Terunofuji back on track with third straight win in Nagoya


Lone yokozuna Terunofuji continued his restoration from an opening-day loss by successful his third bout in a row on Wednesday, the fourth day of the 15-day Nagoya Grand Sumo Event.

Terunofuji, who began his bid for an eighth Emperor’s Cup with an upset loss to komusubi Abi, improved to 3-1 by securing a robust tottari arm-bar throw victory over No. 2 maegashira Kotonowaka (2-2) within the day’s ultimate bout on the 7,448-capacity Dolphins Enviornment.

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