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  1. 2017 Kokutai in Ehime

    He would become the first ever high school tsukedashi if he could achieve this. https://www.nikkansports.com/battle/sumo/news/201710080000148.html
  2. Ozumo Consecutive Match Tracker

    Ozumo consecutive match tracking Aki 2017 for juryo: 866 - Gagamaru 844 - Kitaharima 630 - Toyohibiki 516 - Seiro 514 - Kotoeko 511 - Kyokutaisei 348 - Terutsuyoshi 341 - Amakaze 270 - Myogiryu 263 - Hidenoumi 248 - Meisei 242 - Tsurugisho 238 - Azumaryu 230 - Abi 211 - Daiseido 182 - Ryuden 181 - Yamaguchi 131 - Sokokurai 120 - Kyokushuho 117 - Daiamami 105 - Aminishiki 90 - Homarefuji 75 - Osunaarashi 45 - Chiyonoo 45 - Chiyootori 36 - Kotoyuki 29 - Yago 0 - Kizenryu
  3. UNSTABLE TEAM AKI 17

    Am I in mae-zumo or do I need to participate one more time to get on the banzuke?
  4. ENDURANCE TEAM AKI 17

    Debut and a sansho at the same time? I'll take it!
  5. New Game Inquiry

    I am thinking of starting my own game here on the forums, are there any particular rules regarding your own startups, or is anyone free to just make one up without having to consult the almighty powers that be first? Thanks!
  6. Trivia bits

    Yokozuna Musashimaru is the only rikishi in the 15 day basho era to have won the yusho with a 15-0, 14-1, 13-2, 12-3 and 11-4. Harumafuji has the yusho with all of those records EXCEPT a 12-3.
  7. Shishokai convenes

    I think the best example is of Asashoryu saying he was injured and then appearing at a charity event in Mongolia. That's what ticks off the higher ups.
  8. Ozumo Consecutive Match Tracker

    Ozumo consecutive match tracking Aki 2017 for makuuchi: 1031 - Tamawashi 806 - Ikioi 693 - Takarafuji 637 - Tokushoryu 596 - Nishikigi 584 - Shohozan 452 - Kagayaki 424 - Chiyoshoma 398 - Daieisho 375 - Takekaze 324 - Ishiura 285 - Tochiozan 266 - Daishomaru 251 - Shodai 248 - Yoshikaze 225 - Okinoumi 198 - Takakeisho 195 - Chiyotairyu 169 - Hokutofuji 160 - Onosho 155 - Mitakeumi 150 - Chiyomaru 118 - Yutakayama 105 - Chiyonokuni 105 - Kotoshogiku 102 - Asanoyama 90 - Ichinojo 60 - Tochinoshin 60 - Harumafuji 55 - Kaisei 45 - Goeido 45 - Arawashi 30 - Takanoiwa 15 - Endo 10 - Sadanoumi 8 - Aoiyama 0 - Hakuho 0 - Kisenosato 0 - Kakuryu 0 - Terunofuji 0 - Takayasu 0 - Ura
  9. Makuuchi Consecutive Match Tracker

    Aki 2017 Consecutive Match Tracker: 450 - Ikioi 435 - Takarafuji 390 - Tamawashi 375 - Takekaze 285 - Tochiozan 263 - Yoshikaze 235 - Okinoumi 180 - Shohozan 165 - Shodai 155 - Mitakeumi 150 - Daishomaru 120 - Kagayaki 105 - Chiyonokuni 105 - Chiyoshoma 105 - Kotoshogiku 90 - Hokutofuji 90 - Ichinojo 90 - Ishiura 75 - Takakeisho 60 - Daieisho 60 - Harumafuji 60 - Tochinoshin 60 - Tokushoryu 45 - Arawashi 45 - Chiyotairyu 45 - Goeido 45 - Onosho 30 - Chiyomaru 30 - Nishikigi 30 - Takanoiwa 15 - Asanoyama 15 - Endo 15 - Kaisei 15 - Yutakayama 10 - Sadanoumi 8 - Aoiyama 0 - Hakuho 0 - Kakuryu 0 - Kisenosato 0 - Takayasu 0 - Terunofuji 0 - Ura
  10. Basho Talk - Aki 2017 (SPOILERS)

