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Kyushu 2022 - Day 9

I'm a day late with the Nakabi update.  Of note, former Sd90TD Kayo achieved his fourth KK. Heyamates Takahashi and Kazuto are both contending for the Sd yusho.  Will they face each other at the end?

J7w Kinbozan: 5-4 (6 KK, 45-14) Sd, Ms yusho

Ms18e Kanzaki: 1-4 (4 KK, 22-11) Sd yusho

Ms37e Kototebakari: 2-2 (4 KK, 26-5-1) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms45w Kayo: 4-1 (4 KK, 20-5)

Ms51e Wakanosho: 1-4 (4 KK, 24-9)

Ms51w Hatsuyama: 3-1 (4 KK, 22-9-1)

Sd4w Hanafusa: 2-3 (4 KK, 22-6)

Sd18w Kazekeno: 4-1 (4 KK, 22-4) Jk yusho

Sd21w Kotokenryu: 3-2 (3 KK, 24-8-1)*

Sd22w Toseiryu: 3-1 (4 KK, 23-8-1)

Sd32e Tanji: 3-1 (3 KK, 20-5)

Sd43w Takahashi: 5-0 (3 KK, 18-1) Jk, Jd yusho

Sd48e Wakamiyabi: 1-3 (3 KK, 17-8)

Sd66w Kazuto: 5-0 (3 KK, 17-2)

Sd77e Arise: 0-5 (3 KK, 15-11)

Sd80w Hayashiryu: 2-2 (3 KK, 16-9)

Sd81e Rinko: 3-2 (3 KK, 17-9)

Sd86e Tatsuosho: 3-2 (3 KK, 18-8)

Jd3e Daikinryu: 2-2 (3 KK, 16-9)

Jd6w Michihaya: 2-2 (3 KK, 16-9)

Jd18w Suyama: 2-3 (2 KK, 12-7)

Jd24w Daishimatsu: 2-2 (3 KK, 14-11)

Jd30w Kanazawa: 3-1 (2 KK, 15-7-3)*

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Kyushu 2022 - Final

Kinbozan remains atop The Wall with a final day victory to achieve his KK.  Kototebakari takes the #2 position with the best record among 5-basho rikishi.  Kazakeno leads all 4-basho rikishi while Takahashi and Kazuto share the lead for 3-basho rikishi.

J7w Kinbozan: 8-7 (7 KK, 48-17) Sd, Ms yusho

Ms18e Kanzaki: 3-4 (4 KK, 24-11) Sd yusho

Ms37e Kototebakari: 5-2 (5 KK, 29-5-1) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms45w Kayo: 6-1 (4 KK, 22-6)

Ms51e Wakanosho: 2-5 (4 KK, 25-10)

Ms51w Hatsuyama: 5-2 (5 KK, 24-10-1)

Sd4w Hanafusa: 3-4 (4 KK, 25-10)

Sd18w Kazekeno: 6-1 (4 KK, 24-4) Jk yusho

Sd21w Kotokenryu: 3-4 (4 KK, 24-10-1)*

Sd22w Toseiryu: 5-2 (5 KK, 25-9-1)

Sd32e Tanji: 4-3 (4 KK, 21-7)

Sd43w Takahashi: 6-1 (3 KK, 19-2) Jk, Jd yusho

Sd48e Wakamiyabi: 4-3 (4 KK, 20-8)

Sd66w Kazuto: 7-0 (3 KK, 19-2)

Sd77e Arise: 0-7 (3 KK, 15-13)

Sd80w Hayashiryu: 2-5 (3 KK, 16-12)

Sd81e Rinko: 5-2 (4 KK, 19-9)

Sd86e Tatsuosho: 5-2 (4 KK, 20-8)

Jd3e Daikinryu: 3-4 (3 KK, 17-11)

Jd6w Michihaya: 5-2 (4 KK, 19-9)

Jd18w Suyama: 3-4 (2 KK, 13-8)

Jd24w Daishimatsu: 3-4 (3 KK, 15-13)

Jd30w Kanazawa: 5-2 (3 KK, 17-8-3)*

New Kawazoe 5-2 (2 KK, 9-5) former Ms15TD

New Otani: 6-1 (2 KK, 13-1) Jk yusho

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7 KK for Kinbozan
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Honorable mentions for Hokuseiho and Ishizaki with with 6 and 5 straight KK, respectively, since hitting the wall.

