On the second day of the Grand Sumo Tournament Nagoya, Yokozuna Hakuho, who has indicated his intention to move forward and backward, will play against Endo, who is the front-runner.

At the Nagoya venue, which was held for the first time in a year and four months, attention will be focused on the sumo wrestling of Yokozuna Hakuho, who has indicated his intention to move forward and backward, and Ozeki Terunofuji, who is trying to take the rope for the first time.

Hakuho, who had been closed for six consecutive places up to the previous location, was not the original sumo wrestler on the first day of the 4th, but he got off to a white star start by beating the new three roles, Akio, in a throwing meeting.

On the 5th, we will play against Endo, the first player in the front.

In the past, Hakuho has won 13 wins and 2 losses.

If the yokozuna regains its original strict standing, the advantage will not be shaken, so the key is how far you can step on your right knee, which was operated on about 4 months ago.

Endo wants to create an advantageous position, such as shaving, without losing in the presence.

On the other hand, on the first day of the 4th, Terunofuji Ozeki, who calmly rejected Endo who lost the place earlier, is challenged by Takakage Shinkoyui.

In the past, except for the undefeated, Terunofuji won all four races, and if you step firmly and catch the opponent and match your chest, you will be overwhelmingly superior.

As Wakatakakage, there is no choice but to keep moving so as not to allow turning and find a winning opportunity, and I would like to seal Terunofuji's superhuman strength with the help from below, which is my specialty.

In the other Ozeki teams, Masayo will play Daieishō, who is the first player, and Takakeishō will play Ichinojo, who is a flat curtain.