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    Non-K-November basho 2020

    Hopefully this provides some clarification http://www.sumoforum.net/forums/topic/34111-trivia-bits/?do=findComment&comment=424611
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    Banzuke for November 2020

    Chris has been bold with a lot of his videos lately. He’s been very critical of the NSK in regards of how they are supposedly handling the Covid issue on their end and sounds like he’s not a fan of letting the fans in. He seemed to give off a vibe that he blames the NSK for Shobushi’s death
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    Non-K-November basho 2020

    Banzuke topics are out now so here we go: - Shodai the first new Ozeki since Asanoyama in July 2020 - Shodai first new ozeki from Tokitsukaze beya since Yutakayama in Haru 1963 - Shodai first new ozeki from Kumamoto prefecture since Tochihikari in Nagoya 1962 - Shodai is the second ozeki from Tokyo Agricultural University since Yutakayama II. He is the 9th collegiate wrestler overall - Shodai is the 7th oldest ozeki promotion at 28 years and 10 months in the current basho format (since 1958) - Mitakeumi is at sekiwake and in sanyaku for the 3rd consecutive basho - Takanosho makes his sekiwake debut and is the second shin-sekiwake from Chiganoura beya since Takakeisho did it in January of 2019. This is also his first basho in sanyaku overall - Takanosho is also the first shin-sekiwake from Chiba prefecture since Kotofuji back in Nagoya 1990. For shin-sanyaku it would be since Wakakoyu in Hatsu 2012 - Terunofuji is ranked at komusubi for the first time in his career. This is his first basho in sanyaku since Kyushu 2017 and ending a 17 basho absence - Terunofuji is the first ex-ozeki to fall out of sanyaku and then make his debut at komusubi - Terunofuji is the first wrestler with sanyaku experience to fall all the way to jonidan and return to the sanyaku ranks - Takayasu is ranked at komusubi for the first time since Hatsu 2017. This is his first return to the sanyaku ranks since Hatsu 2020 - Akua makes his makuuchi debut and is the 5th top division debut from Tatsunami beya since the current shisho took over. Heyamate Hoshoryu debuted last basho - Akua is the 13th post-war top division debut from Ibaraki prefecture since Takayasu in Nagoya 2011 - Chiyonokuni returns to makuuchi since Haru 3019 - Chiyonokuni is the 3rd rikishi to fallen from makuuchi to below makushita twice and successfully returned both times. The other two rikishi were Wakanoyama and Tamaasuka - Chiyonokuni is the first wrestler since Endo in Aki 2013 to reach makuuchi after only spending one basho in juryo after having been promoted from makushita - Kotonowaka returns to makuuchi since July 2020 - Kotoyuki returns to makuuchi since July 2020 - Kotoyuki is promoted to makuuchi for the 9th time. This ties him for 5th place with Wakanokuni and Kasuganishiki - Chiyoshoma returns to makuuchi since Natsu 2019 - Takagenji returns to juryo since July 2020 - Jokoryu returns to juryo since Hatsu 2019 - Ura returns to juryo since Hatsu 2018 after a 16 basho absence - Ura is the second wrestler with makuuchi experience after Terunofuji to fall all to jonidan and successfully return to juryo - Chiyonoumi returns to juryo since July 2020
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    Not the Kyushu basho 2020 GTB invite - and Results!!

    44 for me. There are four lines where I had the correct ranks but not the east vs west slots correct.
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    Top 10 Sumo Records Aki 2020 Edition

