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Nagoya Basho 2016 - Winners
Makuuchi Yusho:M11 Kitakachiyama (12-3; 102 points)
Juryo Yusho:J7 Ahogeyama (12-3; 101 points)
Makushita Yusho:m17 Wuli (13-2; 99 points)
Gino-sho:S Kotononami (9-6; 107 points)
Kanto-sho:M11 Kitakachiyama (12-3; 102 points)
Shukun-sho:not rewarded
by Takanotaki, 2016/7/25

Nagoya Basho 2016 - Day 15
There were no last-minute problems for Kitakachiyama as he won the final day with ease to wrap up his second career yusho. He can now expect a nice jump up the rankings for September.
It was a similar story in Juryo as Ahogeyama won his final bout and avoided a play-off to pick up his first ever yusho.
There was more suspense in Juryo as Ichibannojo won the big match but was beaten in a play-off by six points by Wuli. It is his first yusho also.
Congratulations to all the winners and see you in September!
by Pandaazuma, 2016/7/24

Nagoya Basho 2016 - Day 14
With only one day remaining Kitakachiyama has emerged as an almost certain winner as his pursuers are all at least four points behind in scoring...only a total disaster will prevent him from taking the big prize.
In Juryo, a win for Ahogeyama tomorrow will hand him the yusho. A loss could let in four pursuers but only Jakusotsu and Susanoo can hope to match his excellent points total.
In Makushita Reijinguoshan and Ichibannojo will fight each other for the title. Wuli also has a chance but will need to win and score well to sneak the trophy.
Good luck to all the players!
by Pandaazuma, 2016/7/23

Nagoya Basho 2016 - Day 12
Things are hotting up now and two players are setting the pace: Kitakachiyama and Terarno. Sebunshu is just one win behind and a small pack follows him so it's a fairly spread field at this stage.
In Juryo Ahogeyama takes sole possession of the lead just ahead of Susanoo and Saruyama. And the Makushita duel between Wuli and Ichibannojo continues as both stand at 11-1.
by Pandaazuma, 2016/7/21

Nagoya Basho 2016 - Day 8
As nakabi enters the books we have a sole leader in Makuuchi: Kitakachiyama. Seven wrestlers remain hot on his tail.
In Juryo the two leaders lost so it's a free-for all as it stands. And Wuli and Ichibannojo are now the only remaining unbeaten players, blazing a trail in Makushita.
Both ozeki-promotion hopefuls lost. Flohru is now out of contention, while Kotononami now needs a very tough six out of seven.
by Pandaazuma, 2016/7/17

Nagoya Basho 2016 - Day 6
As we approach the first weekend the top divisional yusho race is still very open as sole leader Sebunshu lost today. Seven wrestlers share the lead; none from the sanyaku division.
Juryo has one unbeaten leader in Kibooyama. And there are only three perfect players left in Makushita: Wuli, Inazuma and Ichibannojo.
Our ozeki candidates are making it tough for themselves: Sekiwake Flohru has already lost three and Sekiwake Kotononami has lost two. A strong showing will now be required from these two.
by Pandaazuma, 2016/7/15

Nagoya Basho 2016 - Day 3
Welcome all to the sweltering Nagoya tournament.
First a look at the promotion commotion. Only two sekiwake have realistic chances of ozeki promotion this time: both Flohru and Kotononami require 11 wins for the big jump. Flohru is already up against it at 1-2 but Kotononami is off to a blistering start and is unbeaten. 8 more wins out of 12 will give him the nod.
We also welcome gaming prodigy Gurowake to his debut at komusubi. His stellar rise has been unstoppable so far but he has had an uncharacteristically poor start in Nagoya - perhaps he does not like the heat. At 0-3 he will now be aiming for a comeback winning record.
In Makuuchi we still have 8 unbeaten wrestlers. Juryo has three. And Makushita is the usual chaotic mess at this early stage.
Good luck to all the players.
by Pandaazuma, 2016/7/12


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