January 2017, Day 13, Chiyootori v Kotoyuki

Kotoyuki is one of many wrestlers who finds himself at seven losses heading into the final days of the tournament. Nothing motivates a wrestler like the fear of losing his rank (except maybe the chance at winning a tournament), so Kotoyuki comes out firing. He looks solid and strong, and calmly works Chiyootori back with a series of alternating thrusts, finishing with a shove that knocks Chiyootori on his backside tumbling out of the ring. The tsukitaoshi (front thrust down) victory gives Kotoyuku a 6-7 record, and Chiyootori also finishes the day at 6-7.


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