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  1. Inosuke gets in the way again, possibly costing Takayasu the bout
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    Haru 2022 Discussion Thread (SPOILERS!)

    I reckon they’d want the 33 given the 9 wins wasn’t at sanyaku
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    Haru 2022 Discussion Thread (SPOILERS!)

    Even bringing back the Ozeki era pre match grunt didn’t work
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    Haru 2022 Discussion Thread (SPOILERS!)

    How come Inosuke isn’t the gyoji?
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    Hatsu 2022 discussions (results)

    A play off would have been the last thing he needed
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    Hatsu 2022 discussions (results)

    Ishiura thoroughly deserves the technique prize
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    Hatsu 2022 discussions (results)

    Absolutely. And while I agree with the decision to match up the yusho contenders in the final days, they could easily have foreseen this and had Shodai face Terunofuji earlier. In a way it would be a rebuke for Shodai - you’re not putting in an Ozeki performance so you don’t get to fight on senshuraku
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    Ozumo at the Royal Albert Hall 2023

    Good news but will it be a serious event or more like a jungyo where some of the bouts are about as real as WWE?
  9. Maybe in that parallel universe Daieisho took inspiration from his Ozeki promotion and is now Yokozuna Daieisho
  10. I think anything like that is better than 8 wins 3 times a year
  11. I think the answer is to make the criteria for Ozeki promotion more lenient, say 30 wins (obviously 33 isn’t a rule anyway) and take a more relaxed approach to a 9 win basho within the 30 or a result achieved outside sanyaku. The quality control against the promoted rikishi then failing to maintain Ozeki standards would be the 10 win requirement.
  12. I would introduce what I’m going to call the ‘Shodai law’ to tighten up minimum required standards to retain the Ozeki rank. Alongside the current rules, Ozeki will be required to attain 10 wins at least once in a rolling 3 basho period, thus ending the ability to hang onto the Ozeki rank for years by getting an 8 win kachikoshi once every couple of basho.
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    Hakuho retires

    Surprising the YDC didn’t recommend retirement after the 10-5s
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    Hattorizakura (Shounanzakura)-intai

    I always wondered how he would fare against an average punter in the crowd. Maybe they could make a gameshow along those lines as his next career move.
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    Hakuhou caught watching Judo

    They’re probably concerned about the lack of hinkaku shown by Chiyomaru on social media when he used to go round waking everyone up