Well... the past five days of undefeated Yokozuna performances have been refreshing and honestly a quite a bit exciting, but it's hard to see this run progressing much further. Kisenosato's victories have all been hard-fought nail-biters, and I figure Hakuho caught a bit of luck in not getting Okuridashi'd while presenting his backside to a flat-footed Takakeisho. It has been noted here that we have not seen 3 undefeated Yokozuna through day 4 (or more) since Haru, 1989 (Hokutoumi, Onokuni, Chiyonofuji) - that collective winning record will hold through day 11. Beyond that, Futabayama, Terukuni, and Haguroyama each held spotless records through 12 days of Hatsu, 1943.
How far do you think this current streak will run?
Anyhow (and trivia aside)... I'm still waiting for Mitakeumi to mentally fall apart somewhere around day 8, but am hopeful he has left that habit behind him.
Also: dark horse Hokutofuji, anyone?