Hakuho Falls As Pair Shares Lead

Hakuho falls as pair shares leadYokozuna Hakuho looked to stay on top as he took on ozeki Terunofuji in the final bout on the 12th day of the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament on Thursday.
After a restart, it was the ozeki (7-5) who gained the quick advantage, getting his left hand on Hakuho’s mawashi and ushering the vulnerable yokozuna out of the ring at Aichi Prefectural Gym.

Upset Bug Bites Hakuho

Upset bug bites HakuhoHakuho was looking to maintain his perfect record until he ran into a roadblock named Takarafuji.
The No. 2 maegashira withstood the yokozuna’s charge and turned him out on the fifth day of the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament on Thursday.

Hakuho Leaves Mark In Denying Tochiozan

Hakuho leaves mark in denying TochiozanMaking sure he would not be the second yokozuna in a row to lose to No. 1 maegashira Tochiozan, Hakuho gave him a reminder of the difficulty of the task of beating sumo’s most decorated wrestler.
Hakuho, who remained unbeaten after four days of the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament on Wednesday, was never challenged in forcing out Tochiozan, who left the main arena with a bloody nose from a devastating forearm blow at the jump-off.

Sumo's Yokozuna Hakuho Clinches His 37th Title

Sumo's Yokozuna Hakuho clinches his 37th titleIn professional sumo, Yokozuna Grand Champion Hakuho has clinched his 37th tournament victory.
On Saturday, the 14th day of the summer grand sumo tournament, Hakuho forced out another Yokozuna Grand Champion Harumafuji, maintaining his sole lead with a clean slate.

Hakuho Stays Unbeaten; Kakuryu Falls

Hakuho stays unbeaten; Kakuryu fallsHakuho maintained his unblemished start to the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament in Tokyo on Thursday. Fellow yokozuna Kakuryu was not so lucky, however, on the fifth day of the tournament at Ryogoku Kokugikan.

Sumo : Fired-up Hakuho Stays Perfect With 4th Win

Sumo : Fired-up Hakuho stays perfect with 4th winThe pre-bout chants of his opponent’s name only seemed to fire up yokozuna Hakuho.
Hakuho swiftly shuffled out No. 2 maegashira Shodai — with a final shove at the edge for good measure — to remain unbeaten after four days at the Summer Grand Tournament in Tokyo on Wednesday.