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Videos Haru 2013-Day 1 and 13-15

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@7:17 Could be a boredom-related injury?

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the knights who say knee

(Laughing...)

"Bring out yer dead!" would have been slightly more accurate!!

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Sorry, my recording missed the first 10 bouts today. If somebody else has 'em, please do make them available for the DB.

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My Day 15 Highlights :

Y : Harumafuji 9-5 vs Hakuho 14-0, zensho or not ?

O : Baruto 8-6 vs Kotoshogiku 8-6, 14-13 head-to-head

S : Goeido 9-5 vs Shohozan 7-7

K : Tochiozan 9-5 vs Toyonoshima 7-7, 4-6 head-to-head

M : Okinoumi 10-4 vs Myogiryu 8-6, shared Jun-Yusho with Takarafuji ?

J1 : Kyokushuho 11-3 vs Azumaryu 12-2, Juryo Yusho battle, part II & even part III to come ?

J2 : Tokushoryu 6-8 vs Wakakoyu 6-8, Wakakoyu must have thought it was over after 3 seconds

J3 : Miyabiyama 2-12 vs Oniarashi 6-8, to finish in beauty ?

J4 : Chiyoo [Ms]4-2 vs Yoshiazuma 5-9, Chiyoo becoming a sekitori ?

Ms1 : Hamaguchi 4-2 vs Dewahayate 4-2, no MK for Hamaguchi yet, but the second time he's lost some.

Ms2 : Ryunonami 5-1 vs Wakamisho 5-1, two Mongolians moving to a new career high ?

Ms3 : Asatenmai 4-2 vs Mugendai 4-2, wow... just wow !

Ms4 : Sasakiyama 2-4 vs Hokuo 2-4, Sasakiyama started his career with a 3-0 7-0 7-0 and only 1 MK in his first 10 basho

Ms5 : Kansei 5-1 vs Terutsuyoshi 5-1, both guys took off with a career start of 2-0 5-2 5-2 6-1 5-2 before their first MK

Ms6 : Sasanoyama 5-1 vs Migikataagari 5-1, still no real MK for Sasanoyama, apart from that kyujo in Kyushu'12

Sd : 7-0 Wakarikido vs 7-0 Tosayutaka, Sandanme Yusho decider

Jd : all eyes on the kettei-sen

Jk : no footage

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Hopefully I will resume regular broadcasts next basho, but who knows..

Day 15:

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Hakuho has called audience for observing minute of science during NHK interview. Why and for whom?

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Big thanks to all video contributers.

I just managed to watch the final day. Especially loved the Wakanosato-Jokoryu bout: veteraniest of veterans against upstartiest of upstarts. And then the old man showed where he's coming from and basically ate the boy's liver. Awesome.

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Once again thanks to all those who uploaded the videos and those who filled in the missing ones. I'm always excited to see all the Makushita and Sandanme bouts (apart from the sekitori bouts of course).

And welcome back Kintamayama of course! Great video with all the playoff bouts.

Edited by The_Arrow87

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Thank you very much, i really appreciate the videos too.

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Thanks for thanking me. Pathetically, during the whole period I was partying in the US all I could think about was my not doing the videos..

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Hakuho has called audience for observing minute of science during NHK interview. Why and for whom?

Einstein?

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Hakuho has called audience for observing minute of science during NHK interview. Why and for whom?

Einstein?

To Taiho. My Japanese is so bad that I couldn't understand.

Hakuho asked the crowd at Bodymaker Colosseum to observe a moment of silence for Taiho, the most successful yokozuna in sumo who passed away in January.

“I would like to ask everyone, just for a minute, to pay our respects to Taiho — a great man,” Hakuho said.

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Thank you to Araibira, too, for the great effort. This basho I started following juryo, and started to like a lot Araibira's playlists. Quite handy.

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He was impressive enough fighting one bout per day, but like this, whoah, he's a monster!

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I agree. Seeing his wins all in one go like this, he looks unstoppable!

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