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Kisenosato, new sumo champion not gaijin

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Congratulations to this sample ... but if he won a tournament on 73, will it not be was the ass? And sure, the big ass, not missing him.

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The sumo is the national sport of the japanese, but despite this it was 19 years that no japanese triumphed in a national tournament.

The 30-year-old Kisenosato, high 1.77 m and a weight of 175Kg, she won the Emperor's Cup, becoming the "yokozuna". The last japanese to win this cup it was Wakanohana in 1998.

It has not been easy to achieve this goal, Kisenosato has made 73 tournaments to achieve this goal.

The sumo has more than 2000 years, but in recent decades it has been stained by scandals such as illegal betting, dealings with the yakuza and the world of drugs.

Congratulations to this sample ... but if he won a tournament on 73, will it not be was the ass? And sure, the big ass, not missing him.

== JAP.news
January 29, 2017

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