Since the start of the honbasho, Tokyo has been hit by daily typhoons with wind speed of 50km/hr.
All outstation heyas are advised to move to Ryogoku hotels and to train on the sole dohyo inside Edo Noren next to the train station (Sadotagake, Oitekaze, Naruto, Katanonami, etc), since all trains are no longer operational within the greater Tokyo network.
Enho, Terutsuyoshi, Ishiura & Tobizaru are seen being windborne the moment they step out of their transports, necessitating the installation of handrails for them to grab ahold as they make their way into the kokugikan. All 4 developed amazing grip strength and are vying to win the Yusho in a four way 13-2 ketteisen playoff.
On Senshuraku, a mega typhoon actually makes landfall during the musubi-no-ichiban, where both yokozuna were vying to avoid a 0-15 makekoshi record. The roof of the kokugikan is swept clean and Hakuho manages to throw Kakuryu out of the dohyo with an izori. Kakuryu unfortunately fails to land on floor but is instead carried by the wind up past the second floor and out of the kokugikan.
The ketteisen playoff is then called off as all 4 contenders get windborne the moment they step out of the hanamichi and fly out of the kokugikan (and even if they could make it to the dohyo, there are no handrails to stabilize themselves and touching them is hansoku).
The Kyokai then crowns the heaviest rikishi as the Yusho winner, which also happens to be Ichinojo at 198kg since he is the only one able to stand on the dohyo throughout a turbulent award ceremony that saw every single trophy get airborne the moment the yobidashi bring it onto the dohyo.