You can see the whole thing here. No major surprises. Sanity prevailed, and Nagoya yusho winner Mitakeumi will continue his Ozeki run from the East Sekiwake slot, jumping over Ichinojo despite the latter’s lack-luster kachi-koshi record. As predicted, Takakeisho takes over the West Komusubi slot from Shohozan, and Ikioi and Kaisei occupy the top maegashira slots, followed by Yutakayama and Chiyotairyu.
From there, while my predictions got the big picture right, they had more than their usual share of misses. My original forecast was actually quite a bit more accurate than the revised one. Lesson: don’t overthink it. The biggest surprises to me were that Abi only dropped from M3 to M4 despite his 6-9 record in Nagoya, how little respect Onosho got for his 10-5 record at M11, only getting promoted to M6, and just how low they ranked the three promotions from Juryo (Takanoiwa, Takanosho and Kotoyuki).
On to the basho!