Kyushu Basho 2019 Results – Wakaichirō Ken

That's all for the Kyushu Basho 2019!  In makuuchi, the boss is. . .well. . .still the boss.  Hakuho grabbed the yusho, and he made it seem almost easy.  He had a final record of 14-1, whereas the two next highest (Asanoyama and Shodai) had records of 11-4.  Going into the basho, I thought that... Continue Reading →

Mid-Nagoya Basho 2019 Update on Musashikuni and Wakaichirō

It is a little over halfway through the Nagoya Basho 2019, and it seems that the ozeki are cursed!  Takakeisho (0-0-8), Tochinoshin (0-6-2), and Goeido (3-5) are firmly too injured to compete, and it seems that Takayasu (7-1) may need to also withdraw.  On the other hand, the yokozuna are flying high.  Both Kakuryu (8-0)... Continue Reading →

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