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Day 6 results and day 7 pairings

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Yokozuna Hakuho and ozeki Kotooshhu are the remaining two undefeated makuushi leaders as Toyonoshima fell prey to an okuritaoshi by Takamisakari. Asashoryu and Kisenosato (winning the komusubi match-up against Asasekiryu) stay one win behind, with Tamanoshima and Toyohibiki from the maegashira ranks joining them at 5-1. Kotomitsuki is 4-2 with a hard win against Miyabiyama and Kaio made it look easy to drop Kotoshogiku by keeping some distance, while Chiyotaikai looked overmatched against Ama.

Kimurayama beat Monolian Ryuo to keep the lead, ahead of only Koryu and Kitazakura as Bushuyama and Chiyohakuho lost. The top is getting thin as just Tamawashi and Katayama advanced to 4-2. Asofuji won the second straight bout to improve to 2-4, and injured Ichihara might struggle to stay in juryo as he is 2-4 as well with an okuridashi loss to Kyokunankai.

Day 6

Juryo

J12e   Kirinowaka (2-4)	oshidashi	  J14e   Bushuyama (4-2)
J14w   Katayama (4-2)	  oshidashi	  J11e   Chiyohakuho (4-2)
J13w   Asofuji (2-4)	   oshidashi	  J10e   Daiyubu (2-4)
J10w   Shimotori (3-3)	 oshidashi	  J13e   Wakakoyu (3-3)
J9e	Sakaizawa (3-3)	 okuritaoshi	J12w   Sagatsukasa (2-4)
J8e	Kyokunankai (3-3)   okuridashi	 J11w   Ichihara (2-4)
J9w	Shirononami (3-3)   yorikiri	   J7e	Ushiomaru (2-4)
J8w	Kitazakura (5-1)	yorikiri	   J6w	Mokonami (2-4)
J7w	Koryu (5-1)		 yorikiri	   J5e	Kaiho (3-3)
J6e	Hoshihikari (3-3)   yoritaoshi	 J3w	Toyozakura (2-4)
J2e	Tamawashi (4-2)	 oshidashi	  J4e	Kasuganishiki (2-4)
J2w	Kimurayama (6-0)	tsukidashi	 J5w	Ryuo (2-4)
J4w	Otsukasa (3-3)	  okuridashi	 J1e	Wakakirin (2-4)
J3e	Masatsukasa (3-3)   yorikiri	   J1w	Kitataiki (3-3)

Makuuchi

M15w   Toyohibiki (5-1)	tsukiotoshi	M14e   Tochinoshin (3-3)
M16w   Hakuba (1-5)		okuritaoshi	M13e   Kakizoe (3-3)
M13w   Tamanoshima (5-1)   yoritaoshi	 M16e   Kotokasuga (2-4)
M12w   Tamakasuga (2-4)	oshidashi	  M15e   Hakurozan (3-3)
M11e   Iwakiyama (4-2)	 okuridashi	 M14w   Yoshikaze (1-5)
M10e   Dejima (3-3)		hatakikomi	 M12e   Tosanoumi (2-4)
M9w	Roho (4-2)		  hatakikomi	 M11w   Homasho (3-3)
M8w	Takekaze (2-4)	  oshidashi	  M10w   Wakanosato (3-3)
M7w	Goeido (4-2)		shitatenage	M9e	Kasugao (3-3)
M6w	Hokutoriki (3-3)	tsukiotoshi	M8e	Tochinonada (4-2)
M7e	Takamisakari (3-3)  okuritaoshi	M5w	Toyonoshima (5-1)

M4e	Tokitenku (3-3)	 sukuinage	  M6e	Futeno (3-3)
M4w	Aminishiki (4-2)	yorikiri	   M5e	Tochiozan (0-6)
M3w	Kakuryu (2-4)	   hatakikomi	 M1e	Kokkai (0-6)
K1e	Kisenosato (5-1)	sukuinage	  K1w	Asasekiryu (3-3)
O1e	Kotomitsuki (4-2)   yorikiri	   M3e	Miyabiyama (1-5)
O2w	Kotooshu (6-0)	  yorikiri	   M1w	Baruto (0-6)
S1e	Ama (4-2)		   oshidashi	  O2e	Chiyotaikai (3-3)
O1w	Kaio (3-3)		  hatakikomi	 S1w	Kotoshogiku (3-3)
Y1e	Asashoryu (5-1)	 yorikiri	   M2e	Kyokutenho (1-5)
Y1w	Hakuho (6-0)		tsukidashi	 M2w	Wakanoho (2-4)

