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Day 4 results and day 5 pairings

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The two yokozuna as well as Kotomitsuki and Kotooshu won without problems, and those four suddenly are the undefeated rikishi left as all five maegashira at 3-0 lost today. Baruto, Aminishiki, Tokitenku and surprisingly shin-makuuchi Mokonami also are at three wins now. There still is one rikishi without a win below the joi-jin with Tochinonada, but he doesn't seem to be injured, just unlucky so far. Dejima suffered a kotenage loss to Asasekiryu and at 1-3 must go 5-6 for the rest to avoid demotion (or more likely intai in his case).

Juryo had only one of five leaders coming through today, and it was the lowest ranked, Daishoumi, with a good win over Hoshihikari. Wakanosato is up to 3-1 with a kotenage win against Kaiho. The lowest three rikishi all are at 1-3, and thus on early demotion watch.

Day 4

Juryo

Ms2e   Hoshikaze (2-1)	 uwatenage	  J13w   Kitazakura (1-3)
J12e   Toyozakura (2-2)	okuridashi	 J14e   Kotokuni (1-3)
J12w   Daishoumi (4-0)	 yorikiri	   J13e   Hoshihikari (2-2)
J11e   Wakatenro (1-3)	 tsukiotoshi	J14w   Kotoyutaka (1-3)
J10w   Kitataiki (3-1)	 yorikiri	   J11w   Kiyoseumi (1-3)
J10e   Jumonji (1-3)	   yorikiri	   J9w	Tokusegawa (2-2)
J6e	Kyokunankai (1-3)   yorikiri	   J7w	Kasuganishiki (3-1)
J6w	Wakanosato (3-1)	kotenage	   J9e	Kaiho (3-1)
J5e	Shirononami (3-1)   yorikiri	   J8w	Kirinowaka (2-2)
J7e	Kotokasuga (2-2)	hikiotoshi	 J4e	Hokutoriki (3-1)
J5w	Kimurayama (2-2)	hikiotoshi	 J2e	Koryu (3-1)
J4w	Asofuji (1-3)	   oshidashi	  J2w	Tosanoumi (2-2)
J1e	Chiyohakuho (1-3)   tsukiotoshi	J3w	Hakuba (1-3)
J1w	Tamaasuka (3-1)	 tsukiotoshi	J3e	Masatsukasa (1-3)

Makuuchi

M14e   Shimotori (2-2)	 yorikiri	   M15e   Homasho (3-1)
M14w   Tosayutaka (2-2)	yorikiri	   M15w   Kasugao (2-2)
M16e   Wakakoyu (2-2)	  yorikiri	   M13e   Futeno (3-1)
M12e   Asasekiryu (2-2)	kotenage	   M13w   Dejima (1-3)
M12w   Yoshikaze (2-2)	 utchari		M10e   Shotenro (3-1)
M10w   Tokitenku (3-1)	 okuridashi	 M11w   Tamawashi (1-3)
M9e	Takekaze (1-3)	  tsukiotoshi	M11e   Yamamotoyama (1-3)
M8w	Kakizoe (2-2)	   yoritaoshi	 M8e	Kokkai (3-1)
M7w	Mokonami (3-1)	  uwatenage	  M9w	Tochinonada (0-4)
M5e	Aminishiki (3-1)	oshidashi	  M7e	Toyonoshima (1-3)
M4e	Miyabiyama (2-2)	oshidashi	  M6w	Tamanoshima (3-1)

M6e	Bushuyama (1-3)	 oshidashi	  M4w	Takamisakari (1-3)
M3w	Baruto (3-1)		tsuridashi	 M5w	Tochinoshin (2-2)
S1w	Kisenosato (3-1)	yorikiri	   M1w	Goeido (1-3)
S1e	Kakuryu (2-2)	   oshidashi	  O2e	Kaio (2-2)
O1w	Kotooshu (4-0)	  yorikiri	   M3e	Iwakiyama (1-3)
O1e	Harumafuji (3-1)	shitatenage	K1e	Kyokutenho (1-3)
O3e	Chiyotaikai (2-2)   tsukidashi	 K1w	Kotoshogiku (1-3)
O2w	Kotomitsuki (4-0)   uwatenage	  M1e	Aran (0-4)
Y1e	Hakuho (4-0)		uwatenage	  M2w	Toyohibiki (0-4)
Y1w	Asashoryu (4-0)	 hikiotoshi	 M2e	Tochiozan (0-4)

