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Faustonowaka

The other guy from Belgium

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After quite some time on this forum, here's my introduction.

I live in Belgium (in the Flemish-speaking part of the country) and have been following sumo for quite a while now. (look here for more: http://www.sumoforum.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=4473).

My favourite rikishi nowadays are Kotonowaka and Kaio. When I originally started following sumo, Wakanohana was my favourite, because he could make it to the top despite not being as big and bulky as the other top rankers at the time.

This tournament I will be rooting for Kaio (it's been a while since there was a Japanese Yokozuna) altough I am not sure he will be able to complete his Yokozuna bid.

In regular life I work as a policeman in Brussels.

I play basketball in a club near my hometown and I like a good game of snooker.'

If anyone want's to get handcuffed, let me know (Whistling...)

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If anyone want's to get handcuffed, let me know ;-)

I will pass on the handcuffs (Showing respect...) but a hearty welcome to you!

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Yaaaay, another neighbour and a fellow Kotonowaka fan too! Welcome, Faustonowaka-zeki! I hope you like this forum just as much as I do (Showing respect...)

And I like Kaio too. I hope he gets the yusho and the tsuna!

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If anyone want's to get handcuffed, let me know :-D

no need mate, when I was a kid my dad was a policeman and one day I put the handcuffs on at home for a something fun to do, the problem was my dad left his key at work (Spooky TV program...) oops! he didnt want to go in to work so I put vaseline on my wrists and painfully wriggled out. To this day I have never had the desire to try on handcuffs again.

Thanks for the intro, btw what does the "Fausto" part of faustonowaka mean?

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Fausto is the first name of a famous Italian cyclist from the late 40's and early 50's, his full name being Fausto Coppi.

Sadly, he died at the age of 40 from malaria.

Since his last name sounds like mine a bit, my friends call me Fausto too.

And I'm only 23 years old, pretty young in my opinion (so there's the waka).

Together that's Faustonowaka.

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