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Kinbozan is amazing. I hope he can keep his streak until Makuuchi. It's his 7th KK though. First Basho in September 2021 was Bg.

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8 hours ago, Barutokai said:

Kinbozan is amazing. I hope he can keep his streak until Makuuchi. It's his 7th KK though. First Basho in September 2021 was Bg.

Thought he entered Sandanme tsukedashi

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3 hours ago, Seregost said:

Thought he entered Sandanme tsukedashi

He did, but as a foreigner he had to sit out an extra bahso before starting though. Only 7 tournaments participated in.

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12 hours ago, Ack! said:

Honorable mentions for Hokuseiho and Ishizaki with with 6 and 5 straight KK, respectively, since hitting the wall.

Hokuseiho's single MK was kyujo-induced, too - very early into that basho. He's yet to hit the wall in tournaments he actually properly competes in.

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21 hours ago, Barutokai said:

Kinbozan is amazing. I hope he can keep his streak until Makuuchi. It's his 7th KK though. First Basho in September 2021 was Bg.

7th KK -- fixed.  Hopefully that's the only error among all these numbers.

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Hatsu 2023 opening lineup

J5e Kinbozan: (8 KK, 48-17) Sd, Ms yusho

Ms22w Kototebakari: (5 KK, 29-5-1) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms18w Kayo: (4 KK, 22-6)

Ms33e Hatsuyama: (5 KK, 24-10-1)

Ms40w Kazekeno: (4 KK, 24-4) Jk yusho

Ms41w Kazuto: (3 KK, 19-2)

Ms54w Takahashi: (3 KK, 19-2) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms58e Toseiryu: (5 KK, 25-9-1)

Sd18e Tanji: (4 KK, 21-7)

Sd30e Wakamiyabi: (4 KK, 20-8)

Sd44w Otani: (2 KK, 13-1) Jk yusho

Sd45w Rinko: (4 KK, 19-9)

Sd50e Tatsuosho: (4 KK, 20-8)

Sd60e Michihaya: (4 KK, 19-9)

Sd86w Kanazawa: (3 KK, 17-8-3)*

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Hatsu 2023 Nakabi (Day 8)

Halfway through the basho, and Kazekeno has wasted no time in claiming his fifth consecutive KK.  Only 2 rikishi on the list have losing records, at 1-3 each: 16-year-old Tanji and last on the list Kanazawa.  Meanwhile, Kinbozan is jockeying for the Juryo yusho and promotion to Makuuchi.

J5e Kinbozan: 7-1 (8 KK, 55-18) Sd, Ms yusho

Ms18w Kayo: 2-2 (4 KK, 24-8)

Ms22w Kototebakari: 2-2 (5 KK, 31-7-1) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms33e Hatsuyama: 3-1 (5 KK, 24-10-1)

Ms40w Kazekeno: 4-0 (5 KK, 28-4) Jk yusho

Ms41w Kazuto: 2-2 (3 KK, 21-4)

Ms54w Takahashi: 3-1 (3 KK, 22-3) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms58e Toseiryu: 3-1 (5 KK, 28-10-1)

Sd18e Tanji: 1-3 (4 KK, 22-10)

Sd30e Wakamiyabi: 2-2 (4 KK, 22-10)

Sd44w Otani: 3-1 (2 KK, 16-2) Jk yusho

Sd45w Rinko: 2-2 (4 KK, 21-11)

Sd50e Tatsuosho: 2-2 (4 KK, 22-10)

Sd60e Michihaya: 2-2 (4 KK, 21-11)

Sd84w Kanazawa: 1-3 (3 KK, 18-11-3)*

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Hatsu 2023, Day 10:

Three more rikishi on the list claim their KK, while everyone else teeters around .500 at either 3-2 or 2-3.  Kinbozan's still hoping to add a Juryo yusho to his trophy case.  It could be his last opportunity as Makuuchi beckons.