    Hey everyone! Took a little bit but got this list compiled, and it's an interesting one. Who has the most kachi-koshi basho and who is the most likely one to eventually reach the top? Find out below! Batch 21 (add to Batch 19 after November 2020) Most Career Kachi-Koshi Basho (All-Time) 1. 100 - Kaio 2. 99 - Hakuho 3. 93 - Chiyonofuji 4. 90 - Hanakaze 4. 90 - Tochitenko 6. 87 - Kitanoumi 7. 86 - Dewanosato 8. 85 - Kotokanyu 9. 84 - Fujinokaze 10. 82 - Harumafuji Active Rikishi with 70+ kachi-koshi basho 1. 99 - Hakuho 2. 90 - Hanakaze 3. 86 - Fujinokaze 4. 81 - Shoketsu 5. 78 - Dairaido 6. 76 - Musashiumi 6. 76 - Tenichi 8. 74 - Kainowaka 9. 72 - Gorikiyama 9. 72 - Koshinoryu 9. 72 - Terunosato Most Career Make-Koshi Basho (All-Time) 1. 128 - Sawaisamu 2. 118 - Kasachikara 3. 114 - Hanakaze 4. 112 - Hokutoryu 5. 104 - Itakozakura 6. 91 - Moriurara 6. 91 - Terunosato 8. 90 - Kyokuhikari 9. 87 - Tenichi 10. 86 - Daigonishiki 10. 86 - Higohikari 10. 86 - Dewanosato Active Rikishi with 80+ make-koshi basho 1. 128 - Sawaisamu 2. 114 - Hanakaze 3. 104 - Itakozakura 4. 91 - Moriurara 4. 91 - Terunosato 6. 87 - Tenichi 7. 86 - Daigonishiki 7. 86 - Higohikari 9. 85 - Gorikiyama 10. 84 - Daishiryu
  6. So the yokozuna were absent from the beginning and for the second consecutive basho it became anybody's yusho to win. Lots of younger guys stepped up to keep us entertained, with many frontrunner favorites being Asanoyama, Takakeisho, Shodai, Mitakeumi and returning champion Terunofuji. Lots of things happened and we had some other younger guys step up like Tobizaru, Onosho and Wakatakakage. Shodai was the one to step up and take the yusho, not faltering and winning where he needed to. Not only that, we could be looking at a new ozeki Shodai! Congrats to the man for putting in the heart and effort to finally clinch that yusho! And now my friends, we move on to the Top 10 Sumo Records Aki 2020 edition!!! Batch 1: Makuuchi Yusho (since the implementation of the yusho system in 1909) Most Makuuchi Yusho (all time) 1. 44 - Hakuho 2. 32 - Taiho 3. 31 - Chiyonofuji 4. 25 - Asashoryu 5. 24 - Kitanoumi 6. 22 - Takanohana 7. 14 - Wajima 8. 12 - Futabayama 8. 12 - Musashimaru 10. 11 - Akebono *Currently active yusho winners: 1. 44 - Hakuho 2. 6 - Kakuryu 3. 2 - Mitakeumi 3. 2 - Terunofuji 5. 1 - Kotoshogiku 5. 1 - Tochinoshin 5. 1 - Takakeisho 5. 1 - Tamawashi 5. 1 - Asanoyama 5. 1 - Tokushoryu 5. 1 - Shodai (NEW ENTRY) Most Makuuchi Zensho (Undefeated) Yusho (all time) 1. 15 - Hakuho 2. 8 - Futabayama 2. 8 - Taiho 4. 7 - Tachiyama 4. 7 - Kitanoumi 4. 7 - Chiyonofuji 7. 6 - Tochigiyama 8. 5 - Asashoryu 9. 4 - Tsunenohana 9. 4 - Haguroyama 9. 4 - Takanohana II *Currently active zensho yusho winners 1. 15 - Hakuho Most Consecutive Yusho (all time) 1. 7 - Asashoryu (11/2004~11/2005) 1. 7 - Hakuho (3/2010~5/2011) 3. 6 - Taiho (7/1962~5/1963) 3. 6 - Taiho (3/1966~1/1967) 3. 6 - Hakuho (5/2014~3/2015) 6. 5 - Futabayama (5/1936~5/1938) 6. 5 - Kitanoumi (1/1978~9/1978) 6. 5 - Chiyonofuji (5/1986~1/1987) Most Yusho Ketteisen (playoffs) 1. 10 - Hakuho (6-4) 1. 10 - Takanohana (5-5) 3. 8 - Kitanoumi (3-5) 4. 7 - Akebono (4-3) 4. 7 - Musashimaru (1-6) 6. 6 - Chiyonofuji (6-0) 6. 6 - Asashoryu (5-1) 6. 6 - Taiho (4-2) 9. 5 - Hokutoumi (3-2) 10. 4 - Wajima (3-1) 10. 4 - Takanonami (2-2) 10. 4 - Sadanoyama (1-3) 10. 4 - Wakanohana III (1-3) *Active rikishi who have been in Ketteisen 1. 10 (6-4) - Hakuho 2. 