Reonito

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  1. Reonito

    Nagoya 2024 discussion (results)

    I recall Asanoyama being relatively injury-free before his suspension. You'd think the time off would have enabled him to fully rehab any lingering issues and work on his strength, so I didn't expect him to fall apart like this after coming back. I wonder if it's age, bad luck, or some effect of the layoff...
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    Guess Ura's Aite - July 2024 edition

    Yeah, when it's torikumi order vs banzuke order is a key nuance of the game.
  3. Reonito

    Nagoya 2024 discussion (results)

    Also, I know it's technically legal, but that elbow uppercut is a recipe for
  4. Reonito

    Nagoya 2024 discussion (results)

    What are the odds that a 9-6 Kirishima fights a 7-7 Takakeisho on Day 15? (Like March 2019, but with Takakeisho's role reversed)
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    Nagoya 2024 discussion (results)

    I remember March 2019 when Ichinojo went 14-1 by suddenly using his size to turn himself into a hatakikomi machine.
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    Nagoya 2024 discussion (results)

    Not sure it's a question of "falling for it" as much as when someone that tall and strong grabs you by the back of the neck and yanks, there's not a lot you can do.
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    Nagoya 2024 discussion (results)

    3-time yusho winner and former Ozeki Mitakeumi showed up!
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    Guess Ura's Aite - July 2024 edition

    Work obligations will once again force me to sit out the July basho. If this is acceptable to the rijichō, I would like to ask for latitude until September. I will either enter Aki or announce my intai in advance of that tournament.
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    Banzuke for Nagoya 2024

    Not exactly this, but 4-3 Ms5w going up over 5-2 Ms6e quite recently (edit: I see that I'm late to this )
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    Banzuke for Nagoya 2024

    I really hate this. Satorufuji becomes the first 6-1 from as high as Ms14 to be ranked outside the promotion zone in the six-basho era. Plenty of precedent for Ms1 3-4 going to Ms6 or lower.
  11. I went back and forth a lot on whether they could drop Tobizaru just half a rank, and ultimately convinced myself that this was the most likely option given the alternatives, but I don't feel great about it.
  12. But 3 instances of Sekiwake getting demoted to M2 more recently. I did put him at M2w rather than M2e given how extremely lenient even that is, but pulling up Shonann or Takanosho seems like too big of a stretch.
  13. I'm not sure how much they care, I feel like it's more "whom can we reasonably shove into the next open slot?" That usually means such gaps are minimal, but not always.
  14. I found a brief window last night.
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    Terutsuyoshi Intai

    I saw on Twitter that apparently he got divorced, which is why the sister was on tie duty