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Special to The Japan Times Online Few sports fans in Japan will be unaware that yokozuna Hakuho recently walked away from the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament at the Ryogoku Kokugikan having claimed his 14th career Emperor's Cup with his 6th perfect 15-0
Mongolian grand champion Hakuho says his latest success at the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament has given him a lift but admitted that a lack of a serious competition at the 15-day meet left him feeling lonely.' Winning has given me great confidence,'
With his 14th Emperor's Cup already in the bag, yokozuna Hakuho overpowered ozeki Kotooshu to keep his undefeated streak alive on the 14th day of action at the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament on Saturday. In the day's final bout, Kotooshu got a hand
Mongolian grand champion Hakuho beat ozeki Kotomitsuki to claim his 14th career Emperor's Cup with two days to spare, maintaining his undefeated record at the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament on Friday. With the title victory, Hakuho tied former yokozuna
Mongolian grand champion Hakuho took a big step toward claiming his 14th Emperor's Cup with a hard-fought win over veteran ozeki Kaio at the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament on Wednesday. Hakuho made it 11 wins out of 11 at the 15-day Tokyo meet, while
Mongolian grand champion Hakuho outmuscled Kisenosato to preserve his unbeaten record, but Estonian ozeki Baruto suffered his second loss at the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament on Tuesday...In a battle between Bulgarian and Estonian giants, Kotooshu got
Estonian Baruto got back on the winning track on his ozeki debut Monday while Mongolian grand champion Hakuho stayed in sole possession of the lead at the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament. Baruto came back with a bang at Ryogoku Kokugikan, picking his
Baruto was sent crashing at the hands of Kakuryu while grand champion Hakuho took a giant leap forward in his bid to win back-to-back titles as he remained undefeated at the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament on Sunday. Baruto is one off the pace, while
Yokozuna Hakuho overpowered Tochinoshin to stay on course in his bid for consecutive titles Saturday, while Baruto also remained undefeated with a righteous pummeling of Miyabiyama on the seventh day of action at the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament.
Baruto disposed of Aminishiki to retain his share of the lead with grand champion Hakuho to improve to 6-0 in his first meet at sumo's second-highest rank of ozeki at the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament on Friday. The Estonian goliath, who at 187