J5e Kinbozan: 9-1 (9 KK, 57-18) Sd, Ms yusho

Ms18w Kayo: 3-2 (4 KK, 25-8)

Ms22w Kototebakari: 2-3 (5 KK, 31-8-1) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms33e Hatsuyama: 4-1 (6 KK, 28-11-1)

Ms40w Kazekeno: 5-0 (5 KK, 29-4) Jk yusho

Ms41w Kazuto: 3-2 (3 KK, 22-4)

Ms54w Takahashi: 3-2 (3 KK, 22-4) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms58e Toseiryu: 3-2 (5 KK, 28-11-1)

Sd18e Tanji: 2-3 (4 KK, 23-10)

Sd30e Wakamiyabi: 3-2 (4 KK, 23-10)

Sd44w Otani: 4-1 (3 KK, 17-2) Jk yusho

Sd45w Rinko: 2-3 (4 KK, 21-12)

Sd50e Tatsuosho: 3-2 (4 KK, 23-10)

Sd60e Michihaya: 2-3 (4 KK, 21-12)

Sd84w Kanazawa: 2-3 (3 KK, 19-11-3)*

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Former Wall member Hitoshi at 4-3 has reeled off 5 straight KKs since being out for 3 consecutive bashos, and will improve from his current career high of Ms18e.  Former Wall member Miyagi with 4-2 at Ms24e has 4 straight KKs since his marginal 3-4 MK.

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And Hokuseiho adds to his post-Wall streak with his 7th consecutive KK, most likely making his Makuuchi debut at the Haru basho.

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7 hours ago, Ack! said:

Former Wall member Hitoshi at 4-3 has reeled off 5 straight KKs since being out for 3 consecutive bashos, and will improve from his current career high of Ms18e.  Former Wall member Miyagi with 4-2 at Ms24e has 4 straight KKs since his marginal 3-4 MK.

Those two are from the same shindeshi crop that's also given us former and/or honorary wallees Kiryuko, Nobehara and Mukainakano. Natsu 2021.

A very strong class, with all five guys already strong in makushita less than a year and a half from their banzuke debut.

And who won that jonokushi basho? None of them. :-P

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Hatsu 2022 Senshuraku (Final)

I belatedly added Toshunryu and Oyamada since I discovered their kyujos in July were due to their heya's COVID withdrawal.  

J5e Kinbozan: 11-4 (8 KK, 59-21) Sd, Ms yusho

Ms7e Kawazoe: 5-2 (3 KK, 14-7)

Ms18w Kayo: 3-4 (4 KK, 25-10)

Ms22w Kototebakari: 4-3 (6 KK, 33-8-1) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms33e Hatsuyama: 6-1 (6 KK, 30-11-1)

Ms40w Kazekeno: 6-1 (5 KK, 30-5) Jk yusho

Ms41w Kazuto: 4-3 (4 KK, 23-5)

Ms54w Takahashi: 5-2 (4 KK, 24-4) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms58e Toseiryu: 4-3 (6 KK, 29-12-1)

Sd18e Tanji: 3-4 (4 KK, 24-11)

Sd30e Wakamiyabi: 5-2 (5 KK, 25-10)

Sd41w Toshunryu: 4-1-2 (4 KK, 20-5-3)*

Sd44w Otani: 6-1 (3 KK, 19-2) Jk yusho

Sd45w Rinko: 4-3 (5 KK, 23-12)

Sd50e Tatsuosho: 3-4 (4 KK, 23-12)

Sd60e Michihaya: 3-4 (4 KK, 22-13)

Sd84w Kanazawa: 4-3 (4 KK, 21-11-3)*

Sd87w Oyamada: 5-2 (3 KK, 18-7-3)*

New Takerufuji: 7-0 (2 KK, 14-0) Jk yusho

New Kokiryu: 4-3 (2 KK, 9-5)