3 (1-2) Kakuryuu 3. 2 (0-2) Terunofuji 4. 1 (1-0) Mitakeumi 4. 1 (0-1) Takakeisho Most Makuuchi Yusho (Rikishi who did not make Yokozuna) 1. 5 - Kaio 2. 3 - Shimizugawa, Konishiki, Chiyotaikai, Tochiazuma II 6. 2 - Toyokuni, Masuiyama I, Kaiketsu, Takanohana I, Kotokaze, Hokutenyu, Wakashimazu, Kotonishiki, Takanonami, Mitakeumi, Terunofuji *Kotononishiki and Mitakeumi did not make Ozeki Lowest Makuuchi Yusho Winners (All Time) 1. M17W - Dewaminato (Hatsu 1939, 13-0) 1. M17W - Tokushoryu (Hatsu 2020, 14-1) 3. M17E - Terunofuji (July 2020, 13-2) 4. M14E - Ryogoku (Natsu 1914, 9-0-1) 4. M14E - Tamanoumi (Kyushu 1957, 15-0) 4. M14E - Takatoriki (Haru 2000, 13-2) 7. M13W - Sadanoyama (Natsu 1961, 12-3) 8. M13E - Kotofuji (Nagoya 1991, 14-1) 9. M12W - Tagaryu (Aki 1984, 13-2) 9. M12W - Kotonishiki (Kyushu 1998, 14-1) Fastest Makuuchi Yusho from Pro Debut (Excludes Makushita & Sandanme Tsukedashi, since 1958) 1. 24 - Takahanada (3/1988~1/1992) *1 1. 24 - Asashoryu (1/1998~11/2002) 3. 25 - Terunofuji (5/2011~5/2015) 4. 26 - Akebono (3/1988~5/1992) 4. 26 - Takakeisho (7/2014~11/2018) 6. 30 - Musashimaru (9/1989~7/1994) 7. 31 - Wakahanada (3/1988~3/1993) 8. 32 - Hakuho (7/2000~5/2006) 9. 34 - Kotooshu (3/2002~5/2008) 10. 38 - Chiyotaikai (11/1992~1/1999) *1 - Takanohana II *2 - Wakanohana III Fastest Makuuchi Yusho from Pro Debut (Makushita Tsukedashi) 1. 15 - Wajima (1/1970~5/1972) 2. 16 - Kotomitsuki (3/1999~9/2001) 3. 21 - Dejima (3/1996~7/1999) 3. 21 - Mitakeumi (3/2015~7/2018) Fastest Makuuchi Yusho from Pro Debut (Sandanme Tsukedashi) 1. 20 - Asanoyama (3/2016~5/2019) Most Makuuchi Yusho per Heya 1. 52 - Kokonoe 2. 51 - Dewanoumi 3. 46 - Takasago 3. 46 - Miyagino *4 5. 42 - Nishonoseki *1, *4 6. 40 - Futagoyama *2, *4 7. 27 - Hanakago *3 8. 26 - Mihogaseki *3 9. 23 - Tatsunami 10. 14 - Sadogatake *4 10. 14 - Musashigawa *5 *1 - Original incarnation of heya ceased operations, name revived in 2014 incarnation *2 - Became known as Takanohana beya, does not include 2 yusho won by Takahanada, who was in Fujishima beya before Fujishima and Futagoyama merged. No relation to the current Fujishima beya, ceased operations after Aki 2018 *3 - Ceased operations and has not been revived *4 - Actual numbers may vary based on sources. Information kept by the Nihon Sumo Kyokai and numbers that are provided by NHK may be different *5 - Currently known as Fujishima beya, no connection to the previous Fujishima beya that merged with Futagoyama beya Most Jun-Yusho 1. 22 - Hakuho 2. 16 - Kitanoumi 2. 16 - Takanohana II 4. 15 - Kashiwado 5. 14 - Wajima 5. 14 - Wakanohana II 5. 14 - Musashimaru 8. 13 - Akebono 9. 12 - Taiho 9. 12 - Tamanoumi 9. 12 - Kisenosato *Active Rikishi with Jun-Yusho 1. 22 - Hakuho 2. 8 - Kakuryu 3. 4 - Terunofuji 3. 4 - Tochinoshin 3. 4 - Takayasu 3. 4 - Takakeisho 7. 3 - Kotoshogiku 8. 2 - Kaisei 8. 2 - Ichinojo 8. 2 - Shodai 8. 2 - Asanoyama 12. 1 - Aoiyama, Endo, Gagamaru, Hokutofuji, Ikioi, Shohozan, Sokokurai, Takanosho, Takarafuji, Tamawashi, Terutsuyoshi, Tochiozan, Tokushoryu, Toyohibiki, Yutakayama Most Juryo Yusho 1. 5 - Masurao 2. 4 - Asanobori, Onishiki, Banryuyama, Hoo, Oginohana II, Wakanosato 8. 3 - Wakanokuni, Oshio, Shishiho, Washuyama, Wakasegawa, Kushimaumi, Daizen, Kinkaiyama, Baruto, Tochinoshin, Toyohibiki, Myogiryu, Chiyonokuni (NEW ENTRY) Aki 2020 Winner: Chiyonokuni
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    First sumo documentary film

