[sumo] After Kyushu
joepetrow at gmail.com
Fri Oct 19 07:32:54 EDT 2007
That doesn't change the original punishment, that Asa is supposed to
be under "house arrest" and going only to home, heya, and hospital.
But I suppose everyone has already forgotten about that.
On 10/19/07, Joshua Maciel <joshua.maciel at gmail.com> wrote:
> Probably more likely that the Mongolian wrestling can be viewed as
> 'practice' of some sort, and that he's not shirking any responsibilities to
> do it.
> On 10/19/07, Joe Petrow <joepetrow at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 10/18/07, Achim Pawelczyk <akinomaki at googlemail.com> wrote:
> > > Today it looks like the return of Asashoryu will definitely be delayed
> > > till after the Kyushu basho.
> > > The damaged left elbow, the newly injured left ankle while doing
> > > Mongolian sumo, some injury to the palm of the right hand is also
> > mentioned.
> > > Takasago-oyakata made it clear that Asashoryu will stay in Mongolia till
> > > he's completely healed. The winter jungyo starts on Dec. 12th - the best
> > > will be done to have Asashoryu take part.
> > Hmm...I wonder why there is not the same public uproar over Asashoryu
> > getting injured doing Mongolian sumo when he is supposed to be under
> > house arrest and is only in Mongolia to "heal", as there was when he
> > was playing soccer in Mongolia while supposedly injured?
> > I guess it's because there is no incriminating video footage to
> > saturate the airwaves with...or else because nobody really cares about
> > what he does anymore.
> > - Peterao
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