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Rikishi younger than everyone above them on the banzuke

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On 31/10/2023 at 22:40, Yarimotsu said:

since 1997 (before I was born).

So, I guess that's a case for `Get off My Lawn' (Anotheryearolder...)

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Hatsu 2024:

Y1e Terunofuji 29.11.1991
O1e Kirishima 24.04.1996
O1w Hoshoryu 22.05.1999
M1w Atamifuji 03.09.2002
J12w Tenshoho 07.09.2002
Ms3w Satorufuji 29.05.2004
Ms15e Wakaikari 22.02.2005
Ms57e Anosho 02.03.2005
Sd1e Tanji 05.06.2006
Sd27e Rinko 04.07.2006
Sd82e Takaarashi 28.12.2006
Jd17e Kiyonoyama 24.12.2007
Jd37e Yumenofuji 02.02.2008
Jd69w Kotohanashiro 04.02.2008
Jd95e Daibasho 21.03.2008

Kirishima and Hoshoryu pass Takakeisho

Atamifuji passes Hokuseiho

Hakuoho falls below Tenshoho

Satorufuji passes Otsuji and Kotokenryu

Wakaikari passes Tanji, who falls below Anosho

Keiga falls below Kiyonoyama, who passes Kotomunakata

Kotohanashiro passes Daibasho

 

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1 hour ago, Gurowake said:

Wakaikari passes Kotokenryu

I had taken zero notice of Wakaikari until now, but it seems like he's worth paying attention to, even if he is a smaller guy

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It looks like I made a mistake in the details.  Wakaikari didn't actually pass Kotokenryu but showed up on the list for another reason.  I've changed the details there.

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6 minutes ago, Gurowake said:

It looks like I made a mistake in the details.  Wakaikari didn't actually pass Kotokenryu but showed up on the list for another reason.  I've changed the details there.

Reaching the extended Ms promotion zone at 18 and after only 5 basho starting in Jk is impressive!

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Rikishi older than everyone above them on the banzuke, Hatsu 2024:

Y1e Terunofuji 29.11.1991
K1e Takayasu 28.02.1990
M10e Tamawashi 16.11.1984
Sd37e Dairaido 17.04.1980
Jd7w Yoshiazuma 26.05.1977
Jd15e Shoketsu 05.09.1976

Shodai and Myogiryu are knocked off the list immediately after appearing. Tamawashi is holding down a whole lot of ranks.

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I like how a Yokozuna can be younger and older ...

Is there anything a Yokozuna can't do? :-)

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2 hours ago, Yamanashi said:

I like how a Yokozuna can be younger and older ...

Is there anything a Yokozuna can't do? :-)

Throw a karaoke remote at people. 

What, too soon? :-P

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14 hours ago, Yamanashi said:

I like how a Yokozuna can be younger and older ...

Is there anything a Yokozuna can't do? :-)

The yokozuna happens to also be the only rikishi on the exclusive list "Rikishi above everyone else on the banzuke"

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On 31/12/2023 at 05:01, Yamanashi said:

I like how a Yokozuna can be younger and older ...

Is there anything a Yokozuna can't do? :-)

Show up?  ;)

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Haru 2024:

Y1e Terunofuji 29.11.1991
O1e Kirishima 24.04.1996
O1w Hoshoryu 22.05.1999
M2e Atamifuji 03.09.2002
J13w Hakuoho 22.08.2003
Ms7e Satorufuji 29.05.2004
Ms10e Wakaikari 22.02.2005
Ms28w Tanji 05.06.2006
Sd14e Rinko 04.07.2006
Sd64e Takaarashi 28.12.2006
Jd57e Yumenofuji 02.02.2008
Jd61e Daibasho 21.03.2008

 

Hakuoho passes Satorufuji and Tenshoho

Tanji passes Anosho

Kiyonoyama falls below Yumenofuji

Daibasho passes Kotohanashiro

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Rikishi older than everyone above them on the banzuke, Hatsu 2024:

Y1e Terunofuji 29.11.1991
K1w Nishikigi 25.08.1990
M7w Tamawashi 16.11.1984
Sd24e Dairaido 17.04.1980
Sd70e Shoketsu 05.09.1976

Shoketsu shortens this list by surpassing Yoshiazuma. Tamawashi masks Takayasu, with Nishikigi stepping in for the 3rd time.

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