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7 minutes ago, Tigerboy1966 said:

Ishizaki becomes the third sandanme tsukedashi to go 7-0Y after Oyanagi (Yutakayama) in March 2016 and Shiraishi (tohakuryu) in May 2019.

Not Y just yet..

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1 minute ago, Kintamayama said:

Not Y just yet..

Apologies to Kotodaigo (and to Ishizaki who I have probably jinxed)

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Glad that Hagiwara got his kk, hopefully he can establish himself in makushita and aim for the salaried ranks in the future.

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7 hours ago, Kurowashi said:

Glad that Hagiwara got his kk, hopefully he can establish himself in makushita and aim for the salaried ranks in the future.

Did it with another henka- he seems to have mastered the art of henka. And yet the opponents keep falling for it.

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24 minutes ago, Kintamayama said:

Did it with another henka- he seems to have mastered the art of henka. And yet the opponents keep falling for it.

That sounds bad, i actually only saw a few bouts of him posted anywhere in this forum. I think they were before he entered ozumo. How are the chances of him learning some real techniques ? Or is his target to be the next Chiyoshoma :D

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I noticed Hagiwara’s henka habit too! I don’t get it because he has the size to overpower most people in Sandanme and lower Makushita. 

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43 minutes ago, mt fuji said:

I noticed Hagiwara’s henka habit too! I don’t get it because he has the size to overpower most people in Sandanme and lower Makushita. 

Maybe he wants to take a shortcut through the lower ranks and avoid injury, i don‘t know ?

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Hagiwara has been henka crazed since his amateur days....it is his 'brand of sumo'.

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48 minutes ago, Katooshu said:

Hagiwara has been henka crazed since his amateur days....it is his 'brand of sumo'.

Yeah that‘s really not cool. I don‘t get why oyakata, coaches etc. don‘t intervene that in general, i mean everybody who‘s at least a bit into sumo knows that it is not highly regarded…

Nontheless i‘ll still root for him and hope (even if chances are low) that he‘ll dodge that bad habit in the future and instead learns some nice yotsu skills from his oyakata ;)

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He's tended to be much lighter than most opponents over the years, and I don't believe reached 100kg until his college days. Maybe gaining weight  will help him feel more confident in his ability meeting opponents straight on. I also know he's had injury issues before, and that could play a role in his hesitancy to engage.

I don't mind the odd henka, but he's crazy about them to the point where it's satisfying to see him lose when he tries it.

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5 minutes ago, Kurowashi said:

Nontheless i‘ll still root for him and hope (even if chances are low) that he‘ll dodge that bad habit in the future and instead learns some nice yotsu skills from his oyakata ;)

He has a good variety in his winning techniques.  Maybe he just hasn't developed an effective tachiai.

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3 minutes ago, Katooshu said:

He's tended to be much lighter than most opponents over the years, and I don't believe reached 100kg until his college days. Maybe gaining weight  will help him feel more confident in his ability meeting opponents straight on.

I don't mind the odd henka, but he's crazy about them to the point where it's satisfying to see him lose when he tries it.

He certainly looks like he's gained weight.  Naruto seerms to like quickness in his stable, and Hagiwara's got that; he does henka a lot (well, henkas seem to be rare below Makushita).  When used judiciously it's an effective way to make sure your opponent is a little slower, at least at the tachiai.

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He henka'd just as much before joining Naruto - that he's continued this approach suggests to me that the oyakata doesn't mind it. He has some decent belt skills, particularly with throws, I just think he doesn't trusts his power meeting opponents head on. 

He certainly has gained weight: he entered college at under 100kg, put on another 20kg or so in college, and then another 10kg or so since turning pro, although122kg is still on the light side.

