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25 minutes ago, Gooner said:

Anyone have a video of Ura vs Kitanowaka?

 

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28 minutes ago, Akinomaki said:

 

Really great technique. He must have a strong judo background. Can’t wait till he’s back in Juryo, so long as his knees stay healthy. You can see how ginger he still is. He looks relieved after finishing each bout without reinjuring himself. Can’t say I blame him after all he’s been through.

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Ura (Makushita 19E)  is 3-0, after beating Tsushimanada today by yorikiri. He is currently on an 18 bout winning streak!!

Taihou's grandson Naya (Makushita 5E, third eldest) lost to Chiyoarashi and is 1-2. 

Mudouhou, Taihou's other grandson (youngest) has kind of slipped our minds.. He is actually doing very well, career record 15-2 and is 3-0 at Sandanme 84W in his third actual basho.

And his third grandson Houzan (second eldest), is 4-0 at Jonokuchi 20W, after going 2-1 in maezumo in March. There is another grandson, Yukio, but he's a pro-wrestler.

Chiyonokuni is 3-0 at Makushita 12 W.

Amakaze, former Juryo stalwart and one basho in Makuuchi and seemingly nice guy, was injured in July 2018 and dropped all the way down to Jonidan 50. He is gradually working his way back to you babe, 7 straight kks and is now 3-0 at Makushita 36E.

Joukouryuu, Makushita 4W,  beat Kyokusouten today and is 2-1.

Toyohibiki (Makushita 10E) beat Kizenryuu today and is 2-1 as well.

Then we have the two headed monster headed for greatness Dewanoryuu the Mongolian, Sandanme 49E, 16-1 career, 16 win streak at the moment (3-0 this basho) and Nihonyanagi at Sandanme 54W, 15-2 career and 2-1 this basho.

Bolivian Kirameki (Daniel VELEZ GARCIA ) is ranked at Jonidan 79E and is 3-0. He was 5-2 in his debut basho. He is regarded as a Japanese citizen from Aichi.

Shishi, Ukranian newcomer in his first basho ( Sergey Sokolovski) 2-1 at Jonokuchi 14 W. 2-0 in Maezumo in March.

And for the heck of it, there's a new guy at Jonokuchi 13W in his first basho. His full name is Shouri Shori. He is 3-0 at the moment. Shori about that.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Kintamayama said:

Amakaze, former Juryo stalwart and one basho in Makuuchi and seemingly nice guy, was injured in July 2018 and dropped all the way down to Jonidan 50. He is gradually working his way back to you babe, 7 straight kks and is now 3-0 at Makushita 36E.

With every match, you can see the burning love inside.

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Day 7, Ura stopped by Shonannoumi, never really got off the starting blocks.  Somehow the hiragana count was 8-2 in favour of Shonannoumi and maybe this was just too much a deficit for even Ura to overcome.

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Shonnanoumi is one to keep an eye on himself. He is young, big and tall, and has a lot of tools, and though he's struggled to put it all together consistently at the higher makushita ranks, I still like his sekitori potential a lot.

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18 hours ago, Yamanashi said:

With every match, you can see the burning love inside.

Great fun..

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Ura (Makushita 19E)  is 3-1,  losing after an 18 win streak

Taihou's grandson Naya (Makushita 5E, third eldest) lost to Sakigake and is 1-3. 

Mudouhou, Taihou's other grandson (youngest) has kind of slipped our minds.. He is actually doing very well, career record 16-2 and is 4-0 at Sandanme 84W in his third basho.

And his third grandson Houzan (second eldest), is 4-0 at Jonokuchi 20W, after going 2-1 in maezumo in March. There is another grandson, Yukio, but he's a pro-wrestler.

Chiyonokuni is 4-0 at Makushita 12 W.

Amakaze, former Juryo stalwart and one basho in Makuuchi and seemingly nice guy, was injured in July 2018 and dropped all the way down to Jonidan 50. He is gradually working his way back to you babe, 7 straight kks and is now 3-1 at Makushita 36E.

Joukouryuu, Makushita 4W,  beat Kyokusouten today and is 3-1.

Toyohibiki (Makushita 10E) beat Kizenryuu today and is 3-1 as well.

Then we have the two headed monster headed for greatness Dewanoryuu the Mongolian, Sandanme 49E, 16-1 career, 17 win streak at the moment (4-0 this basho) and Nihonyanagi at Sandanme 54W, 15-2 career and 2-1-1 this basho. Edit-has gone kyujo..

Bolivian Kirameki (Daniel VELEZ GARCIA ) is ranked at Jonidan 79E and is 3-1. He was 5-2 in his debut basho. He is regarded as a Japanese citizen from Aichi.

Shishi, Ukranian newcomer in his first basho ( Sergey Sokolovski) 3-1 at Jonokuchi 14 W. 2-0 in Maezumo in March.

And for the heck of it, there's a new guy at Jonokuchi 13W in his first basho. His full name is Shouri Shori. He is 3-1 at the moment. Shori about that.

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9 hours ago, Kintamayama said:

Then we have the two headed monster headed for greatness Dewanoryuu the Mongolian, Sandanme 49E, 16-1 career, 17 win streak at the moment (4-0 this basho) and Nihonyanagi at Sandanme 54W, 15-2 career and 2-1 this basho.