    Is that from the English IMDB? I just checked the Japanese Wikipedia page and I was able to identify several other rikishi, one yobidashi and one gyoji that were also in the film. Akebono, Tochiazuma II, Kotooshu, Takekaze, Daikiho, Fujisazuma, Toyohibiki, Masunoyama AND Nionoumi Daishi (Miyuki) Isoazuma Sadanokuni Mutsukaze Hatachijo Hakkairyu Hokutoarashi Tasuke (yobidashi) Kimura Konosuke (gyoji)
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    Corona and sumo

    Saying this now and through an official capacity should give no one any excuses for not knowing then. Glad they are at least saying what the essentials are.
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    Top 10 Sumo Records Aki 2020 Edition

    Batch 20 (Juryo Basho) Most Basho in Juryo (All-Time) will be added to batch 4 after November 2020 1. 55 - Hachiya 1. 55 - Oshio 3. 54 - Tochiisami 4. 51 - Asanobori 4. 51 - Daimonji 6. 50 - Dairyuyama 7. 48 - Daio 7. 48 - Kitazakura 9. 47 - Hakuryu 10. 46 - Oiteyama
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    Top 10 Sumo Records Aki 2020 Edition

    Batch 19: Kachi-Koshi and Make-Koshi Most Kachi-Koshi Basho in Makuuchi (All-Time) 1. 83 - Hakuho 2. 82 - Kaio 3. 65 - Harumafuji 4. 64 - Kitanoumi 5. 63 - Chiyonofuji 5. 63 - Musashimaru 7. 59 - Kisenosato 8. 58 - Takanohana I 9. 56 - Taiho 10. 55 - Konishiki 10. 55 - Kotoshogiku Active Rikishi with 50+ KK Basho in Makuuchi 1. 83 - Hakuho 2. 55 - Kotoshogiku 3. 52 - Kakuryu Most Kachi-Koshi Basho as Sekitori (All-Time) 1. 89 - Kaio 2. 85 - Hakuho 3. 75 - Chiyonofuji 4. 68 - Kitanoumi 4. 68 - Harumafuji 6. 65 - Musashimaru 7. 64 - Takanohana I 7. 64 - Chiyotaikai 9. 62 - Kisenosato 10. 60 - Taiho 10. 60 - Kyokutenho Active Rikishi with 55+ KK as Sekitori 1. 85 - Hakuho 2. 59 - Kotoshogiku 3. 56 - Kakuryu Most Kachi-Koshi Basho in Juryo (All-Time) 1. 35 - Oshio 2. 32 - Daio 2. 32 - Dairyuyama 4. 31 - Tochiisami 5. 29 - Asahisato 6. 28 - Asanobori 6. 28 - Futatsuryu 8. 27 - Kotonofuji 8. 27 - Wakanokuni 10. 25 - Oiteyama 10. 25 - Otsukasa Active Rikishi with 15+ Kachi-Koshi basho in Juryo 1. 18 - Azumaryu 2. 17 - Kotoyuki Most Make-Koshi Basho in Makuuchi (All-Time) 1. 53 - Aminishiki 2. 51 - Kyokutenho 3. 50 - Terao *1 4. 47 - Takekaze 5. 46 - Tochinonada *1 6. 45 - Takamiyama 6. 45 - Akinoshima *2 6. 45 - Kotonowaka I *2 9. 44 - Yoshikaze 10. 43 - Tosanoumi *1 *1 - 1 kosho basho not counted towards total *2 - 3 kosho basho not counted towards total Most Make-Koshi Basho as Sekitori (All-Time) 1. 59 - Aminishiki 2. 56 - Oshio *1 2. 56 - Terao *3 4. 55 - Kyokutenho 5. 51 - Takekaze *1 6. 49 - Fujizakura *2 6. 49 - Onishiki 8. 48 - Ozutsu 8. 48 - Wakanosato *2 8. 48 - Tochinonada *1 8. 48 - Tosanoumi *1 *1 - 1 kosho basho not counted towards total *2 - 2 kosho basho not counted towards total *3 - 3 kosho basho not counted towards total Most Make-Koshi in Juryo (6BPY Era) 1. 31 - Hachiya 2. 27 - Daimonji 3. 26 - Hakuryu 4. 24 - Kitazakura *1 4. 24 - Kobo 6. 23 - Tochiisami 6. 23 - Asanobori 6. 23 - Satoyama 9. 22 - Akiseyama 9. 22 - Sawakaze *1 - 1 kosho basho not counted towards total Active rikishi with 15+ make-koshi basho in Juryo 1. 22 - Akiseyama 2. 16 - Azumaryu 2. 16 - Ikioi 2. 16 - Kitaharima COMING SOON Most Career Kachi-Koshi Most Career Make-Koshi