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Final - Natsu 2021:

hoshi_kuro.gifRouga the Russian ends with a 2-5 makekoshi at Makushita 3E. 

hoshi_kuro.gifHokutenkai, Mongolian, ends with a 2-5 makekoshi at his highest rank of Makushita 5E.

hoshi_shiro.gifAbi, ex-Komusubi back after suspension, ends with a 7-0  kachikoshi, clinching the Makushita yusho at Makushita 7E and will be back in Juryo next basho.

hoshi_shiro.gifHokuseihou, Hakuhou's new giant recruit ends with a 6-1 kachikoshi at Makushita 9E, his highest rank. 

hoshi_shiro.gifShouhouryuu the bow twirler, ends with a 3-4 makekoshi at Makushita 9W

hoshi_kuro.gifKitanowaka, young ex- high-school champion ends with a 3-4 makekoshi at Makushita 14E.

hoshi_shiro.gifMudouhou, Taihou's other grandson (youngest) ends with a 3-4 makekoshi at Makushita 20E, his highest rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifAmakaze ends with a 4-3 kachikoshi at Makushita 27E, former Juryo stalwart with one basho in Makuuchi was injured in July 2018 and dropped all the way down to Jonidan 50. 

hoshi_shiro.gifShinohara, ends with a  3-4  first career makekoshi (7th basho) at his highest rank, Makushita 29W.

hoshi_kuro.gifNihonyanagi ends with a  3-4 makekoshi at Makushita 30E.

hoshi_kuro.gifItadaki, Canadian father, eleven years in sumo, ends with a 5-2 kachikoshi at Makushita 32W.

Oofukasawa, at his highest rank,  2-2-3 at Makushita 33W and is kyujo.

hoshi_shiro.gifShishi, Ukranian,  (Sergey Sokolovski) ends with a 6-1 kachikoshi at Makushita 34W, highest career rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifYoshii, 17 year old ex-Junior high Yokozuna boy wonder, ends with a 2-5 makekoshi at Makushita 37W.

Ikioi – ex-Sanyakukyujo at Makushita 41E

hoshi_kuro.gifDewanoryuu the Mongolian, ends with a 6-1 kachikoshi at Makushita 49E.

hoshi_shiro.gifHagiwara, half Turkish, ends with a  4-3 kachikoshi at Sandanme 7E, his highest rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifShimoyama, at his highest career rank, ends with a 5-2 kachikoshi  at Sandanme 19W.

hoshi_kuro.gifHouzan, Taihou's third grandson(second eldest) ends with a 3-4 makekoshi at Sandanme 25E, his highest rank.  There is another grandson, Yukio, but he's a pro-wrestler.

hoshi_shiro.gifNishikawa, ends with a 6-1 kachikoshi at his highest rank of Sandanme 39. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi (special rank for college achievers) last basho.

hoshi_kuro.gifAtamifuji, ends with a 6-1 kachikoshi at his highest rank of Sandanme 48E after winning the Jonokuchi and Jonidan yushos back to back. 

hoshi_shiro.gifKanno, ranked at Sandanme 64W  ends with a 6-1 kachikoshi at his highest rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi last basho.

Toyohibiki – ex-Makuuchi, kyujo at Sandanme 71 W, and has retired.

hoshi_kuro.gifTomokaze, ex- Maegashira 3, back after a serious injury that sidelined him for 6 bashos, ends with a 5-2 kachikoshi at Sandanme E 88.

hoshi_shiro.gifIshizaki, new Sandanme 100 tsukedashi ends with a 7-0 kachikoshi in his first basho and wins the yusho in a playoff.

hoshi_kuro.gifMurayama, ends with a 6-1 kachikoshi at Jonidan 15W. Jonokuchi yusho last basho.

hoshi_shiro.gifArauma,  Mongolian, ends with a 6-1 kachikoshi at Jonidan 18W, his highest rank. First ever foreigner at  Isenoumi beya.

Masunoyama, ex-Makuuchi, "The big -hearted guy with a small heart" or "The Heavy Breather" was kyujo at Jonidan 14E and has announced his retirement.

hoshi_shiro.gifFuranshisu from the Philippines, ends with a 5-2 kachikoshi at Jonidan 25E

hoshi_shiro.gifHanakaze, the oldest guy in sumo, 50 years old, 35 years on the dohyo, ends with a 3-4 makekoshi at Jonidan 94W

Kagamiou (yes, he's still active..) Mongolian ex-Maegashira with injuries, lost by fusenpai on day 2 and has been out more or less since day 5 of July 2020. at Jonidan 103W.