    Some top 10 updates: Career wins: - Aminishiki finished the basho at 10-5 to make his total 843 career wins, moving to within 17 of 9th place Terao. Above Terao at 872 is Taiho. Makuuchi wins: - Harumafuji moved to 712 makuuchi wins, passing both Takanohana II and Musashimaru to move into sole 6th place. Next up is Taiho at 746 wins. Win streak from pro debut: - As already discussed plenty of times in this thread, Hakuho protege Enho is 21-0 for his career, tying Kototenzan aka WWF wrestler Earthquake. He will be trying to extend that record for Kyushu and could possibly be trying to clinch juryo promotion as well. Yokozuna wins: - As the sole yokozuna competing this basho, Harumafuji moved up to 285 wins at the top rank, moving to within seven of 10th place Tochinishiki, who has been on the list for 67 years. Career bouts: - Aminishiki has completed 1657 bouts, which moved him three above Takamiyama into sole 6th place. Next up is Wakanosato at 1691 bouts. Makuuchi bouts: - Aminishiki currently sits at 1358 makuuchi bouts and looks to extend that record after the long awaited expected return to the division for Kyushu - Takekaze has completed 1212 bouts in makuuchi, moving him to within nine of 8th place Kirinji. Yokozuna bouts: - Harumafuji has completed 386 bouts at the top rank, moving into 10th place and displacing the aforementioned Tochinishiki. Whether he can reach ninth place is a whole other ballgame, because Takanohana II sits in 9th place at 521 bouts. Good luck on that. Most makuuchi bouts between two rikishi: - The quartet that has been making their way onto the list is Hakuho, Harumafuji, Kisenosato and Kotoshogiku. These six pairings make up six of the top seven on the list. However with Hakuho and Kisenosato having gone kyujo this basho, only Harumafuji and Kotoshogiku's pairing got the extension. This pair now sits in sole second place at 62 bouts (excluding fusen) behind Kotoshogiku vs Kisenosato at 64. Basho in makuuchi: - Aminishiki is currently at 94 basho in makuuchi and will be looking to spend a 95th basho in the top division with his expected return in Kyushu. - This was Takekaze's 83rd basho in makuuchi, moving into sole tenth place and knocking former ozeki Miyabiyama off the list. Unless we see a retirement from him between now and Kyushu, he will be in makuuchi for the 84th time in Kyushu, and will be looking to tie former Kirinji. - Hakuho became the third active rikishi this basho to have 80+ basho ranked in makuuchi. Basho as yokozuna - This was Hakuho's 61st basho at the top rank. He moves to within two of #1 Kitanoumi. - This was Harumafuji's 30th basho at the top rank. He moves to within two of #10 Chiyonoyama, who has been on the list for 68 years. Basho as sanyaku (both ranks combined) - This was Tochiozan's 25th basho in the sanyaku ranks and moves him to within one of 9th placers Takatoriki and Wakanosato. Basho as sekitori - This was Aminishiki's 106th basho as a sekitori, moving him into a three way tie with Oshio and Wakanosato for 4th place. Up next is Terao at 110 basho. Basho career all-time: - This was Hanakaze's 189th basho as a rikishi. He continues to extend the all-time record he once shared with Hokutoryu, who retired back in Haru. - This was Kyokuhikari's 153rd basho as a rikishi. He moves to within one of 8th placers Kotokanyu and Kimenryu. Kinboshi winners: - Hokutofuji (2nd) - Kotoshogiku (1st) - Onosho (1st) - Takakeisho (1st) Kinboshi losses: - Harumafuji as the sole yokozuna this basho suffered four losses, all to maegashira. He moves into a three way tie with Wajima and Takanohana II for most kinboshi losses with 39. Will his career last long enough to "pass" Kitanoumi who had 53? Sandanme TD makuuchi debut: - As only one of two sandanme tsukedashi rikishi, Asanoyama automatically got onto the list having taken 9 basho to get to the top division, and fared a lot better in his top division debut than his fellow debutante, Yutakayama. Makushita TD juryo debut: - Yago became the 10th makushita tsukedashi to take only two basho to make it to juryo, however that celebration may be short lived as he could be headed back to the lower division for Kyushu. And last but not least: - Orora "surpassed" Konishiki after tipping the scales at 288.8 KG to become the heaviest rikishi of all time. Full list here: http://www.sumoforum.net/forums/topic/37032-top-10-sumo-records-aki-2017-edition/
  11. Top 10 Sumo Records Aki 2017 Edition

    Batch 9: Rikishi Stats Heaviest Rikishi: 1. 288.8 kg - Orora 2. 285.0 kg - Konishiki 3. 277.2 kg - Yamamotoyama 4. 245.5 kg - Kenho 5. 241.5 kg - Tominohana 6. 240.0 kg - Susanoumi 7. 237.4 kg - Musashimaru 8. 237.0 kg - Kainowaka 9. 236.0 kg - Akebono 10. 231.0 kg - Hidenoumi
  12. Top 10 Sumo Records Aki 2017 Edition

