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Batch 17 (Yusho Durations)

Longest Duration Between Yokozuna Yusho (6BPY)

1. 13 (Asahifuji, 5/1991~Akebono, 7/1993)
2. 7 (Hakuho, 3/2020~7/2021) *1
2. 6 (Takanohana, 9/1998~Musashimaru, 9/1999)
3. 5 (Taiho, 5/1969~Taiho, 3/1970)
3. 5 (Kitanofuji, 11/1971~Kitanofuji, 9/1972)
5. 4 (Asashio, 3/1961~Taiho, 11/1961)
5. 4 (Sadanoyama, 1/1968~Taiho, 9/1968)
5. 4 (Kitanoumi, 5/1975~Kitanoumi, 1/1976)
5. 4 (Musashimaru, 11/1999~Akebono, 7/2000)
5. 4 (Hakuho, 3/2012~Hakuho, 11/2012)

*1 - Natsu 2020 was cancelled and not counted in the total

 

Longest Duration Between Ozeki Yusho (6BPY)

1. 25 (Wakamisugi *1, 5/1977~Chiyonofuji, 7/1981)
2. 22 (Kisenosato, 1/2017~Takakeisho, 11/2020) *3
3. 17 (Kitanofuji, 1/1970~Kotozakura, 11/1972)
4. 13 (Sadanoyama, 1/1965~Kitanofuji, 3/1967)
5. 12 (Harumafuji, 5/2009~Harumafuji, 7/2011) *2
6. 11 (Taiho, 9/1961~Kitabayama, 7/1963)
6. 11 (Asahifuji, 1/1988~Konishiki, 11/1989)
6. 11 (Musashimaru, 5/1999~Kaio, 3/2001)
6. 11 (Kakuryu, 3/2014~Kotoshogiku, 1/2016)
10. 10 (Takanohana, 9/1975~Wakamisugi *1, 5/1977)
10. 10 (Hokutenyu, 7/1985~Hokutoumi, 3/1987)

*1 = Wakanohana II
*2 = Haru 2011 basho was cancelled and not counted towards total
*3 = Natsu 2020 basho was cancelled and not counted towards total

 

Longest Duration Between Individual Yusho (6BPY)

1. 43 - Kotonishiki (9/1991~11/1998)
2. 30 - Terunofuji (3/2015~7/2020) *1
3. 24 - Mienoumi (11/1975~11/1979)
4. 22 - Kotozakura (3/1969~11/1972)
5. 21 - Chiyotaikai (1/1999~7/2002)
6. 19 - Akebono (5/1997~7/2000)
7. 17 - Sadanoyama (3/1962~1/1965)
8. 16 - Kashiwado (1/1961~9/1963)
8. 16 - Kitanofuji (3/1967~11/1969)
8. 16 - Wakanohana III (3/1993~11/1995)

*1 - Natsu 2020 was cancelled and not counted towards total

Active Yusho Winner Durations

1. 22 - Tochinoshin (1/2018~) *1
2. 16 - Tamawashi (1/2019~) *1
3. 14 - Asanoyama (5/2019~) *1
5. 12 - Mitakeumi (9/2019~) *1
6. 10 - Tokushoryu (1/2020) *1
7. 7 - Shodai (9/2020)
8. 6 - Takakeisho (11/2020)
9. 5 - Daieisho (1/2021)

*1 - Natsu 2020 was cancelled and not counted towards total

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Batch 18 (Yusho Streaks by Rank)

Longest Yusho Streak by Yokozuna Rank (6BPY)

1. 21 - 7/1977 (Wajima), 9/1977 (Kitanoumi), 11/1977 (Wajima), 1/1978 (Kitanoumi), 3/1978 (Kitanoumi), 5/1978 (Kitanoumi), 7/1978 (Kitanoumi), 9/1978 (Kitanoumi), 11/1978 (Wakanohana), 1/1979 (Kitanoumi), 3/1979 (Kitanoumi), 5/1979 (Wakanohana), 7/1979 (Wajima), 9/1979 (Kitanoumi), 11/1979 (Mienoumi), 1/1980 (Mienoumi), 3/1980 (Kitanoumi), 5/1980 (Kitanoumi), 7/1980 (Kitanoumi), 9/1980 (Wakanohana), 11/1980 (Wajima)
2. 12 - 3/1965 (Taiho), 5/1965 (Sadanoyama), 7/1965 (Taiho), 9/1965 (Kashiwado), 11/1965 (Taiho), 1/1966 (Kashiwado), 3/1966 (Taiho), 5/1966 (Taiho), 7/1966 (Taiho), 9/1966 (Taiho), 11/1966 (Taiho), 1/1967 (Taiho)
3. 11 - 3/1970 (Taiho), 5/1970 (Kitanofuji), 7/1970 (Kitanofuji), 9/1970 (Tamanoumi), 11/1970 (Tamanoumi), 1/1970 (Taiho), 3/1971 (Tamanoumi), 5/1971 (Kitanofuji), 7/1971 (Tamanoumi), 9/1971 (Kitanofuji), 11/1971 (Kitanofuji)
3. 11 - 7/2009 (Hakuho), 9/2009 (Asashoryu), 11/2009 (Hakuho), 1/2010 (Asashoryu), 3/2010 (Hakuho), 5/2010 (Hakuho), 7/2010 (Hakuho) 9/2010 (Hakuho), 11/2010 (Hakuho), 1/2011 (Hakuho), 5/2011 (Hakuho)
5. 10 - 3/1988 (Onokuni), 5/1988 (Chiyonofuji), 7/1988 (Chiyonofuji), 9/1988 (Chiyonofuji), 11/1988 (Chiyonofuji), 1/1989 (Hokutoumi), 3/1989 (Chiyonofuji), 5/1989 (Hokutoumi), 7/1989 (Chiyonofuji), 9/1989 (Chiyonofuji)
6. 8 - 11/2012 (Hakuho), 1/2013 (Harumafuji), 3/2013 (Hakuho), 5/2013 (Hakuho), 7/2013 (Hakuho), 9/2013 (Hakuho), 11/2013 (Harumafuji), 1/2014 (Hakuho)
7. 7 - 11/2004~11/2005 (Asashoryu)
8. 6 - 7/1962~5/1963 (Taiho)
8. 6 - 5/2014~3/2015 (Hakuho)