Kiryuukou, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 1, 1-0-3  in Maezumo.

Shunrai, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 2, 1-3 in Maezumo.

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Nagoya 2021:

Joukouryuu is at Makushita 1E

Hokuseihou, Hakuhou's new giant recruit is at Makushita 2W, his highest career  rank. 

Chiyoootori is at Makushita 7E

Rouga the Russian is at Makushita 10W. 

Shishi, Ukranian,  (Sergey Sokolovski) is at Makushita 12W, highest career rank.

Hokutenkai, Mongolian, is at Makushita 13W

Shouhouryuu the bow twirler, is at Makushita 15E

Itadaki, Canadian father, eleven years in sumo,  is at Makushita 18W, his highest rank.

Amakaze, former Juryo stalwart with one basho in Makuuchi was injured in July 2018 and dropped all the way down to Jonidan 50,  is at Makushita 19W

Kitanowaka, young ex- high-school champion is at Makushita 21E.

Dewanoryuu the Mongolian, is at Makushita 21W, his highest career rank.

Mudouhou, Taihou's other grandson (youngest) is at Makushita 29E.

Shinohara, is at Makushita 38W.

Nihonyanagi is at Makushita 40E.

Ooshoumi (former Oofukasawa), is at Makushita 52E

Nishikawa- is ranked at Makushita 52W, his highest career rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi (special rank for college achievers)

Shimoyama, is at Makushita 54W, his highest career rank.

Atamifuji, is at his highest career rank of Makushita 55W. 19-2 career.

Hagiwara, half Turkish, is at Makushita 56E, his highest  career rank.

Ishizaki,  Sandanme 100 tsukedashi last basho, won the Sandanme yusho and is now ranked at Makushita 56W, obviously his highest career rank.

Yoshii, 17 year old ex-Junior high Yokozuna boy wonder, at Makushita 60W.

Kanno, is ranked at Sandanme 9E,  his highest career rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi

Houzan, Taihou's third grandson(second eldest) is at Sandanme 40E.  There is another grandson, Yukio, but he's a pro-wrestler.

Murayama  is at Sandanme 53E, his highest career rank.

Tomokaze, ex- Maegashira 3, back after a serious injury that sidelined him for 6 bashos, is at Sandanme 55W.

Arauma,  Mongolian, is  at Sandanme 57W, his highest career rank. First ever foreigner at  Isenoumi beya.

Furanshisu from the Philippines, is at Sandanme 90W

Kairou - Mark Aaron Justin Toma- Brazilian-Filipino, is at Jonidan 40E.

Hanakaze, the oldest guy in sumo, 50 years old, 35 years on the dohyo, is at Jonidan 100E.

Kagamiou (yes, he's still active..) Mongolian ex-Maegashira with injuries, lost by fusenpai on day 2 and has been out more or less since day 5 of July 2020, kyujo at Jonokuchi 18E.

Shunrai, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 2, is at Jonokuchi 23W, his highest career rank..

Kiryuukou, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 1, is at Jonokuchi 24E, highest career rank..

 

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5 minutes ago, Kintamayama said:

Kagamiou (yes, he's still active..) Mongolian ex-Maegashira with injuries, lost by fusenpai on day 2 and has been out more or less since day 5 of July 2020, kyujo at Jonokuchi 18E.

Which begs the (semi-serious, semi-sarcastic) question: do you still go intai if you're banzuke-gai? 

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1 hour ago, Seiyashi said:

Which begs the (semi-serious, semi-sarcastic) question: do you still go intai if you're banzuke-gai? 

I think so: Oju Jk27e 0-0-7 2020.09;  banzuke-gai 2020.11; Intai.