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    Sumo Reference Updates

    It looks like Oshio went kyujo/kosho for Nagoya 1972, but his record shows as 0-0 instead of the normal 0-0-15. http://sumodb.sumogames.de/Rikishi_basho.aspx?r=4078&b=197207
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    Top 10 Sumo Records Aki 2020 Edition

    Added him back. Originally removed him because of his banzuke gai streak, but realized that the top two wrestlers in the list also had banzuke gai tournaments. Since theirs are counted, then Sawaisusumu's should be counted too.
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    Ex-Ozeki Corps November 2020 Version

    We've been seeing a lot of bouncing up and down from the current ex-ozeki corps, which consists in alphabetical order of Kotoshogiku, Takayasu, Terunofuji and Tochinoshin. We saw Terunofuji fall all the way to Jonidan before mounting an almost impossible comeback to win his second yusho in July 2020. In July 2020, all the ex-ozeki also had KK. In Aki 2020, we saw a different picture of how everyone was doing, as Kotoshogiku and Tochinoshin went MK, with the Geek all but becoming the 4th ex-ozeki to fall to juryo based on his performance for the basho. Terunofuji managed to go KK before dropping out, while Takayasu put together a strong enough record that will likely see him back in sanyaku since falling from ozeki last year. This group is probably the biggest we've seen of an ex-ozeki corps in a while, if not all time. Each have shown shadows of what they were, but some of them almost seem like they might be able to mount a strong enough comeback to return to the second highest rank. Only one ex-ozeki has returned to ozeki the traditional way, could any of the current group become the second? This poll will be closed when one of the results in the poll questions happens, and a new updated poll will be made then.
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    Top 10 Sumo Records Aki 2020 Edition

    Through researching SumoDB, I have been able to get the remaining names to fill out the top ten list for most career losses. Hanakaze is 38 losses "away" from getting into the top 10 list and becoming the first and only wrestler to have not reached sekitori with that many losses.
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    Top 10 Sumo Records Aki 2020 Edition

    After doing some research, it seems that I omitted the fact that Musashigawa beya (currently Fujishima beya) did have 14 yusho won between 3 of its wrestlers in the late 90s and early 2000s. Musashimaru - 12 Dejima - 1 Musoyama - 1 The list in batch one of this thread has been updated to include the stable
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    Yusho or Rank?

