Terunofuji takes down ozeki Asanoyama, Results from Day 2 (VIDEO)

Resurgent komusubi Terunofuji handed ozeki Asanoyama his first defeat on Monday, the second day of the November Grand Sumo Tournament at Tokyo’s Ryogoku Kokugikan.

The Mongolian former ozeki quickly seized a left overarm belt hold, kept Asanoyama from doing the same and timed his throw perfectly to swivel the ozeki down in a masterful display.

Terunofuji (2-0) is marking his return to the sanyaku ranks, the three below yokozuna, for the first time in 17 tournaments. The 28-year-old plummeted to near the very bottom of the sport’s hierarchy due to serious knee injuries. In July, he won his second career championship in his return to the elite makuuchi division.

Here are all the results from the November Basho Day 2:

East Kimarite
(Winning Technique)
West
Maegashira #16
Chiyoshoma
(2-0)
白丸 tsukiotoshi 黒丸
Juryo #1
Akiseyama
(1-1)
Maegashira #15
Chiyotairyu
(0-2)
黒丸 oshidashi 白丸
Maegashira #17
Shimanoumi
(2-0)
Maegashira #14
Chiyonokuni
(2-0)
白丸 hatakikomi 黒丸
Maegashira #16
Akua
(0-2)
Maegashira #14
Kotonowaka
(2-0)
白丸 oshidashi 黒丸
Maegashira #13
Ichinojo
(0-2)
Maegashira #12
Yutakayama
(1-1)
黒丸 uchigake 白丸
Maegashira #13
Hoshoryu
(2-0)
Maegashira #12
Kaisei
(1-1)
白丸 oshitaoshi 黒丸
Maegashira #11
Enho
(0-2)
Maegashira #10
Ryuden
(1-1)
白丸 shitatenage 黒丸
Maegashira #11
Sadanoumi
(0-2)
Maegashira #10
Meisei
(1-1)
黒丸 oshidashi 白丸
Maegashira #9
Kotoeko
(2-0)
Maegashira #8
Aoiyama
(0-2)
黒丸 hatakikomi 白丸
Maegashira #9
Tokushoryu
(2-0)
Maegashira #8
Terutsuyoshi
(0-2)
黒丸 hatakikomi 白丸
Maegashira #7
Endo
(2-0)
Maegashira #6
Takarafuji
(2-0)
白丸 yorikiri 黒丸
Maegashira #7
Tochinoshin
(0-2)
Maegashira #6
Tamawashi
(1-1)
黒丸 tsukidashi 白丸
Maegashira #5
Kotoshoho
(1-1)
Maegashira #4
Hokutofuji
(2-0)
白丸 tsukiotoshi 黒丸
Maegashira #4
Tobizaru
(0-2)
Maegashira #5
Myogiryu
(0-2)
黒丸 yorikiri 白丸
Maegashira #3
Okinoumi
(2-0)
Maegashira #3
Kagayaki
(0-2)
黒丸 oshidashi 白丸
Komusubi
Takayasu
(1-1)
Sekiwake
Mitakeumi
(1-1)
黒丸 tsukiotoshi 白丸
Maegashira #2
Daieisho
(2-0)
Maegashira #2
Onosho
(0-2)
黒丸 yorikiri 白丸
Sekiwake
Takanosho
(1-1)
Ozeki
Takakeisho
(2-0)
白丸 tsukidashi 黒丸
Maegashira #1
Wakatakakage
(0-2)
Ozeki
Shodai
(2-0)
白丸 yorikiri 黒丸
Maegashira #1
Kiribayama
(0-2)
Komusubi
Terunofuji
(2-0)
白丸 uwatenage 黒丸
Ozeki
Asanoyama

Source: www.japantimes.co.jp

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