifuji (4-2) hatakikomi Ms24w Koba (3-3) Ms51e Sasakiyama (3-1-2) yorikiri Ms46e Genkaiho (2-4) Arrivals: Takakeishou Ounoshou followed by Yuuma Ichinojo Chiyoshouma and Chiyoraizan . . . and of course, a full house