Day 7

Juryo

J11e   Chiyohakuho (4-2)				  J10w   Shimotori (3-3)
J14e   Bushuyama (4-2)					J9w	Shirononami (3-3)
J9e	Sakaizawa (3-3)					J14w   Katayama (4-2)
J11w   Ichihara (2-4)					 J8w	Kitazakura (5-1)
J8e	Kyokunankai (3-3)				  J10e   Daiyubu (2-4)
J13e   Wakakoyu (3-3)					 J7w	Koryu (5-1)
J7e	Ushiomaru (2-4)					J13w   Asofuji (2-4)
J12w   Sagatsukasa (2-4)				  J6w	Mokonami (2-4)
J6e	Hoshihikari (3-3)				  J12e   Kirinowaka (2-4)
J3e	Masatsukasa (3-3)				  J5w	Ryuo (2-4)
J4w	Otsukasa (3-3)					 J2w	Kimurayama (6-0)
J2e	Tamawashi (4-2)					J5e	Kaiho (3-3)
J4e	Kasuganishiki (2-4)				J1w	Kitataiki (3-3)
J1e	Wakakirin (2-4)					J3w	Toyozakura (2-4)

Makuuchi

M14e   Tochinoshin (3-3)				  M15e   Hakurozan (3-3)
M14w   Yoshikaze (1-5)					M13w   Tamanoshima (5-1)
M13e   Kakizoe (3-3)					  M15w   Toyohibiki (5-1)
M12e   Tosanoumi (2-4)					M16e   Kotokasuga (2-4)
M16w   Hakuba (1-5)					   M10w   Wakanosato (3-3)
M10e   Dejima (3-3)					   M11w   Homasho (3-3)
M11e   Iwakiyama (4-2)					M9w	Roho (4-2)
M9e	Kasugao (3-3)					  M12w   Tamakasuga (2-4)
M7e	Takamisakari (3-3)				 M6w	Hokutoriki (3-3)
M6e	Futeno (3-3)					   M8w	Takekaze (2-4)
M8e	Tochinonada (4-2)				  M5w	Toyonoshima (5-1)

M5e	Tochiozan (0-6)					M7w	Goeido (4-2)
M4w	Aminishiki (4-2)				   M2w	Wakanoho (2-4)
M2e	Kyokutenho (1-5)				   M1w	Baruto (0-6)
M1e	Kokkai (0-6)					   K1w	Asasekiryu (3-3)
S1e	Ama (4-2)						  O1w	Kaio (3-3)
O1e	Kotomitsuki (4-2)				  M4e	Tokitenku (3-3)
K1e	Kisenosato (5-1)				   O2w	Kotooshu (6-0)
O2e	Chiyotaikai (3-3)				  S1w	Kotoshogiku (3-3)
M3e	Miyabiyama (1-5)				   Y1w	Hakuho (6-0)
Y1e	Asashoryu (5-1)					M3w	Kakuryu (2-4)

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K1e Kisenosato (5-1) O2w Kotooshu (6-0)

Big one.

But also Ama vs. Kaio and Chiyo vs. Shogiku are matchups with much on the line. Excellent basho so far.

Edited by HenryK

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M14e Tochinoshin (3-3) M15e Hakurozan (3-3)

Looking forward to it. (Sign of approval...)

Easy win for The Count, as long as he doesn't fall for the RoBros' trademark backpedaling.

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The Count

What are the origins of this [nickname]?

My guess would be his big fangs, black cloak and the ability to turn into a bat.

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M14e Tochinoshin (3-3) M15e Hakurozan (3-3)

Looking forward to it. (Eh?)

Easy win for The Count, as long as he doesn't fall for the RoBros' trademark backpedaling.

RoBro didn't go for his usual backpedaling which makes me piss of, so i'm happy. I wanna give the guy little credit. (Being unsure...)

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