The Grand Sumo Tournament in Nagoya was held on the 14th day, and the battle for the championship was narrowed down to two winners, Yokozuna Hakuho and Ozeki Terunofuji.

On the 17th, Hakuho will play Masayo Ozeki and Terunofuji will play Takayasu Sekiwake.

Yokozuna Hakuho and Tsunatori Terunofuji Ozeki, who have indicated their intention to move forward and backward in the Nagoya place, have won 13 consecutive victories from the first day.



On the 17th of the 14th day, Hakuho will play against Masayo Ozeki.



In past matches, Hakuho showed a difference in power with 9 wins and 3 losses, but the place where he last wrestled last spring was defeated.



Right now, Hakuho shows the shape of his four right and upper left hands only once in his efforts with Mitakeumi, but if you take a turn and attack carefully, it will be perfect.



Masayo wants to find a chance to win by continuing to apply pressure with a sword so that he can't turn around, or by taking a distance.



Terunofuji is a match against Takayasu Sekiwake, an experienced Ozeki player.



Terunofuji beat Takayasu in the first place, but his past match record was 8 wins and 12 losses, so I would like to bring it to the development where he does not rush and puts pressure on him.



For Takayasu, the point of the game is likely to be whether or not Terunofuji can lose his position from the presence of horsepower.

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