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    Ura, Yoshikaze, Osunaarashi, Shodai.

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  1. Jyuunomori

    Natsu 2022 Discussion Thread - here be spoilers

    People putting both arms under Terunofuji's armpits has the same energy as a child who has touched the fire once and been burned, then touches the fire again to see if it is still hot.
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    Natsu 2022 Discussion Thread - here be spoilers

    Yup. Wakatakakage has them stealth hands.
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    Aki Basho 2021 - Discussion Thread (Spoilers!)

    Ura pulling out the magic tricks again. I swear, every damn basho he either tries to or actually pulls off something awesome.
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    Nagoya Basho 2021

    To be perfectly honest: Hakuho was actually trying to lose today, just so that he could give Terunofuji the good ol' Henkaryuu special and double Henka him, first in regulation and in the following play-off... Kisenosato v. Henkaryuu flashbacks intensify.
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    Nagoya Basho 2021

    I honestly think that was just Hakuho giving some smelling salts to Shodai with those slaps. '''See, you can't even beat a guy who doesn't tachiai. Time to learn the entire sumo dictionary again, from alphabets, basics of the basics.'' Anyways. Will Terunofuji remain Terunofuji when he is given the rope? Glad to see him get it...since he always was gonna get it before the...delay...
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    Hokuseiho - Shot at a record?

    Guy has kept his promise to win a Yusho from each division to Sekitorihood. Now he needs two more scalps to make it 6/6.
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    Hokuseiho - Shot at a record?

    Man, he really did it. A Sekitori in one year, even with the sit-out due to Corona regulations. Let's see if he will manage his other goal: Win a Yusho in each division.
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    Nagoya Basho 2021

    Hakuho's face really says it all at the end: ''Did you guys see that shit? Crazy stuff man.'' He was almost certain that he lost when his back was taken. Seeing him again is such a riot.
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    Nagoya Basho 2021

    Gotta say: This is some weird shit... ...it is like the people ringside actually took Takakeisho's injury seriously or some shit...imagine my surprise they didn't let him die on the ringside. Weird times. Enho not being asked to be a superhuman and not letting him continue might be even weirder.
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    Natsu basho 2021

    Oof, that's gruesome by Ura. I guess since Enho is a smaller guy, and Ura as a brilliant technique rikishi can beat him in technique or just purely outmuscle him. Two really solid wins by Ura over Enho these past few tournaments. Good for him. But the main topic: Are we really gonna see Terunofuji do the fabled double promotion from Ozeki to Yokozuna in a back-to-back basho? Bonus: Ichinojo didn't quit for some reason as he usually does. Weird seeing him win a long bout.
  11. Jyuunomori

    Non-K-November basho 2020 Discussion (spoiler space)

    If Takakeisho wins tomorrow 14-1...YDC wouldn't promote him, would they?
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    Non-K-November basho 2020 Discussion (spoiler space)

    Do I see Hakuho grooming this Hokuseiho kid to be his successor or something? 21-0 and triple Yusho in a row. No problem at all, barely an inconvenience.
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    Aki talkie

    I am sorry Takakeishou, but if your shoulder spasm daily I would think you are, in fact, not OK.
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    Banzuke for Aki 2020

    Daieisho got promoted to Sekiwake with neither Sekiwake losing their ranks. His performance was too good not to be promoted, and Endo was there to fill the Komusubi spot. A huge leap for Terunofuji. Welcome back, my man.
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    Hatsu Basho 2019 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    As much as I love Kisenosato, please dude, stop. It is getting really painful to watch one of the top Ozekis in the history of Sumo to go down like this. He loves Sumo, and I get it, but it is time to quit now before he embarrasses his legacy further. He made it to the top then capped it off with a Yusho as a Yokozuna. All three Ozeki may want to go Kyujo as well. This is not a good look. Especially when 40-year-old Aminishishiki looks better, even when losing. At least the Young Bloods are doing really well. Tomorrow we will see if Takakeisho has the nerves to go on to become Ozeki. There is not many people standing between that rank now.