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Haru 2023, Initial lineup:

M14e Kinbozan:  (8 KK, 59-21) Sd, Ms yusho

Ms3e Kawazoe:  (3 KK, 14-7)

Ms11w Hatsuyama:  (6 KK, 30-11-1)

Ms16w Kazekeno:  (5 KK, 30-5) Jk yusho

Ms17w Kototebakari:  (6 KK, 33-8-1) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms32e Kazuto:  (4 KK, 23-5)

Ms33w Takahashi:  (4 KK, 24-4) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms47e Toseiryu:  (6 KK, 29-12-1)

Ms57e Otani:  (3 KK, 19-2) Jk yusho

Sd3e Wakamiyabi:  (5 KK, 25-10)

Sd19w Takerufuji: 7-0 (2 KK, 14-0) Jk yusho

Sd24w Toshunryu:  (4 KK, 20-5-3)*

Sd28e Rinko:  (5 KK, 23-12)

Sd50w Oyamada:  (3 KK, 18-7-3)*

Sd64w Kanazawa:  (4 KK, 21-11-3)*

Jd28w Kokiryu:  (2 KK, 9-5)

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Haru 2023, Day 12:

M14e Kinbozan: 8-4 (9 KK, 67-25) Sd, Ms yusho

Ms3e Kawazoe: 4-2 (4 KK, 18-9)

Ms11w Hatsuyama: 2-4 (6 KK, 32-15-1)

Ms16w Kazekeno: 4-2 (6 KK, 34-7) Jk yusho

Ms17w Kototebakari: 3-3 (6 KK, 36-11-1) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms32e Kazuto: 3-3 (4 KK, 26-8)

Ms33w Takahashi: 5-1 (5 KK, 29-5) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms47e Toseiryu: 4-2 (7 KK, 33-14-1)

Ms57e Otani: 3-3 (3 KK, 22-5) Jk yusho

Sd3e Wakamiyabi: 2-4 (5 KK, 27-14)

Sd19w Takerufuji: 5-1 (3 KK, 19-1) Jk yusho

Sd24w Toshunryu: 6-0 (5 KK, 26-5-3)*

Sd28e Rinko: 2-4 (5 KK, 25-14)

Sd50w Oyamada: 3-3 (3 KK, 21-10-3)*

Sd64w Kanazawa: 3-3 (4 KK, 24-14-3)*

Jd28w Kokiryu: 2-4 (2 KK, 11-9)

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Haru 2023, Senshuraku (Final):

M14e Kinbozan: 11-4 (9 KK, 70-25) Sd, Ms yusho

Ms3e Kawazoe: 4-3 (4 KK, 18-10)

Ms11w Hatsuyama: 2-5 (6 KK, 32-16-1)

Ms16w Kazekeno: 4-3 (6 KK, 34-8) Jk yusho

Ms17w Kototebakari: 3-4 (6 KK, 36-12-1) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms32e Kazuto: 3-4 (4 KK, 26-9)

Ms33w Takahashi: 6-1 (5 KK, 30-5) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms47e Toseiryu: 4-3 (7 KK, 33-15-1)

Ms57e Otani: 4-3 (4 KK, 22-5) Jk yusho

Sd3e Wakamiyabi: 2-5 (5 KK, 27-15)

Sd19w Takerufuji: 6-1 (3 KK, 20-1) Jk yusho

Sd24w Toshunryu: 7-0Y (5 KK, 27-5-3)*

Sd28e Rinko: 2-5 (5 KK, 25-17)

