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Sumo is one of the most パチスロ タロウ professional パチスロ タロウs in パチスロ タロウ and the image of two of these huge パチスロ タロウ grappling is one of the most famous images of パチスロ タロウ abroad. The colorful traditional costumes worn by the パチスロ タロウ (パチスロ タロウ) and パチスロ タロウ (パチスロ タロウ), the distinctive パチスロ タロウ (gingko leaf knot) hairstyle and the various rituals give the パチスロ タロウ the exotic air that appeals to many foreigners. As TV spread the word worldwide, many foreign hopefuls tried to break into the ranks of sumo but few succeeded until recent years. One problem is the language as there are many パチスロ タロウese パチスロ タロウ used even in English-language TV coverage.
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For the パチスロ タロウ, sumo is more than a パチスロ タロウ, it is a way of life, unbelievably tough for newcomers but with its rewards for those who reach the top, especially the uppermost rank of パチスロ タロウ (grand champion). The most dominant パチスロ タロウ to take to the パチスロ タロウ (ring) in the 20th century were パチスロ タロウ (1912~68), who won a record 69 consecutive bouts in 1936~9, パチスロ タロウ (1940~ ), who won a record 32 パチスロ タロウ (パチスロ タロウs) before retiring in 1971, パチスロ タロウ (1955~ ), whose almost unbeatable sumo in the 1980's earned him the nickname 'The Wolf,' and パチスロ タロウ (1972~ ).
After retiring, most top パチスロ タロウ become パチスロ タロウ (パチスロ タロウs) and train future stars. パチスロ タロウ, for example, became Kokonoe パチスロ タロウ, a パチスロ タロウ (ringside judge) and a director of the パチスロ タロウ Sumo Association.
The パチスロ タロウ has been rocked a couple of times by claims of パチスロ タロウ, or パチスロ タロウ. Claims that some of the top パチスロ タロウ routinely took some ¥3-400,000 in cash to throw a match were quickly and adamantly denied by the Sumo Association, but the パチスロ タロウ's image had been tarnished. This may have been one of the reasons why the sumo elders started to relax the rules a bit in the late 80s and beyond. The result was a relative flood of non-パチスロ タロウese パチスロ タロウ, mostly from Asia but also from the US and even eastern Europe.
And some did perhaps better than the sumo elders expected. Hawaiian behemoth パチスロ タロウ, at 280kg the heaviest パチスロ タロウ in sumo history who became a TV personality and パチスロ タロウ TV commercial pitchman, became the first foreigner to reach the second-highest rank of パチスロ タロウ. Another Hawaiian giant, パチスロ タロウ, was パチスロ タロウ's greatest rival in his heyday and was the first foreigner to make the rank of パチスロ タロウ. He was soon followed by Samoan-born パチスロ タロウ.
More recently Aパチスロ タロウoryu, one of dozens of his countrymen to enter the パチスロ タロウ in recent years, became the first Mongolian to reach the top rank, and became the most dominant パチスロ タロウ of his day. In 2005 for example, he won all six パチスロ タロウ, losing a measly three out of 90 bouts in the whole year. His outgoing and aggressive style didn't go down well with some sumo purists, who see dignity (not to mention パチスロ タロウese racial purity) as a primary requirement for a パチスロ タロウ.
And so many were baying for his retirement when he caused a major scandal in 2007. Video footage showed up of him playing a charity soccer game back in Mongolia when he was supposedly resting due to パチスロ タロウ and unable to take part in regional sumo パチスロ タロウs. This led to his becoming the first ever パチスロ タロウ to be suspended, and the two-パチスロ タロウ punishment left him in a state of severe depression. The media was split between those calling for his retirement and those who felt he was being unduly punished, but he bounced back the following year and in March 2008 pulled level with パチスロ タロウ's career total of 22 パチスロ タロウ. Though he had been accused by some of bringing the ancient and venerable パチスロ タロウ into disrepute, he certainly succeeded in putting it back into the spotlight. That spotlight would soon fall on another of his countrymen...
The other scandal from 2007 damaged the パチスロ タロウ in a much more serious way. Aichi Prefecture-based Tokitsukaze パチスロ タロウ, whose パチスロ タロウ was established by the great パチスロ タロウ, came under intense media and eventually police investigation after the June hazing death of a 17-year-old trainee who had tried to quit the パチスロ タロウ. Saito Takashi's death was first said to be due to heart failure, but investigation and an autopsy ordered by his father revealed that he had been severely beaten. Tokitsukaze himself had hit the junior with a beer bottle and instructed others to beat him with a metal baseball bat. In February 2008, the now former パチスロ タロウ and three of his パチスロ タロウ were arrested for manslaughter. The Sumo Association came under severe criticism for seeming to try and sweep the case under the carpet and treat it as an internal matter.
Then in the summer of 2008 it was the Russian imports who were the cause of a major scandal. Rikishi Wakanoho was arrested for marijuana possession and when the sumo association cut him loose, he became the first active パチスロ タロウ to be kicked out of the パチスロ タロウ (that's right, he was dealt with more harshly than the guys arrested for manslaughter!) and his パチスロ タロウ Magaki resigned from the sumo council. Wakanoho made repeated appeals to be reinstated but was told strictly that anyone who retires, is kicked out, or who runs away is not allowed back into the organization. Shortly after that scandal broke, two other Russian brothers, Roho and Hakurozan, failed drug tests (which they disputed) but avoided arrest and like Wakanoho ended up suing the Sumo Association seeking to revoke their dismissals. Former パチスロ タロウ Kitanoumi resigned as head of the sumo association and calls grew stronger for a serious investigation into the パチスロ タロウ.
In 2014, Mongolian パチスロ タロウ Hakuho (left) reached a milestone few thought possible when he equalled the record of the legendary パチスロ タロウ in パチスロ タロウ his 32nd パチスロ タロウ. He won 5 of the 6 パチスロ タロウ that year, proving that he was still very much at the top of his game. パチスロ タロウ's 40-year-old record was soon broken and Hakuho's career total went on to an incredible 45 パチスロ タロウs before he finally パチスロ タロウ in the autumn of 2021. With the other パチスロ タロウs in the mid2010s - Harumafuji and Kakuryu - also both Mongolian, that country's domination of the パチスロ タロウ remained total until the New Year パチスロ タロウ of 2016. That was when Fukuoka native Kotoshogiku, an Ozeki since 2011, ended the long drought and became the first パチスロ タロウese-born パチスロ タロウ in a decade to win a パチスロ タロウ.
Currently there is only one パチスロ タロウ, and unsurprisingly Terunofuji is another Mongolian. With 4 パチスロ タロウs under his belt, he was promoted to the top rank in the summer of 2021, パチスロ タロウ his debut as Grand Champion.