Hello, all. The basho is over. Takanohana has left the building. Harumafuji has changed his hairdo. Names of new sekitori have been released. What’s left for us fans to do until the Kyusho basho starts in mid-November?
Relax, get a drink, and follow the Jungyo, of course.
First, here is a list of wrestlers who have gone kyujo from the jungyo. It’s a really long list this time, and almost half of Juryo is absent.
Yes, indeed, Enho is absent, and therefore, there will be no daily Enho to complete each Jungyo report this time. My Twitter followers advise me to use Tobizaru instead, but the readers here are welcome to make requests, and I will do my best.
The Jungyo has already started today, but the thing is – it takes time for interesting videos to come up, especially as the Jungyo gets away from Tokyo. So I’m going to do the coverage at a day or two’s delay. Also, life may interfere , and I can’t promise to cover it day in and day out.
The Aki Jungyo usually covers the central area of Japan – Tokai, Kinki and Chugoku. The official schedule shows the exact locations. If you are newcomers to Tachiai then first, welcome, and second, take a look at my Introduction To The Jungyo to get the hang of it in general. The Jungyo locations will appear one by one on the Jungyo Trail Map.
Enjoy the Jungyo!