    Batch 8: Juryo Speed runs Fastest Progress to Juryo from Pro Debut (Excludes Makushita & Sandanme Tsukedashi, 6BPY Era) 1. 6 - Kotetsuyama (9/1978~9/1979) 1. 6 - Tosayutaka (3/2007~3/2008) 1. 6 - Jokoryu (5/2011~5/2012) 4. 7 - Asahifuji (1/1981~3/1982) 4. 7- Ura (3/2015~5/2016) 6. 8 - Konishiki (7/1982~11/1983) 6. 8 - Baruto (5/2004~9/2005) 6. 8 - Sakaizawa (3/2006~7/2007) 6. 8 - Chiyozakura (3/2010~9/2011) 6. 8 - Oosunaarashi (3/2012~7/2013) 6. 8 - Takaryu (3/2014~7/2015) Fastest Progress to Juryo from Pro Debut (Makushita Tsukedashi, 6BPY Era) 1. 2 - Wajima (1/1970~5/1970) 1. 2 - Nagaoka (3/1978~7/1978) *1 1. 2 - Musoyama (1/1993~5/1993) 1. 2 - Miyabiyama (7/1998~11/1998) 1. 2 - Takekaze (5/2002~9/2002) 1. 2 - Futeno (1/2003~5/2003) 1. 2 - Endo (3/2013~7/2013) 1. 2 - Ichinojo (1/2014~5/2014) 1. 2 - Mitakeumi (3/2015~7/2015) 1. 2 - Yago (5/2017~9/2017) (NEW ENTRY) *1 - Asashio III Fastest Progress to Juryo from Pro Debut (Sandanme Tsukedashi, 6BPY Era) 1. 4 - Oyanagi (3/2016~11/2016) *1 2. 6 - Asanoyama (3/2016~3/2017) *1 - Yutakayama III
  13. Top 10 Sumo Records Aki 2017 Edition

    Batch 7: Makuuchi speedruns Fastest Progress to Makuuchi from Pro Debut (Excludes Makushita and Sandanme Tsukedashi, 6BPY Era) 1. 9 - Jokoryu (5/2011~11/2012) 2. 10 - Oosunaarashi (3/2012~11/2013) 2. 10 - Hokutofuji (3/2015~11/2016) 4. 11 - Kotooshu (11/2002~9/2004) 4. 11 - Aran (1/2007~11/2008) 4. 11 - Shodai (3/2014~1/2016) 7. 12 - Itai (9/1978~9/1980) 7. 12 - Konishiki (7/1982~7/1984) 7. 12 - Tochiazuma II (11/1994~11/1996) 7. 12 - Asashoryu (1/1999~1/2001) 7. 12 - Tokitenku (7/2002~7/2004) 7. 12 - Yoshikaze (1/2004~1/2006) 7. 12 - Baruto (5/2004~5/2006) 7. 12 - Sakaizawa (3/2006~3/2008) 7. 12 - Yamamotoyama (1/2007~1/2009) 7. 12 - Ura (3/2015~3/2017) Fastest Progress to Makuuchi from Pro Debut (Makushita Tsukedashi, 6BPY Era) 1. 3 - Endo (3/2013~9/2013) 2. 4 - Nagaoka (3/1978~11/1978) *1 2. 4 - Musoyama (1/1993~9/1993) 2. 4 - Miyabiyama (7/1998~3/1999) 2. 4 - Ichinojo (1/2014~9/2014) 2. 4 - Mitakeumi (3/2015~11/2015) 7. 5 - Yutakayama (3/1961~1/1962) 7. 5 - Daikiko (5/1990~3/1991) 7. 5 - Takekaze (5/2002~3/2003) *1 - Asashio III Fastest Progress to Makuuchi from Pro Debut (Sandanme Tsukedashi, 6BPY Era) 1. 7 - Yutakayama (3/2016~5/2017) 2. 9 - Asanoyama (3/2016~9/2017) (NEW ENTRY)
  14. Top 10 Sumo Records Aki 2017 Edition

    Batch 6: Ozeki speed runs Fastest Progress to Ozeki from Pro Debut (Excludes Makushita Tsukedashi, 6BPY Era) 1. 19 - Kotooshu (11/2002~1/2006) 2. 22 - Asashoryu (1/1999~9/2002) 3. 25 - Terunofuji (5/2011~7/2015) 4. 26 - Akebono (3/1988~7/1992) 5. 27 - Musashimaru (9/1989~3/1994) 6. 30 - Konishiki (7/1982~7/1987) 6. 30 - Takanohana II (3/1988~3/1993) 8. 31 - Hakuho (3/2001~5/2006) 9. 33 - Wakanohana III (3/1988~9/1993) 10. 36 - Baruto (5/2004~5/2010) Fastest Progress to Ozeki from Pro Debut (Makushita Tsukedashi, 6BPY Era) 1. 12 - Yutakayama (3/1961~3/1963) 1. 12 - Miyabiyama (7/1998~7/2000) 3. 17 - Wajima (1/1970~11/1972) 4. 21 - Dejima (3/1996~9/1999) 5. 31 - Asashio (3/1978~5/1983) Fastest Progress to Ozeki from Makuuchi Debut (6BPY Era) 1. 6 - Taiho (1/1960~1/1961) 2. 7 - Yutakayama (1/1962~3/1963) 3. 8 - Sadanoyama (1/1961~5/1962) 3. 8 - Kitao (9/1984~1/1986) *1 3. 8 - Miyabiyama (3/1999~7/2000) 3. 8 - Kotooshu (9/2004~1/2006) 3. 8 - Terunofuji (3/2014~7/2015) 8. 9 - Chiyotaikai (9/1997~3/1999) 9. 10 - Asashoryu (1/2001~9/2002) 10. 11 - Wajima (1/1971~11/1972) 10. 11 - Akebono (9/1990~7/1992) *1 - Futahaguro
  15. Top 10 Sumo Records Aki 2017 Edition

