Asashosakari

Rikishi Status Kyushu 2019

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Fukurou seems to not have been on the forum in a month (hopefully everything is alright and she's just busy), so here goes...the non-starting rikishi for Kyushu basho:

Makuuchi
M12e Ichinojo (Minato, kyujo Day 5 in Aki)

Juryo
none

Makushita
Ms5w Takanofuji (Chiganoura, ?!? - no idea why they haven't marked him retired yet)
Ms8e Arawashi (Minezaki, kyujo Day 13 in Aki)
Ms18w Nishikifuji (Isegahama, kyujo Day 9 in Aki)

Sandanme
Sd25w Kirinoryu (Michinoku, kyujo since Aki)
Sd47e Komanokuni (Shibatayama)
Sd60w Chiyodaigo (Kokonoe, kyujo Day 3 in Aki)

Jonidan
Jd14w Kyokuyuko (Nakagawa, kyujo since Aki)
Jd18w Chiyotaiho (Kokonoe)
Jd31e Kakutaiki (Michinoku)
Jd52e Kototaiki (Sadogatake, kyujo since Aki)
Jd61e Chiyotensho (Kokonoe)
Jd72e Raiga (Futagoyama)
Jd76e Honma (Naruto)
Jd76w Hamasu (Onoe, kyujo Day 13 in Aki)
Jd92w Fukunofuji (Isegahama, kyujo since Natsu)
Jd100w Hanashi (Musashigawa)
Jd102w Ariake (Isenoumi, kyujo since Nagoya)
Jd107e Toki (Tatsunami)

Jonokuchi
Jk10w Toyama (Musashigawa)
Jk26e Goketsuyama (Shibatayama, kyujo since Aki)
Jk26w Wakaseido (Asahiyama, kyujo since Nagoya)
Jk27e Yamamotozakura (Shikihide)
Jk27w Kototsukahara (Sadogatake, kyujo since Aki)
Jk28e Reon (Shikihide, kyujo since Nagoya)

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Notable returnees (at least two basho missed):

Jd21w Tennozan (Onomatsu, last seen in Natsu)
Jd22w Sadanoryu (Sakaigawa, last seen in Natsu) [ex-Obamaumi]
Jd106w Ura (Kise, last seen in Hatsu)
Jk15w Tosamidori (Onomatsu, last seen in Haru) [ex-Mitsuuchi]
Jk25e Otsuji (Takadagawa, one-bout appearance in Aki, otherwise last seen in Natsu)
 

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15 hours ago, Asashosakari said:

Makushita
Ms8e Arawashi (Minezaki, kyujo Day 13 in Aki)

Jonidan
Jd76w Hamasu (Onoe, kyujo Day 13 in Aki)
Jd100w Hanashi (Musashigawa)

Jonokuchi
Jk10w Toyama (Musashigawa)


Arawashi stayed in Tokyo to concentrate on treatment for his knee.

Hamasu broke a bone in the base of his left thumb in his last appearance in the Aki basho.

Hanashi is injured but Toyama has retired for personal reasons, according to the heya.

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Official:

East Yokozuna
Kakuryu
(Michinoku Beya)
has withdrawn the 1st Day of the November Tournament.

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2 hours ago, apraxin said:

NHK now reporting that Kakuryu will be absent on Day 1: https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/20191110/k10012171591000.html

Well, that didn't take long. Here is Akinomaki's post from the yokozuna/ozeki preparation thread on Wednesday:

"Kakuryu was one of those at degeiko to Tokitzukaze-beya today - 15-0 with Yutakayama. "(The injured left knee,) It's not perfect", but "of course (I'll enter the basho)"."

I guess the knee was worse than he was willing to admit?

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From what I've read it's actually his back that is the reason, a recurrence of lumbar spondylolisthesis (must be the longest word I've ever typed) requiring two weeks of rest.

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11 minutes ago, since_94 said:

Anybody know why I can’t find Chiyonokuni on today’s torikumi?

No Match. He's Makushita, doesn't have a match every day.

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So much for that try - he overdid the concentration and forgot other parts

On 07/11/2019 at 18:47, Akinomaki said:

Kakuryu was kyujo the last 2 Kyushu-basho: "After 3 years again, I want to go fully concentrated."

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9 hours ago, Rocks said:

Which means he'll be gone the whole basho I would think. I wonder why he waited so long?

