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Senshuraku Preview | Haru 2021

The following is the transcript to the video posted below. With the lower division titles already decided on day 13, including Abi‘s undefeated return to the third division, all that’s left are the salaried divisions, Juryo and Makunouchi. JURYO Hakuyozan and Takagenji are favored to win the title, currently at 10 wins each. But sinceContinue reading “Senshuraku Preview | Haru 2021”

71st Yokozuna Kakuryu Retires, Announces Elder Name

After 5 consecutive tournaments absent due to various injuries, Yokozuna Kakuryu has decided to retire from competition. The 6 time Emperor’s Cup champion had sought a 7th before pulling out of the current Spring basho. He will remain in the sumo association, addressed as Kakuryu-oyakata. Kakuryu, born Anand Mangaljalav in his native Mongolia, was takenContinue reading “71st Yokozuna Kakuryu Retires, Announces Elder Name”

Another Embarrassing Moment for Azumazeki-oyakata

After a close call in a day 10 bout between East Makushita #44 Chiyonokatsu and West Makushita #46 Toshoyama, Stablemaster Azumazeki (former Komusubi Takamisakari) attempted to explain the results of a judge’s conference. But instead of conveying the decision the judges had made, Azumazeki-oyakata seemingly came up with his own answer while addressing the crowd!Continue reading “Another Embarrassing Moment for Azumazeki-oyakata”

Nakabi Report | Haru 2021

The following is the transcript to the video posted below. JURYO Halfway through the Spring tournament we’re seeing both of the new Juryo guys, Bushozan and Takakento, hold their own at 4-4. Returning to Juryo, Nishikifuji is 4-4 as well. And Ichiyamamoto, is enjoying a 5-3 comeback to the division. Enho took the undefeated leadContinue reading “Nakabi Report | Haru 2021”

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