Day 5

Juryo

J14e   Kotokuni (1-3)					 J13w   Kitazakura (1-3)
J13e   Hoshihikari (2-2)				  Ms2w   Tokushinho (2-0)
J11e   Wakatenro (1-3)					J12w   Daishoumi (4-0)
J14w   Kotoyutaka (1-3)				   J10w   Kitataiki (3-1)
J12e   Toyozakura (2-2)				   J9w	Tokusegawa (2-2)
J11w   Kiyoseumi (1-3)					J7w	Kasuganishiki (3-1)
J7e	Kotokasuga (2-2)				   J6w	Wakanosato (3-1)
J6e	Kyokunankai (1-3)				  J10e   Jumonji (1-3)
J9e	Kaiho (3-1)						J5w	Kimurayama (2-2)
J4e	Hokutoriki (3-1)				   J8w	Kirinowaka (2-2)
J5e	Shirononami (3-1)				  J2w	Tosanoumi (2-2)
J2e	Koryu (3-1)						J3w	Hakuba (1-3)
J4w	Asofuji (1-3)					  J1w	Tamaasuka (3-1)
J1e	Chiyohakuho (1-3)				  J3e	Masatsukasa (1-3)

Makuuchi

M14e   Shimotori (2-2)					M16e   Wakakoyu (2-2)
M13w   Dejima (1-3)					   M12w   Yoshikaze (2-2)
M12e   Asasekiryu (2-2)				   M15w   Kasugao (2-2)
M15e   Homasho (3-1)					  M11w   Tamawashi (1-3)
M11e   Yamamotoyama (1-3)				 M14w   Tosayutaka (2-2)
M13e   Futeno (3-1)					   M10w   Tokitenku (3-1)
M9e	Takekaze (1-3)					 M10e   Shotenro (3-1)
M9w	Tochinonada (0-4)				  M8w	Kakizoe (2-2)
M7e	Toyonoshima (1-3)				  M8e	Kokkai (3-1)
M5e	Aminishiki (3-1)				   M7w	Mokonami (3-1)
M6w	Tamanoshima (3-1)				  M4w	Takamisakari (1-3)

M4e	Miyabiyama (2-2)				   M5w	Tochinoshin (2-2)
M6e	Bushuyama (1-3)					M3w	Baruto (3-1)
S1e	Kakuryu (2-2)					  K1w	Kotoshogiku (1-3)
M3e	Iwakiyama (1-3)					O2w	Kotomitsuki (4-0)
O2e	Kaio (2-2)						 S1w	Kisenosato (3-1)
M1w	Goeido (1-3)					   O1w	Kotooshu (4-0)
O1e	Harumafuji (3-1)				   M1e	Aran (0-4)
O3e	Chiyotaikai (2-2)				  M2e	Tochiozan (0-4)
M2w	Toyohibiki (0-4)				   Y1w	Asashoryu (4-0)
Y1e	Hakuho (4-0)					   K1e	Kyokutenho (1-3)

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Day 4

S1e Kakuryu (2-2) K1w Kotoshogiku (1-3)

Oooooo a nightmare ........

:-D B-)

M2w Toyohibiki (0-4) Y1w Asashoryu (4-0)

TOYOHIBIKIIIIIIII ganbareeeee

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Day 4

S1e Kakuryu (2-2) K1w Kotoshogiku (1-3)

Oooooo a nightmare ........

:'-( (Yucky...)

I was thinking when I watched tv today "oh my God, who will Martina cheer for?" :-)

Being in this position many times before I feel your pain!!!

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From the Absolutely Useless Trivia Department:

First yorikiri win of Wakakoyu against a yori-specialist since 2001 (that was back in Sandanme against current Gorikiyama).

Edited by Randomitsuki

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First yorikiri win of Wakakoyu against a yori-specialist since 2001

Heavily favoured by Futeno's falling asleep in the middle of the bout.

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Who is going to stop Kotomitsuki?

A henka, probably by Aran or Miyabiyama.

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Day 4

S1e Kakuryu (2-2) K1w Kotoshogiku (1-3)

Oooooo a nightmare ........

(Osh...) (Praying...)

I was thinking when I watched tv today "oh my God, who will Martina cheer for?" (Showing respect...)

Being in this position many times before I feel your pain!!!

Me too! The more I watch Sumo, the more guys I find myself liking. It is often difficult to decide who to cheer for.

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Who is going to stop Kotomitsuki?

A henka, probably by Aran or Miyabiyama.

Technically speaking, henka is not about stopping the opponent, rather the opposite (Showing respect...)

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Also, it would be hard for Kotomitsuki to lose to Aran by a henka... since they've already fought.

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Also, it would be hard for Kotomitsuki to lose to Aran by a henka... since they've already fought.

Must you always nitpick??

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Also, it would be hard for Kotomitsuki to lose to Aran by a henka... since they've already fought.

Must you always nitpick??

He's getting assimilated.

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I was thinking the same thing while I was writing the reply, actually. What are ya, a telepath?

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