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Day 3 results and day 4 pairings

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After three days Tochiazuma is the last Sanyaku rikishi staying in the lead with Asashoryu as Chiyotaikai lost to Dejima. Kokkai, Iwakiyama and Kisenosato are the remaining undefeated Maegashira.

The usual two Yokozuna dohyo-iri attendants Kaiho and Asasekiryu fought each other with Kaiho winning with tottari. Interestingly Hokutoriki replaced Kaiho today in the Yokozuna dohyo-iri.

Tamakasuga is the second kyujo rikishi already, apparently still suffering from (or aggravating) a neck injury from last basho which probably was one reason for his 2-7 finish back then. Jumonji got the free win.

The two shin-Sekitori Yoshikaze and Kyokunankai seem to blossom with the salary as both have a 3-0 start. Of the two Juryo returnees Ushiomaru also is 3-0, only Chiyohakuho is 1-2, but didn't look bad. The other two undefeated rikishi are the more experienced Tokitsuumi and Harunoyama.

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Doitsuyama

Day 3

Juryo

J13e   Chiyotenzan (2-1)   oshidashi      J14w   Sumanofuji (0-3)
J12w   Kanbayashi (1-2)    tsukiotoshi    J14e   Chiyohakuho (1-2)
J13w   Yoshikaze (3-0)     tsukiotoshi    J11w   Yotsukasa (1-2)
J12e   Kyokunankai (3-0)   oshidashi      J9e    Asofuji (1-2)
J11e   Takanotsuru (1-2)   sokubiotoshi   J8w    Kotokasuga (1-2)
J10e   Kobo (2-1)          tsukiotoshi    J8e    Kasuganishiki (1-2)
J7e    Harunoyama (3-0)    hatakikomi     J10w   Kinkaiyama (1-2)
J9w    Ushiomaru (3-0)     okuridashi     J6w    Wakanoyama (0-3)
J7w    Daimanazuru (2-1)   yorikiri       J4e    Shimotori (1-2)
J3w    Tokitsuumi (3-0)    yorikiri       J5w    Kasugao (1-2)
J5e    Wakatoba (2-1)      oshitaoshi     J2w    Tochinohana (1-2)
J4w    Kitazakura (1-2)    yorikiri       J2e    Toki (1-2)
J1e    Senshuyama (2-1)    oshidashi      J3e    Daishodai (1-2)

Makuuchi

M17e   Ishide (2-1)        yorikiri       J1w    Otsukasa (1-2)
M17w   Takanowaka (2-1)    yorikiri       M16w   Toyozakura (2-1)
M16e   Toyonoshima (1-2)   yorikiri       M14e   Tamaasuka (2-1)
M13w   Katayama (2-1)      tsukiotoshi    M15e   Buyuzan (0-3)
M15w   Kisenosato (3-0)    oshidashi      M12w   Tochisakae (0-3)
M12e   Tokitenku (2-1)     yorikiri       M14w   Hakurozan (1-2)
M10w   Jumonji (2-1)       fusen          M13e   Tamakasuga (0-3)
M11w   Takamisakari (2-1)  okuritaoshi    M9e    Kotoshogiku (2-1)
M8w    Iwakiyama (3-0)     oshidashi      M11e   Takekaze (2-1)
M10e   Kaiho (1-2)         tottari        M7w    Asasekiryu (1-2)
M7e    Kotonowaka (1-2)    hatakikomi     M9w    Aminishiki (1-2)

M6e    Kokkai (3-0)        tsukidashi     M8e    Ama (1-2)
M2w    Wakanosato (2-1)    shitatenage    M5e    Hokutoriki (2-1)
M1e    Kakizoe (1-2)       tsukiotoshi    M5w    Kyokutenho (0-3)
K1e    Kotooshu (2-1)      tsukiotoshi    M4w    Tamanoshima (1-2)
S1w    Kotomitsuki (2-1)   yorikiri       M1w    Kyokushuzan (0-3)
S1e    Hakuho (2-1)        sukuinage      M4e    Tosanoumi (0-3)
M2e    Dejima (2-1)        oshidashi      O1w    Chiyotaikai (2-1)
O1e    Tochiazuma (3-0)    oshidashi      M3e    Roho (1-2)
O2w    Kaio (2-1)          hatakikomi     K1w    Miyabiyama (1-2)
Y1e    Asashoryu (3-0)   shitatedashinage M3w    Futeno (1-2)

