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J7 – Hakuho et Ichinojo toujours invaincus

Hakuho contre Shodai
Hakuho contre Shodai

Hakuho et Ichinojo toujours invaincus

Hakuho continue sa route vers un 42ème titre en décrochant sa septième victoire en battant Shodai.

Après deux combats plus difficiles que prévu, le grand champion mongol a démontré sa supériorité en dominant le maegashira 3 sans victoire en quelques secondes.

Lors du dernier combat de la journée, Hakuho s’est imposé face à Shodai à l’aide d’une combinaison de gifles et de coups, puis l’a envoyé à terre.

A la septième journée, Hakuho partage la tête avec son compatriote Ichinojo.

Ichinojo a poursuivi sur sa lancée impressionnante avec une victoire décisive sur Abi.

Cinq lutteurs sont avec une seule défaite (6-1) :  Kakuryu, Takayasu, Goeido, Kotoshogiku et Aoiyama.

Kakuryu a remporté sa sixième victoire d’affilée en surmontant les vifs efforts de Nishikigi.

Goeido (6-1) a rebondi après sa première défaite avec une victoire décisive sur le komusubi Mitakeumi (3-4).

L’ozeki natif d’Osaka a commencé par une grosse gifle, puis a obtenu une double prise qui lui a permis de repousser Mitakeumi vers le bord avant de le pousser par derrière.

Takayasu (6-1) a conservé son avantage en sortant le komusubi Hokutofuji (2-5).

Le sekiwake Takakeisho est resté dans la course pour sa promotion en surmontant Daieisho.

Takakeisho (5-2) a débuté avec son attaque habituelle et a rapidement dominé Daieisho (3-4), le faisant passer par-dessus la limite du cercle.

L’ôzeki Tochinoshin (4-3) a essuyé un échec avec une défaite face à Endo (2-5).

Le sekiwake Tamawashi, vainqueur du grand tournoi de janvier, a amélioré à 4-3 son score en battant le Brésilien Kaisei (0-7).

Aoiyama et le vétéran Kotoshogiku ont tous deux remporté des victoires lors de la septième journée.

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Hakuho wins easily on Day 7, stays in lead with Ichinojo

Hakuho wins easily on Day 7, stays in lead with Ichinojo

Yokozuna Hakuho continued his march toward a record-extending 42nd championship at the Spring Grand Sumo Tournament on Saturday, improving to a perfect 7-0 by beating Shodai.

After a pair of tougher-than-expected bouts against rank-and-filers, the Mongolian grand champion showcased his phenomenal power on Day 7 at Edion Arena Osaka by dispatching the winless No. 3 maegashira in a matter of seconds.

In the final bout of the day, Hakuho sent Shodai backpedaling with a combination of slaps and shoves, then toppled him from the raised ring with a forearm shove.

With seven days of the 15-day tournament completed, he shares the lead with his 226-kilogram compatriot Ichinojo.

The biggest man in the division, No. 4 Ichinojo continued his impressive run with a thrust-down victory over No. 6 Abi.

Abi (2-5) battered Ichinojo with a flurry of thrusts to the upper body, but he was unable to budge the giant Mongolian, who easily slung the smaller wrestler to the clay.

Five wrestlers are one win behind the leaders at 6-1 — yokozuna Kakuryu, ozeki Takayasu, ozeki Goeido, as well as rank-and-file wrestlers Kotoshogiku and Aoiyama.

Mongolian grand champion Kakuryu reeled off his sixth straight victory, overcoming a spirited effort by No. 3 Nishikigi to win by slap-down.

Kakuryu caught Nishikigi off balance at the jump, shoving him from behind, but the lower-ranked wrestler recovered to mount a spirited attack.

As the pair exchanged blows in the center, the grand champion risked slipping to the clay before steadying himself and slapping his winless opponent down.

Local favorite Goeido (6-1) bounced back from his first loss on Day 6 with a decisive win over komusubi Mitakeumi (3-4).

The Osaka-born ozeki opened with a hard face-slap, then took a double inside grip that let him shift Mitakeumi to the edge before shoving him out from behind.

Takayasu (6-1) stayed one win off the pace but looked a little lackadaisical before pushing out komusubi Hokutofuji (2-5).

Sekiwake Takakeisho stayed in the hunt for a second championship and improved his chances of promotion to ozeki by blowing away No. 2 Daieisho.

Takakeisho (5-2) opened with his customary thrusting attack and quickly overwhelmed Daieisho (3-4), driving him over the straw.

Ozeki Tochinoshin (4-3) suffered a setback in his bid to avoid demotion with a loss to No. 1 Endo (2-5). The injury-hampered Georgian succumbed to a belt hold after giving Endo a hard slap at the opening.

Endo then maneuvered Tochinoshin, who needs a winning record to keep his ozeki status, to the edge and out.

Mongolian sekiwake Tamawashi, winner of the January grand tournament, climbed to 4-3 by beating Brazilian No. 1 Kaisei (0-7).

