March 2017, Day 11, Tamawashi v Shohozan

You know these two are going to come out swinging. A blistering tsuppari attack from both wrestlers continues until Shohozan finds his heels on the tawara and has to escape, slipping to his left. He’s able to fight through Tamawashi’s renewed attack and get a solid right-handed overarm grip, which he uses to set up a pretty uwatenage (overarm throw), first pushing Tamawashi up and back and then pulling him forward and down. Tamawashi sits at 5-6, Shohozan at 3-8.


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