Nagoya – Yokozuna Terunofuji showed his strength and No. 2 maegashira Ichinojo showed off his tactical prowess as the Mongolian-born wrestlers retained their places as joint leaders of the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament on Thursday.
On the 12th day of the 15 day meeting at Dolphins Arena, Terunofuji didn’t take any nonsense from Daiisho (6-6) finishing Sekiwake hands to the attack, and then throws him out of the ring with strong pushes to the shoulders.
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