Sd50w Oyamada: 4-3 (4 KK, 22-10-3)*

Sd64w Kanazawa: 3-4 (4 KK, 24-15-3)*

Jd28w Kokiryu: 3-4 (2 KK, 12-9)

new Ochiai: 10-5 (2 KK, 17-5)

new Kazenoumi: 6-1 (2 KK, 12-2) Jk yusho

new Kotosato: 6-1 (2 KK, 12-2)

new Gohakuun: 5-2 (2 KK, 11-3)

new Tsuru: 5-2 (2 KK, 10-4)

new Gonowaka: 6-1 (2 KK, 10-4)

new Kazeeidai: 5-2 (2 KK, 9-5)

new Kosei: 5-2 (2 KK, 9-5)                                             

 

 

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Who'd have guessed that Toseiryu would be the last one standing out of the hypertalented Hatsu '22 shindeshi bunch? Got the slowest start out of the entire group - just barely KKing his first basho, losing to three fellow newbies but beating four journeymen. Last one out of the seven to make sandanme, too.

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4 hours ago, Koorifuu said:

Who'd have guessed that Toseiryu would be the last one standing out of the hypertalented Hatsu '22 shindeshi bunch? Got the slowest start out of the entire group - just barely KKing his first basho, losing to three fellow newbies but beating four journeymen. Last one out of the seven to make sandanme, too.

Moving upwards slowly can sometimes be beneficial. You get longer to learn and settle in at each stage.

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3 hours ago, Naganoyama said:

Moving upwards slowly can sometimes be beneficial. You get longer to learn and settle in at each stage.

As proven by his cropmate Wakanosho, who walloped people left and right on his fast rise to makushita, only to get wrecked immediately - mainly by people who were not inferior to him, but he just wasn't ready.

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Natsu 2023 starting lineup

It looks like my posting didn't actually post, so better late than never!

M5e Kinbozan: (9 KK, 70-25) Sd, Ms yusho

J8e Ochiai: (2 KK, 17-5)

Ms1w Kawazoe: (4 KK, 18-10)

Ms13e Takahashi: (5 KK, 30-5) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms13w Kazekeno: (6 KK, 34-8) Jk yusho

Ms15w Toshunryu: (5 KK, 27-5-3)* Sd yusho

Ms40e Toseiryu: (7 KK, 33-15-1)

Ms41e Takerufuji: (3 KK, 20-1) Jk yusho

Ms49e Otani: (4 KK, 22-5) Jk yusho

Sd33e Oyamada: (4 KK, 22-10-3)*

Sd59w Kazenoumi: (2 KK, 12-2) Jk yusho

Sd60e Kotosato: (2 KK, 12-2)

Sd87e Gohakuun: (2 KK, 11-3)

Sd88w Gonowaka: (2 KK, 10-4)

Jd18e Tsuru: (2 KK, 10-4)

Jd28w Kazeeidai: (2 KK, 9-5)

Jd29e Kosei: (2 KK, 9-5)

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Natsu 2023, Nakabi (Day 8)

Halfway through the basho we already have four eager beavers who have claimed their KKs.  Not content to debut on The Wall in Juryo, Ochiai seems determined to make his sophomore appearance in Makuuchi!  Another interesting possibility is Wallees Takahashi and Otani facing off in the Makushita yusho race.  Thus far, only Kinbozan and Tsuru have losing records.  After being nearly scared off the dohyo facing the yokozuna on day 7, Kinbozan was unable to recover against Nishikigi.  He has the unfortunate luck to be used as a spare joi member for Isegahama rikishi who cannot face each other.  Endo's withdrawal may spare him the same fate against joi members of Oitekaze beya.

M5e Kinbozan: 3-5 (9 KK, 73-30) Sd, Ms yusho

J8e Ochiai: 8-0 (3 KK, 25-5)

Ms1w Kawazoe: 3-1 (4 KK, 21-11)

Ms13e Takahashi: 4-0 (6 KK, 34-5) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms13w Kazekeno: 3-1 (6 KK, 37-9) Jk yusho

Ms15w Toshunryu: 2-2 (5 KK, 29-7-3)* Sd yusho

Ms40e Toseiryu: 3-1 (7 KK, 36-16-1)