    Batch 5: Prizes Most Sansho (S=shukun-sho [outstanding performance], K=kanto-sho [fighting spirit], G=Gino-sho [technique]) 1. 19 - Akinoshima (S-7, K-8, G-4) 2. 18 - Kotonishiki (S-7, K-3, G-8) 3. 15 - Kaio (S-10, K-5) 4. 14 - Tsurugamine (S-2, K-2, G-10) 4. 14 - Asashio (S-10, K-3, G-1) 4. 14 - Takatoriki (S-3, K-10, G-1) 7. 13 - Musoyama (S-5, K-4, G-4) 7. 13 - Tosanoumi (S-7, K-5, G-1) 7. 13 - Kotomitsuki (S-2, K-4, G-7) 10. 12 - Tochiazuma II (S-3, K-2, G-7) *Aki 2017 Sansho winners: Shukun-sho - Takakeisho (S-1), Kanto-sho - Onosho (K-2), Asanoyama (K-1), Gino-sho - Yoshikaze (G-4) Most Kinboshi 1. 16 - Akinoshima 2. 12 - Takamiyama 2. 12 - Tochinonada 4. 11 - Tosanoumi 5. 10 - Kitanonada 5. 10 - Haguroyama 5. 10 - Tsurugamine 5. 10 - Dewanishiki 5. 10 - Ozutsu 10. 9 - Mitsuneyama 10. 9 - Tamanoumi 10. 9 - Hasegawa 10. 9 - Fujizakura 10. 9 - Takatoriki *Currently active rikishi with kinboshi: 8 - Aminishiki 6 - Yoshikaze 4 - Ikioi, Okinoumi, Shohozan, Takayasu, Tochiozan, Toyonoshima 3 - Arawashi, Endo, Ichinojo, Kisenosato, Oosunaarashi 2 - Chiyotairyu, Hokutofuji, Mitakeumi, Myogiryu, Takarafuji, Tochinoshin 1 - Aoiyama, Chiyonokuni, Gagamaru, Goeido, Hakuho, Harumafuji, Kotoshogiku, Kotoyuki, Jokoryu, Onosho, Sadanoumi, Shodai, Shotenro, Sokokurai, Takakeisho, Takanoiwa, Takekaze, Tamawashi, Toyohibiki, Ura Yokozuna with Most Kinboshi Losses (Excludes fusen/default losses, NSK officially kept records starting January 1930) 1. 53 - Kitanoumi 2. 39 - Wajima 2. 39 - Takanohana II 2. 39 - Harumafuji 5. 35 - Kashiwado 5. 35 - Akebono 7. 34 - Chiyonoyama 8. 33 - Tochinoumi 9. 31 - Tochinishiki 9. 31 - Kagamisato *Active Yokozuna: 1. 39 - Harumafuji 2. 16 - Hakuho 2. 16 - Kakuryu 4. 4 - Kisenosato Lowest Kinboshi Winners (All Time) 1. M14W - Komatsuyama (Hatsu 1941 Day 4 vs Minanogawa) 2. M13E - Saganohana (Natsu 1940 Day 12 vs Minanogawa) 2. M13E - Kotofuji (Nagoya 1991 Day 11 vs Asahifuji) 4. M12W - Sadogashima (Hatsu 1941 Day 3 vs Minanogawa) 4. M12W - Kotonishiki (Kyushu 1998 Day 13 vs Takanohana II) 6. M12E - Shinoumi (Hatsu 1944 Day 12 vs Futabayama) 7. M11W - Futamiyama (Natsu 1941 Day 2 vs Minanogawa 7. M11W - Tamanoumi (Hatsu 1944 Day 4 vs Terukuni) 7. M11W - Onishiki (Aki 1973 Day 14 vs Kotozakura) 7. M11W - Kitaseumi (Haru 1976 Day 11 vs Wajima