    Yes this person here http://sumodb.sumogames.de/Rikishi.aspx?r=3705
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    Yusho or Rank?

    Tokushoryu's story is the epitome of a Cinderella story in sumo. Nobody, and I think nobody even on this forum could have predicted he would win the yusho. He's also in strange company as he still doesn't have sanyaku experience. There actually is one other person who won the yusho and never made sanyaku, but he remains largely forgotten. http://sumodb.sumogames.de/Rikishi.aspx?r=3705
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    Makuuchi Consecutive Match Tracker

    Tracker stacker: Takarafuji is now at 690, looking to make 700 in November. Tamawashi keeps his pace and now has 645. The cancellation of the Natsu basho due to Covid has knocked back their schedules slightly so now their new target dates are updated below. Target dates to get into the top 10 and tie Kitanoumi at 863: Takarafuji - Day 8 of Aki 2022 (age 35 years 7 months) Tamawashi - Day 8 of Haru 2023 (age 38 years 4 months)
  19. This thread will track all 42 wrestlers that are ranked in the top division per basho, including those who are certain to fall to juryo in the next basho. This thread also let's you know if somebody is close to getting into the top 10 for the top division (we won't be seeing that for a while though). Order is by longest streaks. Edit 3/31/18: Bolded rikishi have perfect attendance in makuuchi which are uninterrupted by kyujo and/or demotion to juryo. Haru 2017 405 - Ikioi 390 - Aoiyama 390 - Takarafuji 345 - Tamawashi 330 - Takekaze 285 - Kisenosato 270 - Sadanoumi 240 - Tochiozan 225 - Kotoyuki 225 - Myogiryu 218 - Yoshikaze 180 - Okinoumi 135 - Shohozan 135 - Takayasu 120 - Shodai 120 - Takanoiwa 110 - Mitakeumi 105 - Daishomaru 105 - Terunofuji 101 - Sokokurai 90 - Endo 90 - Nishikigi 75 - Kagayaki 60 - Chiyonokuni 60 - Chiyoshoma 60 - Kotoshogiku 45 - Hokutofuji 45 - Ichinojo 45 - Ishiura 30 - Takakeisho 15 - Daieisho 15 - Harumafuji 15 - Kakuryu 15 - Kyokushuho 15 - Tochinoshin 15 - Tokushoryu 15 - Ura 10 - Kaisei 0 - Arawashi 0 - Chiyoo 0 - Goeido 0 - Hakuho
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    Makuuchi Consecutive Match Tracker

    Aki 2020 makuuchi consecutive match tracker: 690 - Takarafuji 645 - Tamawashi 490 - Okinoumi 435 - Shohozan 420 - Shodai 375 - Kagayaki 315 - Daieisho 270 - Asanoyama 240 - Ryuden 225 - Aoiyama 210 - Sadanoumi 195 - Onosho 180 - Hokutofuji 140 - Mitakeumi 135 - Terutsuyoshi 120 - Enho 120 - Shimanoumi 80 - Myogiryu 75 - Takanosho 60 - Kaisei 60 - Tochinoshin 60 - Tokushoryu 30 - Kotoeko 30 - Kotoshoho 30 - Takayasu 30 - Wakatakakage 15 - Hoshoryu 15 - Ichinojo 15 - Meisei 15 - Tobizaru 15 - Takakeisho 9 - Kotoshogiku 8 - Ishiura 3 - Kiribayama 0 - Abi 0 - Chiyotairyu 0 - Endo 0 - Hakuho 0 - Kakuryu 0 - Kyokutaisei 0 - Terunofuji 0 - Yutakayama
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    Makuuchi Consecutive Match Tracker

