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Smoking Crack in Hell's Kitchen
08/11/09, 16:17

"i'm leavin' here right now"
Wajima's Best Sumo Matches
08/11/09, 14:32

and that dude is takamiyama, the 1st hawaiian in sumo
Wajima's Best Sumo Matches
08/11/09, 14:28

glad that my 13 yrs of fandom combined w/my being unemployed is causing somebody to be less bored somewhere
Yokozuna Futabayama's Sumo Highlight Reel
08/11/09, 13:59

"After his retirement Futabayama revealed he was actually blind in one eye, due to an injury suffered in his youth, making his achievements even more remarkable."

and his winning streak happened when they only had two tournaments a year, as oppossed to the 6 they have now
Wajima's Best Sumo Matches
08/11/09, 13:51

no eye gouging, no closed fist strikes, no hair pulling, no crotch business, and no kicking above the knee

everything else is fair game
Could you be a Sumo Wrestler? (Nat. Geo Short)
08/11/09, 13:46

and they'd only be allowed to compete if they were retired and had no function within the sumo association
The white house tries to dispel some healthcare rumors.
08/11/09, 13:41

in twenty years, our kids won't be able to believe how monumentally retarded the debate on this issue was
Could you be a Sumo Wrestler? (Nat. Geo Short)
08/11/09, 13:40

akebono did some K1, and he did terribly, but a less freakishly disproportionate wrestler (asashoryu, hakuho, etc) would probably have a better go of it w/ proper striking and ground training

also, emanuel yarborough doesn't coun't. that guy is fucking terrible
Could you be a Sumo Wrestler? (Nat. Geo Short)
08/11/09, 11:25

Wajima's Best Sumo Matches
08/11/09, 10:42

and that's the story of "king debt"
Wajima's Best Sumo Matches
08/11/09, 10:39

The marriage eventually ended in divorce. In 1985 he was pressured by fellow oyakata to resign from the Sumo Association after it emerged that he was heavily in debt due to the failure of his chankonabe restaurant and had put up his shares in the Association (which allow you to be an oyakata) as collateral on a loan, a practice strictly forbidden. The stable folded completely with all its wrestlers transferring to the affiliated Hanaregoma stable.

To pay off his debts, Wajima turned to pro wrestling. Shohei Baba, owner of All Japan Pro Wrestling, convinced him to join his promotion and train at their dojo. Because of his status as a former Yokozuna (the first since Azumafuji to turn to pro wrestling), Wajima was pushed as a superstar, feuding with Stan Hansen over the PWF Heavyweight Championship. In the long run, however, accumulated injuries from his sumo years limited his potential as a professional wrestler, and he ended up retiring from the game altogether in 1988."
Wajima's Best Sumo Matches
08/11/09, 10:35

wajima has a pretty interesting story -
"Wajima was the first and to date only former collegiate competitor to be promoted to yokozuna(he was nicknamed the "Sumo Genius" because of his college background). His other departures from sumo norms included having his hair permed before growing a topknot, staying in luxury hotels and driving a Lincoln Continental whilst on regional sumo tours (jungyo), and associating himself with outsiders such as the yazuka and going out on late night drinking sessions."
"Following his retirement Wajima took over as oyakata, or head coach, of Hanakago stable in 1981, having married the eldest daughter of the previous stablemaster. However his time there was controversial. He lacked leadership qualities and most unusually did not even live in the stable, preferring to commute. Hanakago declined to the point when it did not have any top division wrestlers left. In 1982 his wife attempted suicide and he was demoted from his position as a shimpanor judge as a result. (cont.)
Chiyonofuji's 53 bout winning streak in Sumo
08/10/09, 21:38

you can check w/ your cable company and see if they carry "TV Japan" which is the NHK feed here in the states, but it ain't cheap at something like $30 a month (tournaments are 15 days 6 times a year - jan, march, may, july, sept, nov.)

dish network has it too, and people on the sumotalk.com forums usually post them in a day or two
Sumo Confidential
08/10/09, 12:01

i'll keep feeding the hopper as long as they keep getting voted up
Sumo's Winning Ways: The Enigma of the 82 Kimarite
08/09/09, 23:23

multipart done broke-

pt.2- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwN9C96e8OA&feature=related

pt.3- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn8XswWTvFQ&feature=related

pt. 4- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zq76pO3Rzzo&feature=related

pt. 5- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExHtpcixXfA&feature=related
Alex Jones Joker special
08/09/09, 00:58

shine on you crazy diamond
AFM Harvester Logging Machine
08/09/09, 00:58

Anybody but Bob!
08/08/09, 20:41

was referring to the same types that are all over the flyover
Anybody but Bob!
08/07/09, 23:40

can we just let the south secede already and ship all these retards there so we don't have to keep dragging these fucks, kicking and screaming, towards progress? i'm getting really sick of having national policy altered by people who are allergic to books
Dick Morris is a horrible human being.
08/07/09, 23:27


dick morris, fuck you. no, really - i insist - FUCK YOU.

anyone who would willingly submit anyone ever to the horrors of an NK gulag should have their membership in the human race revoked

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