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After Day 2 Nagoya 2021:

hoshi_kuro.gifJoukouryuu, is 0-1 at Makushita 1E

hoshi_shiro.gifHokuseihou, Hakuhou's new giant recruit is 1-0 at Makushita 2W, his highest career  rank. 

hoshi_kuro.gifChiyoootori, is 0-1 at Makushita 7E

hoshi_kuro.gifRouga the Russian is 0-1 at Makushita 10W. 

hoshi_shiro.gifShishi, Ukranian,  (Sergey Sokolovski) is 1-0 at Makushita 12W, highest career rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifHokutenkai, Mongolian, is 0-1 at Makushita 13W

hoshi_shiro.gifShouhouryuu the bow twirler, is 1-0 at Makushita 15E

hoshi_kuro.gifItadaki, Canadian father, eleven years in sumo,  is 0-1 at Makushita 18W, his highest rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifAmakaze, former Juryo stalwart with one basho in Makuuchi was injured in July 2018 and dropped all the way down to Jonidan 50,  is 0-1 at Makushita 19W

hoshi_shiro.gifKitanowaka, young ex- high-school champion is 1-0 at Makushita 21E.

hoshi_kuro.gifDewanoryuu the Mongolian, is 0-1 at Makushita 21W, his highest career rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifMudouhou, Taihou's other grandson (youngest) is 0-1 at Makushita 29E.

hoshi_shiro.gifShinohara, is 1-0 at Makushita 38W.

hoshi_kuro.gifNihonyanagi is 0-1 at Makushita 40E.

hoshi_shiro.gifOoshoumi (former Oofukasawa), is 1-0 at Makushita 52E

hoshi_shiro.gifNishikawa- is 1-0 at Makushita 52W, his highest career rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi (special rank for college achievers)

hoshi_shiro.gifShimoyama, is 1-0 at Makushita 54W, his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifAtamifuji, is 1-0  at his highest career rank of Makushita 55W. 19-2 career.

hoshi_kuro.gifHagiwara, half Turkish, is 0-1  at Makushita 56E, his highest  career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifIshizaki,  Sandanme 100 tsukedashi last basho, won the Sandanme yusho and is 1-0 at Makushita 56W, obviously his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifYoshii, 17 year old ex-Junior high Yokozuna boy wonder, is 1-0 at Makushita 60W.

hoshi_shiro.gifKanno, is 1-0 at Sandanme 9E,  his highest career rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi

hoshi_kuro.gifHouzan, Taihou's third grandson(second eldest) is 0-1 at Sandanme 40E.  There is another grandson, Yukio, but he's a pro-wrestler.

hoshi_shiro.gifMurayama  is 1-0 at Sandanme 53E, his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifTomokaze, ex- Maegashira 3, back after a serious injury that sidelined him for 6 bashos, is 1-0 at Sandanme 55W.

hoshi_shiro.gifArauma,  Mongolian, is  1-0 at Sandanme 57W, his highest career rank. First ever foreigner at  Isenoumi beya.

hoshi_kuro.gifFuranshisu from the Philippines, is 0-1 at Sandanme  90W

hoshi_shiro.gifKairou - Mark Aaron Justin Toma- Brazilian-Filipino, is 1-0 at Jonidan 40E.

hoshi_kuro.gifHanakaze, the oldest guy in sumo, 50 years old, 35 years on the dohyo, is 0-1 at Jonidan 100E.

Kagamiou (yes, he's still active..) Mongolian ex-Maegashira with injuries, lost by fusenpai on day 2 and has been out more or less since day 5 of July 2020, kyujo at Jonokuchi 18E.

hoshi_shiro.gifShunrai, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 2, is 1-0 at Jonokuchi 23W, his highest career rank..

hoshi_shiro.gifKiryuukou, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 1, is 1-0 at Jonokuchi 24E, highest career rank..

