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Makunouchi Yushos in 2017

Makunouchi Yushos in 2017...  

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  1. 1. How many Yushos will be won by Yokozunas?

  2. 2. How many Yushos will be won by Ozekis?

  3. 3. How many Yushos will be won by rikishi ranked below Ozeki?



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Hi!

Which ranks will win the Makunouchi yushos in 2017?  This is the 10th anniversary of this poll. (Holidayfeeling...)

Please write your predictions below.

Please also mention which rikishi (give names!) you think will actually win the yushos (and how many).

Similar polls can be found for previous years below.

2016
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Hakuho 2

Kakuryu 1

 Harumafuji 2

Goueidou 1 (I'll even predict Hakuho will be kyujo that time.)

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Hakuho 3, Harumafuji 1, Kisenosato 2 for promotion. *BAM* :-D

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Hakuho 2

Kakuryu 1

Harumafuji 1

Kisenosato 1

Terunofuji 1

I'll make a bold prediction and say there will be a playoff involving someone from sekiwake or below.

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Harumafuji 2

Hakuho 2

Kakuryu 1

Shodai 1 (winning a ketteisen against Kisenosato). 

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Hakuho 2

Kisenosato 2

Harumafuji 1

Ichinojo 1 as maegashira

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Hakuho 2

Harumafuji 1

Kakuryu 1

Goeido 1

Kisenosato 1

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Hakuho 2

Kakuryu 1

Kisenosato 3 (just to make it the most hopeless guess for this poll (Laughing...) and because it would make my wife very happy (Sigh...))

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Hakuho 1  (13-2 in Jan, then retires)

Harumafuji 1 (14-1 in July)

Kakuryu 2 (14-1 in May and 13-2 in Nov)

Shodai 1 (13-2 in Sep)

Goeido 1 (12-3 in Mar)

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6 yushos for Mongolia!

Hakuho - 1 (January)

Harumafuji - 2 (March and November)

Terunofuji (!!!) - 2 (May and July - leading to his promotion)

Kakuryu - 1 (September)

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7 hours ago, Jejima said:

Terunofuji (!!!) - 2 (May and July - leading to his promotion)

yes please

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Hakuho 3

Harumafuji 2

Kise 1 (i am not a fan of him, but i feel hes about to pop his cherry)

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Hakuho 2

Harumafuji 1

Kakuryu 1

Kisenosato 1 Aki

Terunofuji 1 Kyushu (preventing Kisenosato from getting his 2nd)

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Hakuho 2, Kakuryu 2, Harumafuji 1.

Kisenosato will win one, then choke badly on his tsuna run.

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4 Yokozuna
2 Ozeki
0 Other

2 for Kakuryu
1 for Hakuho
1 for Harumafuji
2 for Kisenosato

It looks like Kakuryu is now the most stable and consistent of the three Yokozuna, which is great for him, but he won't be dominating the scene as Hakuho did. I'm hopeful that this will open the door for Kisenosato, and that he will finally be able to walk through.

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On 07/12/2016 at 12:53, Rocks said:

Hakuho 2

Kisenosato 2

Harumafuji 1

Ichinojo 1 as maegashira

(Maegashira) Ichinojo for the last yusho of the year?

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On 04/12/2016 at 03:27, Benihana said:

Hakuho 3, Harumafuji 1, Kisenosato 2 for promotion. *BAM* :-D

Or will Hakuho win a third?  (I have been looking at a number of my 'annual polls' - and Benihana, thus far, seems to be doing better than average in most of them!)

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