Ura swings hard at Hokutofuji at the tachiai, trying to drive him to the left. But Hokutofuji holds his ground and squares up with Ura, tangling arms in an attempt to control the tricky wrestler’s body. It doesn’t work. Ura jumps sideways and backwards, ending up behind Hokutofuji as Hokutofuji stumbles by on his way out of the ring. Hokutofuji already has a winning record of 8-4, but he’d love to add more to the win column and earn a better promotion. Ura has compiled an outstanding record of 10-2 in only his second tournament in the top division. He’s still in the title hunt with three days remaining.