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On 7/14/2018 at 01:38, 808morgan said:

**Throws sandwich at computer**

It's easy to get bummed about Tochinoshin but at least it isn't his knee.

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Tochinoshin won't return this basho - kadoban next time - and likely also won't take part at the start of the jungyo

today showing the condition of the injured toe to the oyakata

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Day 11

Two more rikishi withdrawing:

Ms60e CHIYONOKATSU (4-1, fusen day 9)

Jk10e DAISHIRYU (1-4, fusen day 9)


hello! (Happygoodbyes...)

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Kyodo says Kotoshogiku is kyujo from Day 11, which will give Shodai his second fusensho of the basho.

And that leaves Goeido as the last man standing with a Makuuchi yusho.

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2 hours ago, Yubinhaad said:

Kyodo says Kotoshogiku is kyujo from Day 11, which will give Shodai his second fusensho of the basho.

And that leaves Goeido as the last man standing with a Makuuchi yusho.

Confirmed on the NSK site

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8 hours ago, Yubinhaad said:

Kyodo says Kotoshogiku is kyujo from Day 11, which will give Shodai his second fusensho of the basho.

Damage to his left arm biceps and triceps muscles, 3 weeks treatment expected.

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Posted (edited)

Day 13

Jk27e FUJIKAWA (absent from day 1) is beginning his tournament.  Meanwhile, these rikishi are withdrawing:

Ms52e SHINGAKU (1-4-1, fusenpai day 1, withdraw day 3, return day 5, and fusenpai day 12)
Ms60w SAIDAIJI (2-4, fusenpai day 12)

Sd78w KAORUFUJI (5-1)

Jd96w TABARA (3-3, fusenpai day 12)

 

Edited by Fukurou
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Chiyonokuni kyujo from Day 13, according to Kyodo. :-( That will give Ikioi a kachi-koshi clinching fusensho.

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51 minutes ago, Yubinhaad said:

Chiyonokuni kyujo from Day 13, according to Kyodo. :-( That will give Ikioi a kachi-koshi clinching fusensho.

Pleasure-pain theory in action. Two of my favourite rikishi, one injured and heading toward MK, but helping the other to a KK.

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2 hours ago, Yubinhaad said:

Chiyonokuni kyujo from Day 13, according to Kyodo. :-( That will give Ikioi a kachi-koshi clinching fusensho.

Nothing yet on the NSK site.

There. I've just guaranteed it will appear within the next 5 minutes.

EDIT: It took longer than 5 minutees, but it's finally confirmed by the NSK site.

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Chiyonokuni going kyujo there was no surprise. Still a shame though since he was really proving himself out there this basho.

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I'm a bit surprised there has been no news about Yoshikaze after the bloody nose from Abi. Yes, they gave him the easiest opponent they could and he might get 2 wins and avoid demotion but he could also lose them all anyway. Including losing to an M16 with a losing record. I was expecting him to pull out. 

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East Maegashira #8
Chiyoshoma
(Kokonoe Beya)
has withdrawn the Final Day of the July Tournament.

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This gives Okinoumi his 8th win!

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Chiyoshoma"s 498 consecutive match streak will end.

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13 minutes ago, Bumpkin said:

Chiyoshoma"s 498 consecutive match streak will end.

Nine years without a fusen match (win or loss).

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Just now, Asojima said:

Nine years without a fusen match (win or loss).

Wow. He did start limping after beating Nishkigi but I figured he'd tough it out as usual. Must be pretty bad. 

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1 minute ago, Rocks said:

Wow. He did start limping after beating Nishkigi but I figured he'd tough it out as usual. Must be pretty bad. 

If he can walk, he could climb onto the dohyo and pull a hattorizakura to keep his streak alive. 

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