    July 2020 makuuchi consecutive match tracker: 675 - Takarafuji 630 - Tamawashi 475 - Okinoumi 420 - Shohozan 405 - Shodai 360 - Kagayaki 300 - Daieisho 285 - Chiyotairyu 255 - Asanoyama 225 - Ryuden 210 - Aoiyama 195 - Sadanoumi 186 - Endo 180 - Onosho 165 - Hokutofuji 165 - Kotoshogiku 158 - Yutakayama 125 - Mitakeumi 120 - Terutsuyoshi 105 - Enho 105 - Shimanoumi 75 - Ishiura 65 - Myogiryu 60 - Takanosho 45 - Ikioi 45 - Kaisei 45 - Kiribayama 45 - Tochinoshin 45 - Tokushoryu 30 - Nishikigi 20 - Chiyomaru 15 - Kotoeko 15 - Kotoshoho 15 - Takayasu 15 - Terunofuji 15 - Wakatakakage 2 - Kotonowaka 0 - Abi 0 - Hakuho 0 - Kakuryu 0 - Kotoyuki 0 - Takakeisho
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    Makuuchi Consecutive Match Tracker

    Haru 2020 makuuchi consecutive match tracker: 660 - Takarafuji 615 - Tamawashi 460 - Okinoumi 405 - Shohozan 390 - Shodai 345 - Kagayaki 285 - Daieisho 270 - Chiyotairyu 240 - Asanoyama 210 - Abi 210 - Ryuden 195 - Aoiyama 180 - Sadanoumi 171 - Endo 165 - Onosho 150 - Hokutofuji 150 - Kotoshogiku 143 - Yutakayama 110 - Mitakeumi 105 - Terutsuyoshi 90 - Enho 90 - Shimanoumi 60 - Ishiura 60 - Takakeisho 50 - Myogiryu 45 - Takanosho 30 - Azumaryu 30 - Ikioi 30 - Kaisei 30 - Kiribayama 30 - Tochinoshin 30 - Tochiozan 30 - Tokushoryu 15 - Daiamami 15 - Hakuho 15 - Kakuryu 15 - Kotonowaka 15 - Meisei 15 - Nishikigi 5 - Chiyomaru 0 - Takayasu 0 - Tsurugisho *A review of Yutakayama's record found that he had 143 consecutive matches as of Haru 2020, not 60
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    Makuuchi Consecutive Match Tracker

    Hatsu 2020 makuuchi consecutive match tracker: 645 - Takarafuji 600 - Tamawashi 445 - Okinoumi 390 - Shohozan 375 - Shodai 330 - Kagayaki 270 - Daieisho 255 - Chiyotairyu 225 - Asanoyama 195 - Abi 195 - Ryuden 180 - Aoiyama 165 - Sadanoumi 156 - Endo 150 - Onosho 135 - Hokutofuji 135 - Kotoshogiku 105 - Kotoeko 95 - Mitakeumi 90 - Terutsuyoshi 75 - Enho 75 - Shimanoumi 45 - Ishiura 45 - Takakeisho 45 - Tsurugisho 45 - Yutakayama 35 - Myogiryu 30 - Chiyomaru 30 - Takanosho 15 - Azumaryu 15 - Goeido *retired 15 - Ikioi 15 - Kaisei 15 - Kiribayama 15 - Takayasu 15 - Tochinoshin 15 - Tochiozan 15 - Tokushoryu 0 - Hakuho 0 - Kakuryu 0- Kotoyuki 0 - Meisei
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    Makuuchi Consecutive Match Tracker

    Kyushu 2019 makuuchi consecutive match tracker: 630 - Takarafuji 585 - Tamawashi 430 - Okinoumi 375 - Shohozan 360 - Shodai 315 - Kagayaki 255 - Daieisho 240 - Chiyotairyu 225 - Nishikigi 210 - Asanoyama 180 - Abi 180 - Ryuden 165 - Aoiyama 150 - Sadanoumi 141 - Endo 135 - Onosho 120 - Hokutofuji 120 - Kotoshogiku 105 - Meisei 90 - Kotoeko 80 - Mitakeumi 75 - Daishoho 75 - Terutsuyoshi 60 - Enho 60 - Shimanoumi 45 - Kotoyuki 30 - Ishiura 30 - Takakeisho 30 - Tsurugisho 30 - Yutakayama 20 - Myogiryu 15 - Chiyomaru 15 - Daishomaru 15 - Hakuho 15 - Takanosho 0 - Goeido 0 - Ichinojo 0 - Kakuryu 0 - Takayasu 0 - Tochinoshin 0 - Tomokaze 0 - Wakatakakage
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    Makuuchi Consecutive Match Tracker

    He will have just turned 38 because his birthday is in November