 

Longest Yusho Streak by Ozeki Rank (6BPY)
1. 4 - 7/1969 (Kiyokuni), 9/1969 (Tamanoshima), 11/1969 (Kitanofuji), 1/1970 (Kitanofuji)
1. 4 - 5/1994 (Takanohana), 7/1994 (Musashimaru), 9/1994 (Takanohana), 11/1994 (Takanohana)
3. 3 - 11/2002 (Asashoryu), 1/2003 (Asashoryu), 3/2003 (Chiyotaikai)

Edited by WAKATAKE

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On 14/10/2021 at 14:30, WAKATAKE said:

Fastest Progress to Juryo from Pro Debut (Sandanme Tsukedashi, 6BPY Era)

1. 4 - Oyanagi (3/2016~11/2016) *1
2. 6 - Asanoyama (3/2016~3/2017)
3. 7 - Wakatakakage (3/2017~5/2017)
4. 8 - Kizakiumi (3/2018~7/2019)
5. 26 - Asashiyu (3/2017~9/2021) (NEW ENTRY) *2

Wakatakakage should be 3/2017~5/2018

 

I got a few that could fit for most consecutive losses (assuming kyujo doesn't break the loss streak). obviously no one comes close to hattorizakura

3. 32 - Morikawa

4. 31 - Hiramatsu

4. 31 - Takagishi

4. 31 - Sano

7. 27 - Sugishita

8. 25 - Yamaguchiyama

8. 25 - Sato

10. 23 - Fujiazuma

 

There's also Saseboyama who appears to have at least 27, although no torikumi for him seems to exist so it's unknown when the streak ended.

Edited by Yokozuna Hattorizakura

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12 hours ago, WAKATAKE said:

Batch 16 Losses

Most Career Losses (All Time)

9. 792 - Kirinji
10. 790 - Kaiki

Active Rikishi with 700+ Losses:

1. 777 - Hanakaze

Hanakaze could get himself into a tie for 9th place by turning in an 0-15 performance next basho....

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1 hour ago, Sue said:

Hanakaze could get himself into a tie for 9th place by turning in an 0-15 performance next basho....

0-7 (or sometimes 8) is the worst outcome down there.

Edited by RabidJohn

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He'll get there eventually. We can all accomplish great things if we put our minds to it. I'm sure he can find it within himself to go 0-15...just might take three basho.

You just have to believe.

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7 hours ago, Sue said:

Hanakaze could get himself into a tie for 9th place by turning in an 0-15 performance next basho....

Not even the WOAT Shonan-hattori-zakura could pull that off in Jonidan.  Let's Let Hanakaze Be Hanakaze and blaze his own trail.

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On 15/10/2021 at 05:08, WAKATAKE said:

Batch 14: Age (Youth)

Youngest Makuuchi Yusho (Since 1958)

1. Takahanada (19 years, 5 months - 1/1992) *1
2. Kitanoumi (20 years, 8 months - 1/1974)
3. Hakuho (21 years, 2 months - 5/2006)
4. Asashoryu (22 years, 1 month - 11/2002)
5. Wakahanada (22 years, 2 months - 3/1993) *2
6. Takakeisho (22 years, 3 months - 11/2018)
7. Chiyotaikai (22 years, 8 months - 1/1999)
8. Hoshi (22 years, 9 months - 3/1986) *3
9. Hokutenyu (22 years, 9 months, 14 days - 5/1983)
10. Akebono (23 years - 5/1992)

*1 - Takanohana II
*2 - Wakanohana III
*3 - Hokutoumi

Shouldn't that be "Youngest first time Makuuchi Yusho" or something else along those lines? Because if we go strictly by age of the Yusho winner then Takanohana would have 5 out of 10 spots (#1, #2, #4, #7 and #9), Kitanoumi would have 4 (#3, #5, #8 and #10) and Hakuho would have the remaining spot (#6)...

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On 15/10/2021 at 12:44, RabidJohn said:

0-7 (or sometimes 8) is the worst outcome down there.

D'oh! That's what I get for only watching the sekitori.

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