 

Nihonyanagi lost his head. He went kyujo on day 7.

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35 minutes ago, Asojima said:

Nihonyanagi lost his head. He went kyujo on day 7.

Indeed..

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13 hours ago, Kintamayama said:

Mudouhou, Taihou's other grandson (youngest) has kind of slipped our minds.. He is actually doing very well, career record 16-2 and is 4-0 at Sandanme 84W in his third actual basho.

He's very impressive in many ways, his shikona included. I will resist comparing him to his brother- I hope both young Nayas (Nayae?) can avoid feeling the pressure that comes with the lineage. 

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Ura went KK (4-1) but I sense his right knee is not at all 100%.   He seemed to avoid putting much pressure on the knee.  

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13 minutes ago, robnplunder said:

Ura went KK (4-1) but I sense his right knee is not at all 100%.   He seemed to avoid putting much pressure on the knee.  

Man, poor guy has no luck. At least it's a KK. I very much doubt it will happen, but if he's anything less than 100% he should Kyujo now and take whatever upward movement he gets -- surely he's a chance at entering mk10+ already?

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What's up with Yago? He's fallen off a cliff performance wise. Injured or what? From M10 he's had 8 straight MK's, a 3 division fall and is still plummeting. (Hope Ura is OK - I think we'd all love to see him back at the top).

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1 hour ago, Karasukurai said:

What's up with Yago? He's fallen off a cliff performance wise. Injured or what? From M10 he's had 8 straight MK's, a 3 division fall and is still plummeting. (Hope Ura is OK - I think we'd all love to see him back at the top).

My guess is knees.

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7 minutes ago, Yamanashi said:

My guess is knees.

A real shame, he's only mid-20's and the guy is in free-fall.

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3 hours ago, Karasukurai said:

What's up with Yago? He's fallen off a cliff performance wise. Injured or what? From M10 he's had 8 straight MK's, a 3 division fall and is still plummeting.

Only fit enough to enter the basho

On 22/06/2020 at 13:56, Akinomaki said:

Yago had surgery on both knees as soon as it was announced that the basho is canceled. "The stuck meniscus (part) was removed on both legs. With this much time available he said 'Now or never'. His knees were blocked." It looks like he'll be in time for July: "He's doing rehabilitation. Now he's at the keiko ground and able to do shiko stamping."

http://www.daily.co.jp/general/2020/06/22/0013445762.shtml

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5 minutes ago, Akinomaki said:

Only fit enough to enter the basho

 

6 minutes ago, Akinomaki said:
  On 22/06/2020 at 12:56, Akinomaki said:

Yago had surgery on both knees as soon as it was announced that the basho is canceled. "The stuck meniscus (part) was removed on both legs. With this much time available he said 'Now or never'. His knees were blocked." It looks like he'll be in time for July: "He's doing rehabilitation. Now he's at the keiko ground and able to do shiko stamping."

http://www.daily.co.jp/general/2020/06/22/0013445762.shtml

Many thanks for that. I knew something was wrong but didn't realise he had surgery. I really hope the guy recovers and the surgery works for him.

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On Day 11, something new: Hattorizakura in the antepenultimate (third-last) bout of Jonokuchi, which probably screwed up his schedule completely: has he ever been on the dohyo this late into the morning? :)

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9 hours ago, Ichimawashi said:

On Day 11, something new: Hattorizakura in the antepenultimate (third-last) bout of Jonokuchi, which probably screwed up his schedule completely: has he ever been on the dohyo this late into the morning? :)

He's had a handful of Jonidan visits.

 

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Time for a lower division update:

I mentioned this in the other thread, but another Hakuho protege is now making his mark in sumo. Hoseiho defeats jonidan wrestler Miyabi to take the Jonokuchi yusho 7-0.
https://www.nikkansports.com/battle/sumo/news/202007310000234.html

Takeoka of Oguruma beya wins the Jonidan yusho after Sandanme wrestler Mudoho defeats Jonidan Daihisho to enter the Sandanme playoff against Fukai.
https://www.nikkansports.com/battle/sumo/news/202007310000312.html
https://www.nikkansports.com/battle/sumo/news/202007310000285.html

16 year old Yoshii scores kachikoshi on day 13 to cap off his makushita debut basho
https://www.nikkansports.com/battle/sumo/news/202007310000311.html

Chiyonokuni beats Tochiseiryu while to finish 7-0 with the makushita yusho while ranked at Makushita 12. He has a very strong case for promotion back to the juryo now. This was a very meaningful match for him as he was able to win on the anniversary of the passing of his former stablemaster, Chiyonofuji
https://www.nikkansports.com/battle/sumo/news/202007310000366.html

The first Taiho grandson to enter sumo Naya gets kachikoshi at his highest rank of Makushita 5. He will need a lot of luck to have a shot at promotion to juryo in September
https://www.nikkansports.com/battle/sumo/news/202007310000365.html

Ura finishes 6-1 after defeating Ichiyamamoto by rare okurihikiotoshi. We should be seeing Ura back in the top 15 ranks of makushita in September with a chance of him trying to make Juryo in November
https://www.nikkansports.com/battle/sumo/news/202007310000326.html

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Another Hakuho deshi Toma finished 0-7 today : /

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