Nagoya – Wage yokozuna Terunofuji continued his recovery from his loss on the first day, winning his third fight in a row on Wednesday, the fourth day of the 15-day Grand Sumo tournament in Nagoya.
Terunofuji, who started his bid for the eighth Emperor’s Cup with an embarrassing loss to komusubi Abi, improved to 3-1, providing a powerful tottari Arm-bar throw victory over No. 2 maegashira Kotonovaka (2-2) in the final match of the day at the Dolphins Arena with a capacity of 7448 people.
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