He apparently hurt his back during today's Sunday morning training according to his stablemaster.

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The medical certificate for Ichinojo states 4 weeks of rest needed as treatment for a herniated disk, dated from Oct. 29th. http://www.jiji.com/jc/article?k=2019111000393&g=spo

Next in line for kyujo are Goeido and Ichiyamamoto.

Goeido twisted his left ankle as he got yoritaoshi'd by Endo - he had to lean on the shoulder of his tsukebito as he left. "More or less (pain). Only after watching the condition for a day I'll know".

Ichiyamamoto injured his left knee in the bout with Kyokutaisei: "The pain is extreme" - he will get an MRI check on the 11th http://this.kiji.is/566229540775625825?c=39546741839462401

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54 minutes ago, Akinomaki said:

Goeido twisted his left ankle as he got yoritaoshi'd by Endo - he had to lean on the shoulder of his tsukebito as he left. "More or less (pain). Only after watching the condition for a day I'll know".

 

12 hours ago, Asashosakari said:

The revised schedule for Day 2 is out, Okinoumi now faces Goeido instead of Kakuryu (among a whole host of changed matchups, obviously).

That would be darkly amusing if Okinoumi ends up getting a Day 2 freebie after all...

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14th kyujo for Kakuryu and the 2nd time with a fusen loss for a yokozuna on day 1 - the other was Haru 2015. The only other yokozuna in the post-war era with always 15 days per basho (since Natsu 1949) who had a day 1 fusenpai was Yoshibayama Natsu 1954 https://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2019/11/11/kiji/20191111s00005000003000c.html

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NHK reporting Goeido is kyujo from Day 2 due to his left ankle injury, so Okinoumi will indeed get that fusensho.

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9 minutes ago, Yubinhaad said:

NHK reporting Goeido is kyujo from Day 2 due to his left ankle injury, so Okinoumi will indeed get that fusensho.

Anything on Ichiyamamoto?

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The kyujo forecast - Tomokaze should better have continued his kyujo from the  jungyo

On 05/10/2019 at 19:20, Akinomaki said:

Tomokaze: 1 month of treatment for a torn left abdominal internal oblique muscle

Looks like 1 month wasn't enough - he certainly wasn't prepared for the basho. But a zenkyu could have meant the loss of the last makuuchi rikishi for Oguruma-beya - Yago doesn't look ready to return. With an appearance at the basho Tomokaze should be safe this time.

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Goeido is diagnosed as needing 8 weeks to cure his injured left ankle ligament. He's walking on crutches now and can't even touch the ground with the left foot. The oyakata: "If there were a chance of re-entry, I wouldn't have let him go kyujo in the first place." http://hochi.news/articles/20191111-OHT1T50135.html

Ichiyamamoto on the other hand only needs a 3 day rest for his sprained left knee joint, but he also needs an MRI recheck. http://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2019/11/11/kiji/20191111s00005000232000c.html

- he'll most likely come back (and maybe drop out again later)

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West Maegashira #3
Tomokaze
(Oguruma Beya)
has withdrawn the 3rd Day of the November Tournament.

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The lower division withdrawals for Day 3:

Ms43e Nogami (Oguruma, 0-1, fusen Day 1)
Sd8e Hitenryu (Tatsunami, 0-1, fusen Day 2)
Sd58e Daiyusho (Oitekaze, 0-1, fusen Day 2)
Jk25w Satozakura (Shikihide, 0-1, fusen Day 1)

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Tomokaze has withdrawn due to dislocation of the knee. The prognosis is not good either as the hospital he is at is limited on what they can do to treat him. They are hoping to get him back to Tokyo to get a better look at it. However at this point he cannot even walk on his own, so getting him on the Shinkansen or plane is logistically difficult. Oguruma is not ruling out surgery and says that it may take at least a year for Tomokaze to come back. 

https://www.nikkansports.com/battle/sumo/news/201911120000342.html

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1 hour ago, WAKATAKE said:

Tomokaze has withdrawn due to dislocation of the knee. The prognosis is not good either as the hospital he is at is limited on what they can do to treat him. They are hoping to get him back to Tokyo to get a better look at it. However at this point he cannot even walk on his own, so getting him on the Shinkansen or plane is logistically difficult. Oguruma is not ruling out surgery and says that it may take at least a year for Tomokaze to come back. 

Yikes. It looked really bad in the footage. 

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