Kaisei opened strongly, but Tamawashi drove him back with a thrusting attack to the throat. Kaisei looked for a hold as he backpedaled, but Tamawashi pushed the Brazilian maegashira out before he could gain a grip.

Bulgarian-born No. 7 Aoiyama and veteran No. 8 Kotoshogiku both registered victories on Day 7 to stay one win back from the leaders.

Written by Kyodo

Crédits photo : Asahi

  • Makuuchi
  • Juryô
Rikishis
Score
Kimarites
Score
Rikishis
Daishoho
大翔鵬

(Maegashira 16)
3-4
5-2
Kotoeko
琴恵光

(Maegashira 15)
Ishiura
石浦
(Maegashira 15)
5-2
2-5
Toyonoshima
豊ノ島

(Maegashira 14)
Terutsuyoshi
照強

(Maegashira 14)
1-6
4-3
Takagenji
貴源治

(Juryo 4)
Chiyoshoma
千代翔馬

(Maegashira 17)
4-3
4-3
Kagayaki

(Maegashira 13)
Tomokaze
友風
(Maegashira 13)
4-3
3-4
Yutakayama
豊山

(Maegashira 16)
Ryuden
竜電

(Maegashira 11)
5-2
3-4
Meisei
明生

(Maegashira 11)
Shôhôzan
松鳳山

(Maegashira 10)
3-4
4-3
Yoshikaze
嘉風

(Maegashira 12)
Sadanoumi
佐田の海

(Maegashira 9)
3-4
1-6
Ikioi

(Maegashira 9)
Yago
矢後

(Maegashira 10)
2-5
6-1
Kotoshôgiku
琴奨菊

(Maegashira 8)
Aoiyama
碧山

(Maegashira 7)
6-1
3-4
Takarafuji
宝富士

(Maegashira 7)
Okinoumi
隠岐の海
(Maegashira 6)
3-4
4-3
Asanoyama
朝乃山

(Maegashira 8)
Chiyotairyû
千代大龍

(Maegashira 5)
5-2
4-3
Onosho
阿武咲

(Maegashira 5)
Abi
阿炎

(Maegashira 6)
2-5
7-0
Ichinojo
逸ノ城

(Maegashira 4)
Tochiôzan
栃煌山

(Maegashira 4)
1-6
3-4
Myogiryu
妙義龍

(Maegashira 2)
Kaisei
魁聖

(Maegashira 1)
0-7
4-3
Tamawashi
玉鷲

(Sekiwake)
Takakeisho
貴景勝

(Sekiwake)
5-2
3-4
Daieisho
大栄翔

(Maegashira 2)
Tochinoshin
栃ノ心

(Ozeki)
4-3
2-5
Endo
遠藤
(Maegashira 1)
Mitakeumi
御嶽海
(Komusubi)
3-4
6-1
Gôeidô
豪栄道

(Ozeki)
Takayasu
高安

(Ozeki)
6-1
2-5
Hokutofuji
北勝富士

(Komusubi)
Nishikigi
錦木

(Maegashira 3)
0-7
6-1
Kakuryû
鶴竜

(Yokozuna)
Hakuhô
白鵬

(Yokozuna)
7-0
0-7
Shodai
正代

(Maegashira 3)
Rikishis
Score
Kimarites
Score
Rikishis
Ryuko

(Makushita 1)
0-4
4-3
Kiribayama

(Juryo 14)
Mitoryu
水戸龍

(Juryo 12)
5-2
3-4
Daiseido

(Juryo 14)
Takanofuji

(Juryo 13)
2-5
3-4
Aminishiki
安美錦

(Juryo 11)
Tobizaru
翔猿

(Juryo 11)
2-5
5-2
Takanosho
隆の勝

(Juryo 13)
Hidenoumi
英乃海

(Juryo 10)
5-2
6-1
Arawashi
荒鷲

(Juryo 12)
Gagamaru
臥牙丸

(Juryo 8)
3-4
1-6
Wakamotoharu

(Juryo 10)
Chiyonoumi
千代の海

(Juryo 8)
5-2
4-3
Sokokurai
蒼国来

(Juryo 7)
Azumaryu
東龍

(Juryo 7)
3-4
4-3
Akiseyama
明瀬山

(Juryo 9)
Kyokutaisei
旭大星

(Juryo 9)
5-2
2-5
Tsurugisho
剣翔

(Juryo 6)
Kyokushuho
旭秀鵬

(Juryo 6)
4-3
3-4
Daiamami
大奄美

(Juryo 3)
Hakuyozan
白鷹山

(Juryo 3)
2-5
2-5
Daishomaru
大翔丸

(Juryo 5)
Kotoyuki
琴勇輝

(Juryo 2)
1-6
4-3
Enho
炎鵬

(Juryo 2)
Tokushoryu
徳勝龍

(Juryo 4)
4-3
4-3
Chiyomaru
千代丸

(Juryo 1)
Shimanaoumi
志摩ノ海

(Juryo 1)
6-1
4-3
Wakatakakage
若隆景

(Juryo 5)

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