May 2017, Day 10, Chiyoshoma v Goeido

Goeido’s feeling the pressure of his precarious position, needing just a few more wins in the last few days to secure his Ozeki rank for another tournament. He comes out motivated against Chiyoshoma, wasting no time in charging forward and executing the flawless sukuinage (beltless arm throw) that sends Chiyoshoma crashing out of the ring upside down. Goeido inches closer to his eighth win at 6-4, but Chiyoshoma gets his eighth loss and makekoshi record, guaranteeing demotion next tournament.

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