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Rikishi Status - 2022 Hatsu Basho

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A quartet of sekitori are sitting this basho out from the start, one unlucky and three naughty.


M7e Takayasu - due to positive COVID tests within Tagonoura-beya, which is kyujo as a whole.

M8e Hidenoumi - suspected of illegal gambling.

J4e Asanoyama - continuing to serve his six-basho suspension for breaching COVID regulations last year.

J12e Shiden - suspected of illegal gambling.


Lower division absentees, with Tagonoura-beya separate:

Ms1e Kyokushuho
Ms48w Anzai

Sd6e Hagiwara
Sd20e Kaiho
Sd24w Kiritsubasa
Sd31e Shimoyama
Sd68w Kasugaryu
Sd71w Miyabishin
Sd73e Sadanogo
Sd88e Nogami
Sd92e Shimanishiki
Sd94w Nishihara
Sd99w Shogun

Jd2w Wakaseido
Jd3e Mifuneyama
Jd7e Wakayamanaka
Jd15e Nankairiki
Jd24e Hitoshi
Jd32w Toho - retired after last basho but not on the official list, danpatsu-shiki took place last month
Jd52e Fujiizumi
Jd52w Yashiroumi
Jd53e Kotorikisen
Jd53w Hokutosora
Jd57w Wakaonehara - had his arm in a sling in recent heya pictures
Jd77w Shunpo
Jd83w Takataisho - currently in rehabilitation following knee surgery
Jd86w Machi

Jk9w Asadaimon
Jk14e Wakayama
Jk15e Sadatsuyoshi


Tagonoura-beya:

Sd12w Kaishin
Sd40e Akashifuji
Sd54e Kojikara
Sd98e Sekizuka
Jd6w Takanoryu
Jd24w Iitsuka
Jd37e Matsugi
Jd45w Tagomaru
Jd84w Takasu
Jd98w Ojiyama
Jd100e Terunosato
Jk5e Shishimaru
Jk10e Matsuzawa

Gyoji - Kimura Takao
Yobidashi - Mitsuaki
Tokoyama - Tokonaru

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6 hours ago, Yubinhaad said:

M7e Takayasu - due to positive COVID tests within Tagonoura-beya, which is kyujo as a whole.

Poor guy never catches a break.

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7 minutes ago, Rocks said:

Poor guy never catches a break.

Maybe it will be a blessing to have the extra time off to heal. :-)

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1 minute ago, Kishinoyama said:
9 minutes ago, Rocks said:

Poor guy never catches a break.

Maybe it will be a blessing to have the extra time off to heal. :-)

Worth pointing out that the last time he had a basho off for free (Natsu 2020 due to the COVID-cancelled basho), he came back with double digits.

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19 hours ago, Yubinhaad said:

Sd6e Hagiwara

Seen with a crutch in Naruto-beya's New Year photo.

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The whole Nishikido beya is kyujo due to the covid protocol. Mitoryuu did not appear today.

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Asonoyama was kyujo for his day 1  bout, NHK told he injured his knee during morning keiko, Ohata got a fusensho.

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Are we sure he wasn't just barred from the stadium due to a paperwork mix-up with Asanoyama? 

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36 minutes ago, ryafuji said:

Are we sure he wasn't just barred from the stadium due to a paperwork mix-up with Asanoyama? 

When I hear him announced, I always thought, "hey, he's on a bit early" and now "oh, is the ban already over" - I can't hear a difference in shikona pronunciation

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Five withdrawals from the lower divisions ahead of Day 3:

Ms32e Asonoyama (fusenpai Day 1) - as reported by Akinomaki above, a knee injury in asageiko

Ms37w Fukushima (fusenpai Day 2) - Nishikido-beya is kyujo due to COVID

Ms57e Wakanoumi (fusenpai Day 2) - ditto

Sd87w Iko (fusenpai Day 1)

Jd23e Shinyashiki (fusenpai Day 1)


Nishikido-beya gyoji Kimura Kintaro is also off the torikumi-hyo, and I assume their blanket withdrawal also covers yobidashi Tsurutaro and tokoyama Tokonaka too.

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Oshoumi in yesterday's bout re-injured his left shoulder, which he had injured last basho - kyujo today, Kirinofuji got a fusensho

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On 07/01/2022 at 05:16, Yubinhaad said:

Ms1e Kyokushuho

Maybe I missed this; any idea why he's out?

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18 minutes ago, Reonito said:

Maybe I missed this; any idea why he's out?

Looks like intai!?

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Jiji reports that Ozeki Takakeisho is kyujo from Day 4, no reason given yet. Kiribayama will get a fusensho.

 

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Jiji updated? with Takakeisho out due to right ankle ligament - 2 weeks rest necessary.

I guess that it was at this point:

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7 hours ago, Akinomaki said:

Oshoumi in yesterday's bout re-injured his left shoulder, which he had injured last basho - kyujo today, Kirinofuji got a fusensho

Dang, that is some unfortunate luck for a promising youngster.

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1 hour ago, Tsuchinoninjin said:

Jiji updated? with Takakeisho out due to right ankle ligament - 2 weeks rest necessary.

I guess that it was at this point:

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 ... when he rolled his ankle which made the side of his foot touch the dohyo (mere milliseconds before Ura landed, as you can see), which is why the torinaoshi was warranted.

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Lower divisions ahead of Day 5, a pair of rikishi "return" for their first actual appearances, and one more withdraws.


Entering/Returning:

Sd87w Iko (fusenpai Day 1, withdrew Day 3)

Jd23e Shinyashiki (fusenpai Day 1, withdrew Day 3)


Withdrawing:

Ms21e Oshoumi (fusenpai Day 3) - as reported above, a repeat of his left shoulder injury from last basho.

 

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20 hours ago, Itachiyama said:

Looks like intai!?

That was my assumption as well, but I didn't want to be the first to make such a remark.

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West Juryo #11
Chiyonoo
(Kokonoe Beya)
has withdrawn the Day 5 of the January Tournament.
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36 minutes ago, Rocks said:
West Juryo #11
Chiyonoo
(Kokonoe Beya)
has withdrawn the Day 5 of the January Tournament.

Thank you - sad but predictable. He's been a shadow of himself, I'd even thought makuuchi ruined his confidence.

5 hours ago, Katooshu said:

Anyone know what's up with Hitoshi from Oitekaze? 

Won the jonidan yusho, then absent for the last 2 basho.

http://sumodb.sumogames.de/Rikishi.aspx?r=12704

Amidst a pretty strong crop, no less, even if it felt he lucked out with his matchups at times. Hope that isn't it for him.

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14 hours ago, Rocks said:
West Juryo #11
Chiyonoo
(Kokonoe Beya)
has withdrawn the Day 5 of the January Tournament.


Due to a herniated lumbar disc, requiring up to 5 weeks of rest.

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14 hours ago, Rocks said:
West Juryo #11
Chiyonoo
(Kokonoe Beya)
has withdrawn the Day 5 of the January Tournament.

It's my fault,  I entered the Torch contest for the first time and guess who my rikishi is!

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