All posts tagged "Myogiryu"
Sumo/ 4 weeks ago
Terunofuji Picks up Easy Win on Day 2 of Summer Basho
Lone yokozuna Terunofuji benefitted from a slip-up by Abi at the Summer Basho, while Takakeisho was overpowered by Kotonowaka and fell...
Sumo/ 3 months ago
Midorifuji Topples Flying Monkey Tobizaru to Stay in Sole Lead at Spring Basho
With five days left in the 15-day Spring Basho in Osaka, the rank-and-filer is two wins ahead of Daieisho, Kotonowaka and...
Sumo/ 9 months ago
Wakamotoharu Upsets Sole Leader Tamawashi on Day 12 of Autumn Basho
The veteran Mongolian maegashira still holds the top spot with a 10-2 record as he pursues his second Emperor’s Cup.
Sumo/ 11 months ago
Terunofuji Brushes Aside Daieisho to Stay Tied for Lead at Nagoya Basho
The lone grand champion is tied with fellow Mongolian Ichinojo heading into the final three days.
Sumo/ 11 months ago
Terunofuji Survives Scare At the Hands of Hoshoryu to Stay Tied For the Lead
The lone yokozuna is even with compatriot Ichinojo heading into the final four days.
New Ozeki Mitakeumi Overpowers Tamawashi to Keep Pace with Surprise Leader Takayasu
Takayasu defeated Aoiyama to stay perfect but will face tougher competition in the remaining six days.
Mitakeumi Maintains Unbeaten Record With Hard-Earned Victory over Onosho
The Dewanoumi stable ozeki, who showed superb footwork on the edge, is one of two wrestlers with 4-0 records.
Terunofuji Manhandles Maegashira Behemoth Ichinojo to Stay Perfect
The 206-kilogram Ichinojo is no problem for the lone grand champion, who is aiming for his third straight title.
Live Wire Ura Almost Pulls off Upset of Terunofuji on Day 4 of New Year Basho
But the lone grand champion prevails to stay undefeated and tied for the lead with four others.
Alone at the Top: Terunofuji Beats Hoshoryu to Take Sole Kead at Kyushu Tournament
Takakeisho and Mitakeumi are dealt setbacks on Day 10 while Abi continues to impress.
Terunofuji Completes Debut at Sumo’s Highest Rank with Autumn Title
The 29-year-old Mongolian was ensured of his fifth title when Myogiryu lost an earlier bout.
Terunofuji Dispatches Ozeki Takakeisho to Move Closer to First Title As a Yokozuna
Rank-and-filer Myogiryu is one win off the pace heading into the final day.