 

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After Day 4 Nagoya 2021 :

hoshi_kuro.gifJoukouryuu is 0-2 at Makushita 1E.

hoshi_shiro.gifHokuseihou, Hakuhou's new giant recruit, is 2-0 at Makushita 2W, his highest career  rank. 

hoshi_shiro.gifChiyoootori is 1-1 at Makushita 7E.

hoshi_shiro.gifRouga the Russian is 1-1 at Makushita 10W. 

hoshi_kuro.gifShishi, Ukranian,  (Sergey Sokolovski) is 1-1 at Makushita 12W, highest career rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifHokutenkai, Mongolian, is 0-2 at Makushita 13W.

hoshi_shiro.gifShouhouryuu the bow twirler is 2-0 at Makushita 15E.

hoshi_kuro.gifItadaki, Canadian father, eleven years in sumo,  is 0-2 at Makushita 18W, his highest rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifAmakaze, former Juryo stalwart with one basho in Makuuchi was injured in July 2018 and dropped all the way down to Jonidan 50,  is 1-1 at Makushita 19W.

hoshi_shiro.gifKitanowaka, young ex- high-school champion, is 2-0 at Makushita 21E.

hoshi_shiro.gifDewanoryuu the Mongolian is 1-1 at Makushita 21W, his highest career rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifMudouhou, Taihou's other grandson (youngest) is 0-2 at Makushita 29E.

hoshi_shiro.gifShinohara, is 2-0 at Makushita 38W.

hoshi_kuro.gifNihonyanagi is 0-2 at Makushita 40E.

hoshi_shiro.gifOoshoumi (former Oofukasawa), is 2-0 at Makushita 52E.

hoshi_kuro.gifNishikawa  is 1-1 at Makushita 52W, his highest career rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi (special rank for college achievers)

hoshi_kuro.gifShimoyama is 1-1 at Makushita 54W, his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifAtamifuji is 2-0  at his highest career rank of Makushita 55W. 19-2 career.

hoshi_kuro.gifHagiwara, half Turkish, is 0-2  at Makushita 56E, his highest  career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifIshizaki,  Sandanme 100 tsukedashi last basho, won the Sandanme yusho and is 2-0 at Makushita 56W, obviously his highest career rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifYoshii, 17 year old ex-Junior high Yokozuna boy wonder, is 1-1 at Makushita 60W.

hoshi_shiro.gifKanno is 2-0 at Sandanme 9E,  his highest career rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi.

hoshi_kuro.gifHouzan, Taihou's third grandson(second eldest) is 0-2 at Sandanme 40E.  There is another grandson, Yukio, but he's a pro-wrestler.

hoshi_kuro.gifMurayama  is 1-1 at Sandanme 53E, his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifTomokaze, ex- Maegashira 3, back after a serious injury that sidelined him for 6 bashos, is 2-0 at Sandanme 55W.

hoshi_kuro.gifArauma,  Mongolian, is  1-1 at Sandanme 57W, his highest career rank. First ever foreigner at  Isenoumi beya.

hoshi_kuro.gifFuranshisu from the Philippines, is 0-2 at Sandanme  90W, kyujo from today.

hoshi_kuro.gifKairou - Mark Aaron Justin Toma- Brazilian-Filipino, is 1-1 at Jonidan 40E.

hoshi_shiro.gifHanakaze, the oldest guy in sumo, 51 years old, 35 years on the dohyo, is 1-1 at Jonidan 100E.

Kagamiou (yes, he's still active..) Mongolian ex-Maegashira with injuries, lost by fusenpai on day 2 and has been out more or less since day 5 of July 2020, kyujo at Jonokuchi 18E.

hoshi_shiro.gifShunrai, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 2, is 2-0 at Jonokuchi 23W, his highest career rank..

hoshi_shiro.gifKiryuukou, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 1, is 2-0 at Jonokuchi 24E, highest career rank..