Day 4

Makushita

Ms14e  Yoshiazuma (0-1)                   Ms12w  Hoshizakura (0-1)
Ms11w  Musashiryu (1-0)                   Ms10w  Daishoma (1-0)
Ms10e  Bushuyama (0-1)                    Ms8w   Komanofuji (0-1)
Ms7w   Kakuryu (1-0)                      Ms6w   Baruto (1-0)
Ms5w   Hakiai (0-1)                       Ms4w   Dairaido (0-1)

Juryo

J13e   Chiyotenzan (2-1)                  Ms2e   Raiko (2-0)
J12e   Kyokunankai (3-0)                  J14w   Sumanofuji (0-3)
J14e   Chiyohakuho (1-2)                  J11w   Yotsukasa (1-2)
J10e   Kobo (2-1)                         J13w   Yoshikaze (3-0)
J12w   Kanbayashi (1-2)                   J9w    Ushiomaru (3-0)
J8e    Kasuganishiki (1-2)                J11e   Takanotsuru (1-2)
J10w   Kinkaiyama (1-2)                   J8w    Kotokasuga (1-2)
J7e    Harunoyama (3-0)                   J9e    Asofuji (1-2)
J7w    Daimanazuru (2-1)                  J5w    Kasugao (1-2)
J6w    Wakanoyama (0-3)                   J4w    Kitazakura (1-2)
J3e    Daishodai (1-2)                    J5e    Wakatoba (2-1)
J2e    Toki (1-2)                         J4e    Shimotori (1-2)
J1e    Senshuyama (2-1)                   J3w    Tokitsuumi (3-0)
J2w    Tochinohana (1-2)                  J1w    Otsukasa (1-2)

Makuuchi

M16e   Toyonoshima (1-2)                  M17w   Takanowaka (2-1)
M15e   Buyuzan (0-3)                      M17e   Ishide (2-1)
M14e   Tamaasuka (2-1)                    M16w   Toyozakura (2-1)
M15w   Kisenosato (3-0)                   M14w   Hakurozan (1-2)
M13w   Katayama (2-1)                     M12w   Tochisakae (0-3)
M11e   Takekaze (2-1)                     M12e   Tokitenku (2-1)
M11w   Takamisakari (2-1)                 M10w   Jumonji (2-1)
M9e    Kotoshogiku (2-1)                  M10e   Kaiho (1-2)
M9w    Aminishiki (1-2)                   M8w    Iwakiyama (3-0)
M7e    Kotonowaka (1-2)                   M8e    Ama (1-2)

M6e    Kokkai (3-0)                       M7w    Asasekiryu (1-2)
M4e    Tosanoumi (0-3)                    M5w    Kyokutenho (0-3)
M5e    Hokutoriki (2-1)                   M4w    Tamanoshima (1-2)
M3w    Futeno (1-2)                       K1w    Miyabiyama (1-2)
S1e    Hakuho (2-1)                       M3e    Roho (1-2)
M2e    Dejima (2-1)                       S1w    Kotomitsuki (2-1)
M1w    Kyokushuzan (0-3)                  O2w    Kaio (2-1)
M2w    Wakanosato (2-1)                   O1w    Chiyotaikai (2-1)
O1e    Tochiazuma (3-0)                   K1e    Kotooshu (2-1)
Y1e    Asashoryu (3-0)                    M1e    Kakizoe (1-2)

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Almost scared to say anything but Dejima is looking pretty good so far. He even had the upper hand in his Kaio match.

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Kaio is sloooooooooooooooooooow this basho. The Kaio/Miyabiyama match was torturous. The big man's going to have to dig deep to keep out of sekiwakedom.

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Kaio is sloooooooooooooooooooow  this basho.  The Kaio/Miyabiyama match was torturous.  The big man's going to have to dig deep to keep out of sekiwakedom.

Couldn't agree more and with his comments in rikishi talk in mind it seems that this basho is going to be one long struggle for him.

Much respect to him if he can somehow come through.

Edited by Taka

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Even a slow Kaio is a great barrier for most of his opponents. If he can overcome his pain he might get his eight once more. It would be nice for him to complete this year's basho cycle. I think he's reluctant to retire before Kotonowaka does.

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Kaio better get drunk and win some crazy matches or i'm going to be mad ggrrrrrrrrr (Nodding yes...)

PLEEEASE COME ON KAIO! DON'T DISAPPOINT MEEEEEEE (Depressed...)

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