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  1. sahaven111

    Trivia question

    3 fusensho?
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    This IS the July 2020 Basho thread!! Spoilers!!

    Hakuho's out.
  3. sahaven111

    This IS the July 2020 Basho thread!! Spoilers!!

    It may have been tokushoryu...
  4. sahaven111

    Ridiculous Predictions for Nagoya 2020

    It happens
  5. sahaven111

    Makunouchi yushos in 2020

    M17 Tokushoryu m2 tokushoryu S tokushoryu O tokushoryu O tokushoryu Y tokushoryu But for real m17 tokushoryu S shodai Y hakuho O takakeisho O asanoyama o asanoyama
  6. sahaven111

    Sumo Reference Updates

    Oshoryu is listed as oshuryu. Kakuryu should be Y1wYO not just Y1w
  7. sahaven111

    Banzuke for Haru 2020

    But who is the worst rikishi to win a yusho? Nevrrmind... We just found out
  8. sahaven111

    Banzuke for Haru 2020

    There were 4 komusubi back in 2006...
  9. sahaven111

    Sumo Reference Updates

    Tamanishiki is listed as training at Murkowski-beya his entire career, even though nishonoseki wasn't a stable from 1931-1935
  10. sahaven111

    Corona and sumo

    They could give decent online coverage and let the would be "crowd" pay for it like they would tickets.
  11. sahaven111

    Corona and sumo

    They could hold it in another venue? like kyoto or maybe tokyo again?
  12. sahaven111

    Tokushoryu yusho celebrations

    Do they really take photos of every makuuchi rikishi before an honbasho, just in case they win the yusho?
  13. sahaven111

    Have a go at a Haiku!

    He's here, he is not is he here, no he is not it's kakuryu
  14. sahaven111

    Trivia bits

    Pre 1909 yusho winners: 1760s Edition October 1761: M2w Todagawa (7-1) March 1762: O1e Arataki (5-0)(1st) April 1763: S1e Arataki (6-0)(2nd) October 1763: M2w Tomozuna (6-1)(1st) March 1764: K1w Tomozuna (6-1)(2nd) October 1764: M4e Oshiogawa (6-1) March 1765: K1e Izumigawa (7-0)(1st) October 1765: M1e Hiregatake (6-2) March 1766: K1e Izumigawa (5-0)(2nd) October 1766: K1w Koshinoumi (6-0)(1st) March 1767: S1e Iwamigata (7-1) October 1767: K1e Izumigawa (7-0)(3rd) September 1768 - S1w Sekinoto (5-0) November 1768 - M30w? Tomozuna (6-0)(3rd) April 1769 - M1e Yukimiyama (6-0) October 1769 - M1w Koshinoumi (7-1)(2nd) To be continued...
  15. sahaven111

    Hello from England!

    welcome aboard, stupid face! we could always use more Chiyomaru fans!