hiroshitakubo

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About hiroshitakubo

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    Mae-zumo
  • Birthday 28/07/1988

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    Takanohana, Takamisakari, Tsuyukusa, Takayasu!

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  1. hiroshitakubo

    Basho Talk Kyushu 2017 (SPOILERS)

    Takayasu out is a bummer :(, but I'm happy for my man Tsuyukusa (Sandanme 79). Talked to him very briefly at the start of this basho, he was kind of conservative about his chances. Now he's close to netting his first small yusho!
  2. hiroshitakubo

    Sansho Haru 2017

    I'm glad my favourite rikishi (from the modern era) got the prize, but was shukun-sho suitable? Is his Haru kimarite resume (http://sumodb.sumogames.de/Rikishi_basho.aspx?r=6480&b=201703) enough for Gino-sho? I think it's close, but still a bit insufficient
  3. hiroshitakubo

    Greetings from Poland!

    Thank you for your warm welcome. At the beginning I thought that I'll be stucked in the past too much and won't appreciate sumo of today, fortunately I qiuckly realized how wrong I was and while still missing old days I've found myself bit by sumo bug again after all these years and man, it feels good to be back :D Witam kolegÄ™ sinologa w tym nietypowym miejscu :D Haha, that made me rollin' on my non-existent carpet. Polskie Ogorki should be enough to survive in Poland, at least for long enough to learn some more useful phrases
  4. hiroshitakubo

    Greetings from Poland!

    Been browsing through this forum for some time now and finally decided to actively take part in forums life. Firstly, excuse my poor English and secondly there is a short introduction of myself: My name's Maciek, 29 years old from Poland. Like many of the European sumo fans I started from watching sumo on Eurosport around the beginning of 2000', then after it had been pulled down from Eurosport I had a weird 9-10 years when I unexplicably forgot about sumo. Last year right before Kyushu Basho I somehow revived my interest in sumo and was positively surpised to see that Aminishiki is still around! WOW! I am amazed by how extensive the knowledge of some of the members is, you guys are just walking sumo encyclopedias! A lot to learn, a lot to catch up to! Loved old lions (Ake, Taka-Waka, Musa, Asashoryu etc.), loving new tigers (Takayasu, Terrorfuji)! ^_^