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After Day 6 Nagoya 2021 :

hoshi_shiro.gifJoukouryuu is 1-2 at Makushita 1E.

hoshi_shiro.gifHokuseihou, Hakuhou's new giant recruit, is 3-0 at Makushita 2W, his highest career  rank. 

hoshi_shiro.gifChiyoootori is 2-1 at Makushita 7E.

hoshi_shiro.gifRouga the Russian is 2-1 at Makushita 10W. 

hoshi_kuro.gifShishi, Ukranian,  (Sergey Sokolovski) is 1-2 at Makushita 12W, highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifHokutenkai, Mongolian, is 1-2 at Makushita 13W.

hoshi_kuro.gifShouhouryuu the bow twirler is 2-1 at Makushita 15E.

hoshi_kuro.gifItadaki, Canadian father, eleven years in sumo,  is 0-3 at Makushita 18W, his highest rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifAmakaze, former Juryo stalwart with one basho in Makuuchi was injured in July 2018 and dropped all the way down to Jonidan 50,  is 2-1 at Makushita 19W.

hoshi_shiro.gifKitanowaka, young ex- high-school champion, is 3-0 at Makushita 21E.

hoshi_shiro.gifDewanoryuu the Mongolian is 2-1 at Makushita 21W, his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifMudouhou, Taihou's other grandson (youngest) is 1-2 at Makushita 29E.

hoshi_shiro.gifShinohara, is 3-0 at Makushita 38W.

hoshi_shiro.gifNihonyanagi is 1-2 at Makushita 40E.

hoshi_kuro.gifOoshoumi (former Oofukasawa), is 2-1 at Makushita 52E.

hoshi_kuro.gifNishikawa  is 1-2 at Makushita 52W, his highest career rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi (special rank for college achievers)

hoshi_shiro.gifShimoyama is 2-1 at Makushita 54W, his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifAtamifuji is 3-0  at his highest career rank of Makushita 55W. 22-2 career.

hoshi_shiro.gifHagiwara, half Turkish, is 1-2  at Makushita 56E, his highest  career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifIshizaki,  Sandanme 100 tsukedashi last basho, won the Sandanme yusho and is 3-0 at Makushita 56W, obviously his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifYoshii, 17 year old ex-Junior high Yokozuna boy wonder, is 2-1 at Makushita 60W.

hoshi_shiro.gifKanno is 3-0 at Sandanme 9E,  his highest career rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi.

hoshi_shiro.gifHouzan, Taihou's third grandson(second eldest) is 1-2 at Sandanme 40E.  There is another grandson, Yukio, but he's a pro-wrestler.

hoshi_kuro.gifMurayama  is 1-2 at Sandanme 53E, his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifTomokaze, ex- Maegashira 3, back after a serious injury that sidelined him for 6 bashos, is 3-0 at Sandanme 55W.

hoshi_shiro.gifArauma,  Mongolian, is  2-1 at Sandanme 57W, his highest career rank. First ever foreigner at  Isenoumi beya.

hoshi_shiro.gifSagatsukasa, old timer ex-Makuuchi, is 3-0 at Sandanme 77E.

hoshi_kuro.gifFuranshisu from the Philippines, is 0-2-1 at Sandanme  90W, kyujo.

hoshi_kuro.gifKairou - Mark Aaron Justin Toma- Brazilian-Filipino, is 1-2 at Jonidan 40E.

hoshi_shiro.gifHanakaze, the oldest guy in sumo, 51 years old, 35 years on the dohyo, is 2-1 at Jonidan 100E.

Kagamiou (yes, he's still active..) Mongolian ex-Maegashira with injuries, has been out more or less since day 5 of July 2020, kyujo at Jonokuchi 18E.

hoshi_shiro.gifShunrai, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 2, is 3-0 at Jonokuchi 23W, his highest career rank..

hoshi_shiro.gifKiryuukou, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 1, is 3-0 at Jonokuchi 24E, highest career rank..

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 After Day 8 Nagoya 2021 :

hoshi_kuro.gifJoukouryuu is 1-3 at Makushita 1E.

hoshi_shiro.gifHokuseihou, Hakuhou's new giant recruit, is 4-0 and kachikoshi at Makushita 2W, his highest career  rank. 

hoshi_kuro.gifChiyoootori is 2-2 at Makushita 7E.

hoshi_shiro.gifRouga the Russian is 3-1 at Makushita 10W. 

hoshi_kuro.gifShishi, Ukranian,  (Sergey Sokolovski) is 1-3 at Makushita 12W, highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifHokutenkai, Mongolian, is 2-2 at Makushita 13W.

