[sumo] Fwd: [Sumo news] - Kiribayama

Jeffrey Anderson jpaitv at gmail.com
Tue Feb 14 07:12:37 EST 2023

Last valentines gift.

>From Moti

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From: Moti Dichne <niramiai at gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Feb 14, 2023 at 3:10 AM
Subject: [Sumo news] - Kiribayama
To: Sumo Newsletter2 <sumo-newsletter2 at googlegroups.com>

Kiribayama was 4-8 against Asanoyama today. "He was stronger than I
expected. I need to gambarize in order to beat him. Well, he is an (ex)
Ozeki, after all, and myself being an Ozeki aspirant, I wanted to face
him." he said. "He was overpowered. With this kind of training it's going
to be difficult," said his mentor Kakuryuu oyakata who was there. "I felt
at my current strength it seems impossible (to become Ozeki). A person
attaining the Ozeki rank is a different kind of strong," Kakuryuu added.
Still, he did beat Asanoyama 4 times. "When you face a strong opponent, the
win/loss thing is not important- it's good training and adds to your
confidence. All in all it was a good session, although I felt dejected at
times. It's from here on.." he summed.


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Jeffrey Anderson

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