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  1. Apayasu

    Hatsu 2022 discussions (results)

    He DID it inthe past...:) With a different set of knees of course... :(
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    March basho 2021

    During Terunofuji's bout I had the feeling that he is inpatient, seemed like he gave up some form and security for a quick win.
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    This IS the July 2020 Basho thread!! Spoilers!!

    Looked like a (somewhat) clear Enho victory to me...
  4. Apayasu

    2019 Aki Basho Discussion (spoiler alert!)

    Just like Asanoyama did. Shame.
  5. Apayasu

    2019 Aki Basho Discussion (spoiler alert!)

    I really like the sumo Enho shows this basho. A see his technique improving towards a more "correct" sumo. I hope he will continue this way, thus reducing the risk of a severe injury.
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    Greetings from Budapest

    Isten hozott :).
  7. Apayasu

    Nagoya 2019 Discussion (here be spoilers)

    I cannot make heads or tails of it. Now he doesn't seem (to my untrained eyes) injured, knees and foot seem solid. Is this bad decisions and technique?
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    Natsu basho 2019 discussions [SPOILERS]

    Today Takayasu took his painkillers, looked like he was alive. Good to see Tochinoshin back. Maybe the most powerful rikishi on the banzuke.
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    Regaining ózeki

    Awesome, thanks.
  10. Apayasu

    Regaining ózeki

    I know, but I’m a lazy guy AND a Hungarian, so I’ve got the ó right on my keyboard :)
  11. Apayasu

    Hakuho Injures Arm Haru Basho 2019

    Strange. Hakuhó semms to me the kind of guy who is pragmatic enough to go to a proper doctor and have hmself treated, whatever it takes. He certainly woudn't want to transform into a Kisenosato-like walking injury.
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    Regaining ózeki

    I thought that once a kadoban finishes with make-koshi, he loses the ózeki rank and that's all. Now i read on tachiai.org that : "The big news, of course, is that we lose one Ozeki (at least temporarily) and gain another. Tochinoshin (7-8) will be ranked Sekiwake at Natsu, with a one-time shot to regain his rank with 10 victories." Is it so? Is it official, or a custom, that finishing with a "yokozuna kachi-koshi", you get back to ózeki?
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    Haru Basho 2019 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    I feel really sorry for Tochinoshin. He put up a good fight, stood his ground against Kakuryu. I think if he were100% healthy, he would have lifted Kakuryu out, like in the good old times.
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    Haru Basho 2019 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    Not his former, dominant self, but much-much better than in the 1st week. Came too late though...sad.
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    Haru Basho 2019 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    And - for me - Nishikigi. Somehow I expected him to continue his dominant sumo in March. Didn't happen, but I hope he'll grow to a very successful rikishi.