hoshi_shiro.gifShouhouryuu the bow twirler is 3-1 at Makushita 15E.

hoshi_kuro.gifItadaki, Canadian father, eleven years in sumo,  is 0-4 and makekoshi at Makushita 18W, his highest rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifAmakaze, former Juryo stalwart with one basho in Makuuchi was injured in July 2018 and dropped all the way down to Jonidan 50,  is 2-2 at Makushita 19W.

hoshi_shiro.gifKitanowaka, young ex- high-school champion, is 4-0 and kachikoshi at Makushita 21E.

hoshi_shiro.gifDewanoryuu the Mongolian is 3-1 at Makushita 21W, his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifMudouhou, Taihou's other grandson (youngest) is 2-2 at Makushita 29E.

hoshi_kuro.gifShinohara, is 3-1 at Makushita 38W.

hoshi_kuro.gifNihonyanagi is 1-3 at Makushita 40E.

hoshi_shiro.gifOushouumi (former Oufukasawa), is 3-1 at Makushita 52E.

hoshi_shiro.gifNishikawa  is 2-2 at Makushita 52W, his highest career rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi (special rank for college achievers)

hoshi_shiro.gifShimoyama is 3-1 at Makushita 54W, his highest career rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifAtamifuji is 3-1  at his highest career rank of Makushita 55W. 22-3 career.

hoshi_shiro.gifHagiwara, half Turkish, is 2-2  at Makushita 56E, his highest  career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifIshizaki,  Sandanme 100 tsukedashi last basho, won the Sandanme yusho and is 4-0 and kachikoshi at Makushita 56W, obviously his highest career rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifYoshii, 17 year old ex-Junior high Yokozuna boy wonder, is 2-2 at Makushita 60W.

hoshi_kuro.gifKanno is 3-1 at Sandanme 9E,  his highest career rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi.

hoshi_kuro.gifHouzan, Taihou's third grandson (second eldest) is 1-3 at Sandanme 40E.  There is another grandson, Yukio, but he's a pro-wrestler.

hoshi_shiro.gifMurayama  is 2-2 at Sandanme 53E, his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifTomokaze, ex- Maegashira 3, back after a serious injury that sidelined him for 6 bashos, is 4-0 and kachikoshi at Sandanme 55W.

hoshi_kuro.gifArauma,  Mongolian, is  2-2 at Sandanme 57W, his highest career rank. First ever foreigner at  Isenoumi beya.

hoshi_shiro.gifSagatsukasa, old timer ex-Makuuchi, is 4-0 and kachikoshi at Sandanme 77E.

hoshi_kuro.gifFuranshisu from the Philippines, is 0-2-1 at Sandanme  90W, kyujo.

hoshi_shiro.gifKairou - Mark Aaron Justin Toma- Brazilian-Filipino, is 2-2 at Jonidan 40E.

hoshi_kuro.gifHanakaze, the oldest guy in sumo, 51 years old, 35 years on the dohyo, is 2-2 at Jonidan 100E.

Kagamiou (yes, he's still active..) Mongolian ex-Maegashira with injuries, has been out more or less since day 5 of July 2020, kyujo at Jonokuchi 18E.

hoshi_shiro.gifShunrai, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 2, is 4-0 and kachikoshi at Jonokuchi 23W, his highest career rank..

hoshi_shiro.gifKiryuukou, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 1, is 4-0 and kachikoshi at Jonokuchi 24E, highest career rank..

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There's a strong chance that makushita could see a "Next Big Thing" showdown for the yusho with Hokuseiho squaring off against Ishizaki. Kitanowaka is also in the mix.

Tomokaze v Sagatsukasa in sandanme should be good. I feel a bit sorry for the veteran: he gets off to a 4-0 start and then he gets matched against this chap.

