Sumo wrestlers Tosayutaka, right, and Toyohibiki fall to the ground during their bout in the grand summer tournament at Tokyo's Ryogoku Kokugikan sumo arena Photo: AP
Sumo wrestlers are known as “rikishi” in Japanese. Every wrestler belongs to a particular stable in Japan, which is ruled by a retired wrestler known as “oyakata”, meaning boss. #sumo #tradition #japaninfo
sumo If you think those rolls are fat, they are not...these men are some of the strongest people I have ever met, they may have fat but it covers a mass of muscle
Konishiki Yasokichi is a Hawaiian-born Japanese–Samoan former sumo wrestler. He was the first non-Japanese-born wrestler to reach ōzeki, the second highest rank in the sport.
Sumo - Konishiki! Oh jesus! I'd just throw the salt in his eyes and run like hell.
Chiyonofuji Mitsugu born as Akimoto Mitsugu appears in a ceremony before a match…
thats how you fuk with ADHD
Champion sumo wrestler Hakuho. He is 6' - 4" and approximately 350 pounds. Photo by Yoshihiko Ueda
Yokozuna Hakuho - Sumo Wrestler, Japan.