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Wakanosato pulled off the heroics again this Dallas Cowboys Snapback Hats time against veteran ozeki Kaio following a classic exchange of ring-edge throws that led to a midring conference by the judges and a rematch.Wakanosato,considered a title dark horse after going 10-5 in November,overwhelmed Kaio with his devastating speed in their second bout of the day for a lopsided force-out win.Tochiazuma shrugged off the pressure as an ozeki debutante and added a victory,sending Kaiho flying over the straw bails despite being caught off-balance by the third-ranked maegashira,who stepped to his left in the face-off in a tactical move.Sekiwake Kotomitsuki notched another convincing win to add to Sunday's defeat he inflicted on ozeki Musoyama,bulldozing No. 1 maegashira Akinoshima (0-2) out to improve to 2-0.Musoyama became the only winless ozeki after being slapped down by second-ranked maegashira Toki ,while Chiyotaikai got win No. 2 in his battle to escape relegation from sumo's second highest rank by forcing out Mongolian sekiwake Asashoryu .In other action,Mongolians Kyokutenho and Kyokushuzan had another disappointing day and fell to their second straight losses.Komusubi Kyokutenho succumbed to powerful shoves by veteran No. 3 maegashira Takanonami (2-0) while top-ranked maegashira Kyokushuzan showed little resistance and was handily forced out by No. 4 maegashira Chiyotenzan . Saturday,Dec. 29,2001Miyabiyama may miss Tokyo bashoSekiwake Miyabiyama may sit out next month's New Year Grand Sumo Tournament due to a lingering shoulder injury,jeopardizing his bid to return to the second-highest rank of ozeki,his stable master said Thursday. Sumo elder Musashigawa said he will make a final decision on whether to let Miyabiyama wrestle at the 15-day meet from Jan. 13 at Tokyo's Ryogoku Kokugikan shortly after he has his shoulder re-examined on Jan. 4.Even if he gets the green light from the doctors,I feel it will be tough for him to post a decent record because of the lack of proper preparations for the upcoming tournament.I'm also worried that he could injure himself again,Musashigawa said. Miyabiyama,a 24-year-old former amateur star,had surgery on a cartilage in his right shoulder in November after pulling out midway through the autumn tournament in September and sitting out the entire Kyushu meet last month.His second straight losing record in the process led to demotion to sekiwake,leaving him needing at least 10 wins in January to regain his ozeki status. Monday,Jan. 21,2002Unbeaten trio stay two clearThe ozeki duo of Tochiazuma and Chiyotaikai along with sekiwake Kotomitsuki pulled out hard-fought wins Sunday to remain the unbeaten leaders on the eighth day of the New Year Grand Sumo Tournament.No. 13 maegashira Hamanishiki,meanwhile,was saddled with a second loss by fellow rank-and-filer Tochisakae in an early bout at Tokyo's Ryogoku Kokugikan to leave the trio of leaders two wins clear of the rest of the field in the 15-day derby for the Emperor's Cup.Kotomitsuki,seeking promotion to ozeki as well as the tournament championship,survived the closest call to being tagged with his first loss as Chiyotenzan (3-5) had the sekiwake Detroit Lions Snapback Hats falling forward with a belt throw.

The Sadogatake-stable sekiwake,however,quickly Green Bay Packers Snapback Hats righted himself and muscled the No. 4 maegashira out of the ring to win their first-ever match-up.Chiyotaikai,who won the New Year tourney crown in 1999,came out with both arms flailing against former ozeki Dejima (3-5) to ram the No. 4 maegashira out of the ring and notch his eighth straight win of the tournament.Chiyotaikai's win also ensured that the Kokonoe-stable champion would not lose his ozeki ranking after dropping out of the autumn tourney with an injured left foot and sitting out the entire Kyushu basho in November.Tochiazuma,meanwhile,was on the defensive throughout most of his bout with Wakanosato . The newly promoted ozeki had to battle back from the edge of the ring in the day's final bout before getting things turned around and walking the stubborn komusubi out.Ozeki Kaio took his time against tricky Kaiho and dumped the No. 3 maegashira out of the ring for his sixth win to keep alive his slim title hopes along with 6-2 maegashira wrestlers Tochinonada,Tosanoumi,Hamanishiki and Tochisakae.Also,ozeki Musoyama cruised past former ozeki Takanonami for an easy win while sekiwake Asashoryu ended a two-day losing streak by pushing out Mongolian compatriot and komusubi Kyokutenho (1-7).Top maegashira Kyokushuzan ,also from Mongolia,walked out second-ranked Toki for a second win.American Sentoryu (3-5) slumped to a fifth loss as a No. 15 maegashira,getting shoved out by scrappy former sekiwake Takatoriki . Monday,Jan. 14,2002DAY 1Musashimaru shocked on opening day of New Year sumoYokozuna Musashimaru got off on the wrong foot Sunday as the Samoan-born favorite was handed a shock defeat by komusubi Wakanosato on the opening day of the New Year Grand Sumo Tournament.Sekiwake Kotomitsuki provided further drama with an upset win over ozeki Musoyama,while local favorite Tochiazuma made a triumphant start on his debut at ozeki by hauling down Akinoshima to the delight of a full house at Tokyo's Ryogoku Kokugikan.Grand champion Musashimaru,heavily favored to claim back-to-back titles in the absence of fellow yokozuna Takanohana,should have won what appeared to be a formality in the day's final bout. But Wakanosato had other ideas.Taking Musashimaru's thrusts in his stride,Wakanosato launched a counterattack of his own,and after locking onto the right side of his opponent's belt,he managed to shove the yokozuna to the ring's edge before tipping him over the straw bales for the win.Earlier,Kotomitsuki made the perfect start in his bid to move one rung up sumo's ladder to ozeki,as the feisty Sadogatake stable grappler tossed aside Musoyama like a rag doll to open his campaign in style for the 15-day tourney.Autumn tourney winner Kotomitsuki needs 11 wins here to meet the Japan Sumo Association requirement for ozeki promotion,as he seeks to join Tochiazuma,veteran duo Kaio and Musoyama and relegation-threatened Chiyotaikai in sumo's second-highest rank.Tochiazuma,aiming to become the first wrestler in 33 years to win the Emperor's Cup Houston Oliers Snapback Hatsas an ozeki debutante,barely had to lift a finger as he effortlessly hauled down top-ranked maegashira Akinoshima within seconds of the tachiai.

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