This November, a numbering meeting was held for the Grand Sumo Kyushu Tournament, and it was decided that Hishoshi of the Otatekaze Room would be newly promoted to the ten.
The Japan Sumo Association held a numbering meeting on November 27 for the Kyushu Tournament, which will open on November 11.
As a result, it was decided to promote Hishoshi of the Chase Wind Room to a new ten.
Hishoshi is a 12-year-old from Tachikawa, Tokyo.
After graduating from the sumo club of Nippon University and working as a member of society, I stepped on the first stage of the summer of Ototoshi.
In the autumn of that year, he won the second stage championship, but due to a neck injury, he was suspended from the following Kyushu place for three consecutive places, and the ranking was dropped until the beginning of the season.
Nevertheless, he gradually returned to the ranking, and now he entered the third makushita of the west, which was his highest ranking, and won the championship match of seven people to win the makushita championship.
On the 27th, Hishoshi, who held a press conference at the Otatekaze Room in Soka City, Saitama Prefecture, expressed his joy, saying, "It took longer than I expected, but I'm glad I was able to go up."
When he took a break due to a neck injury, he was bedridden for about two months, and his rehabilitation started by walking, so he recalled, "I was able to overcome it with words of encouragement and support from various people, including my master."
And for the Kyushu venue, he was enthusiastic, saying, "I want to show a good sumo wrestling match without losing in the stands, and first of all, I want to do my best to win the match."
His mentor and former makuuchi Ōshozan's chase Kaze master praised his apprentice, saying, "It took me half a year to get injured and get a little sumo wrestling, and it's amazing that I improved in two and a half years."
In addition, it was decided that Yuma of the Abu Matsu room and Hidenomi of the Kise room will rise to the tenth car again.