Ms41e Takerufuji: 3-1 (3 KK, 23-2) Jk yusho

Ms49e Otani: 4-0 (5 KK, 26-5) Jk yusho

Sd33e Oyamada: 2-2 (4 KK, 24-12-3)*

Sd59w Kazenoumi: 3-1 (2 KK, 15-3) Jk yusho

Sd60e Kotosato: 2-2 (2 KK, 14-4)

Sd87e Gohakuun: 3-1 (2 KK, 14-4)

Sd88w Gonowaka: 3-1 (2 KK, 13-5)

Jd18e Tsuru: 1-3 (2 KK, 11-7)

Jd28w Kazeeidai: 4-0 (3 KK, 13-5)

Jd29e Kosei: 3-1 (2 KK, 12-6)

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Natsu 2023, Final

Only 2 of 17 did not get their KK this basho.  That's got to be some kind of record.

M5e Kinbozan: 4-11 (9 KK, 74-36) Sd, Ms yusho

J8e Ochiai: 14-1 (4 KK, 31-6)

Ms1w Kawazoe: 5-2 (5 KK, 23-12)

Ms13e Takahashi: 6-1 (6 KK, 36-6) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms13w Kazekeno: 5-2 (7 KK, 39-10) Jk yusho

Ms15w Toshunryu: 3-4 (5 KK, 30-9-3) Sd yusho

Ms40e Toseiryu: 4-3 (8 KK, 37-18-1)

Ms41e Takerufuji: 6-1 (4 KK, 26-2) Jk yusho

Ms49e Otani: 5-2 (5 KK, 28-7) Jk yusho

Sd33e Oyamada: 4-3 (6 KK, 26-13-3)*

Sd59w Kazenoumi: 6-1 (3 KK, 18-3) Jk yusho

Sd60e Kotosato: 4-3 (3 KK, 16-5)

Sd87e Gohakuun: 6-1 (3 KK, 17-4)

Sd88w Gonowaka: 4-3 (3 KK, 14-7)

Jd18e Tsuru: 4-3 (3 KK, 14-7)

Jd28w Kazeeidai: 5-2 (3 KK, 14-7)

Jd29e Kosei: 5-2 (3 KK, 14-7)

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Nagoya 2023, starting lineup:

The Wall is lengthy this time around, thanks to the remarkable success of our Wallees last basho and the addition of seven more to the list.  Takahashi, having gone 6-1 the last two basho, is in the promotion queue, so this may be his last chance to complete his yusho trifecta.  Also of note, former Wallee Mukainakano has reeled off 4 straight KKs since hitting the wall and is just ahead of Takahashi in the promotion queue at Ms3w.

M17w Hakuoho (Ochiai): (3 KK, 31-6) Ms yusho

J13e Kiho (Kawazoe): (5 KK, 23-12)

Ms4w Takahashi: (6 KK, 36-6) Jk, Jd yusho

Ms6e Kazekeno: (7 KK, 39-10) Jk yusho

Ms17e Takerufuji: (4 KK, 26-2) Jk yusho

Ms33e Toseiryu: (8 KK, 37-18-1)

Ms34e Otani: (5 KK, 28-7) Jk yusho

Sd5w Kazenoumi: (3 KK, 18-3) Jk yusho

Sd19e Oyamada: (5 KK, 26-13-3)*

Sd29e Gohakuun: (3 KK, 17-4)

Sd41w Kotosato: (3 KK, 16-5)

Sd44w Asahakuryu (2 KK, 13-1) Jk yusho

Sd61e Satorufuji (2 KK, 12-2) Jd yusho

Sd61w Gonoumi (2 KK, 12-2)

Sd68w Gonowaka: (3 KK, 14-7)

Sd82e Kazeeidai: (3 KK, 14-7)

Sd82w Kosei: (3 KK, 14-7)

Sd84e Nagamura (2 KK, 10-4)

Sd85w Tokinishiki (2 KK, 10-4)

Sd86e Wakaikari (2 KK, 11-3)

Sd88e Tsuru: (3 KK, 14-7)

Jd17w Kobayashi (2 KK, 10-4)

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