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After Day 9 Nagoya 2021 :

hoshi_shiro.gifJoukouryuu is 2-3 at Makushita 1E.

hoshi_shiro.gifHokuseihou, Hakuhou's new giant recruit, is 5-0 and kachikoshi at Makushita 2W, his highest career  rank. 

hoshi_kuro.gifChiyoootori is 2-3 at Makushita 7E.

hoshi_shiro.gifRouga the Russian is 3-1 at Makushita 10W. 

hoshi_kuro.gifShishi, Ukranian,  (Sergey Sokolovski) is 1-3 at Makushita 12W, highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifHokutenkai, Mongolian, is 2-2 at Makushita 13W.

hoshi_shiro.gifShouhouryuu the bow twirler is 3-1 at Makushita 15E.

hoshi_kuro.gifItadaki, Canadian father, eleven years in sumo,  is 0-5 and makekoshi at Makushita 18W, his highest rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifAmakaze, former Juryo stalwart with one basho in Makuuchi was injured in July 2018 and dropped all the way down to Jonidan 50,  is 2-3 at Makushita 19W.

hoshi_kuro.gifKitanowaka, young ex- high-school champion, is 4-1 and kachikoshi at Makushita 21E.

hoshi_kuro.gifDewanoryuu the Mongolian is 3-2 at Makushita 21W, his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifMudouhou, Taihou's other grandson (youngest) is 3-2 at Makushita 29E.

hoshi_kuro.gifShinohara, is 3-2 at Makushita 38W.

hoshi_kuro.gifNihonyanagi is 1-4 and makekoshi at Makushita 40E.

hoshi_shiro.gifOushouumi (former Oufukasawa), is 3-1 at Makushita 52E.

hoshi_shiro.gifNishikawa  is 2-2 at Makushita 52W, his highest career rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi (special rank for college achievers)

hoshi_shiro.gifShimoyama is 3-1 at Makushita 54W, his highest career rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifAtamifuji is 3-1  at his highest career rank of Makushita 55W. 22-3 career.

hoshi_shiro.gifHagiwara, half Turkish, is 3-2  at Makushita 56E, his highest  career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifIshizaki,  Sandanme 100 tsukedashi last basho, won the Sandanme yusho and is 5-0 and kachikoshi at Makushita 56W, obviously his highest career rank.

hoshi_shiro.gifYoshii, 17 year old ex-Junior high Yokozuna boy wonder, is 3-2 at Makushita 60W.

hoshi_kuro.gifKanno is 3-1 at Sandanme 9E,  his highest career rank. Started off at Sandanme 100 tsukedashi.

hoshi_kuro.gifHouzan, Taihou's third grandson (second eldest) is 1-3 at Sandanme 40E.  There is another grandson, Yukio, but he's a pro-wrestler.

hoshi_shiro.gifMurayama  is 2-2 at Sandanme 53E, his highest career rank.

hoshi_kuro.gifTomokaze, ex- Maegashira 3, back after a serious injury that sidelined him for 6 bashos, is 4-1 and kachikoshi at Sandanme 55W.

hoshi_shiro.gifArauma,  Mongolian, is  3-2 at Sandanme 57W, his highest career rank. First ever foreigner at  Isenoumi beya.

hoshi_shiro.gifSagatsukasa, old timer ex-Makuuchi, is 5-0 and kachikoshi at Sandanme 77E.

hoshi_kuro.gifFuranshisu from the Philippines, is 0-2-1 at Sandanme  90W, kyujo.

hoshi_shiro.gifKairou - Mark Aaron Justin Toma- Brazilian-Filipino, is 2-2 at Jonidan 40E.

hoshi_kuro.gifHanakaze, the oldest guy in sumo, 51 years old, 35 years on the dohyo, is 2-2 at Jonidan 100E.

Kagamiou (yes, he's still active..) Mongolian ex-Maegashira with injuries, has been out more or less since day 5 of July 2020, kyujo at Jonokuchi 18E.

hoshi_shiro.gifShunrai, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 2, is 5-0 and kachikoshi at Jonokuchi 23W, his highest career rank..

hoshi_kuro.gifKiryuukou, ex-Tokitsukaze's son number 1, is 4-1 and kachikoshi at Jonokuchi 24E, highest career rank..

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