▽As for the new recruit Kitanowaka Ni Tomokaze, Tomokaze won in the “uchi-kake” (inside play) game, extending his win to 4 wins and 2 losses.
▽Nishikifuji against Ilyamamoto, Ilyamamoto won by “Hatakikomi”, making it 6 consecutive wins from the first day.
▽Takarafuji defeated the new entrant, Ouga, and Ouga used his “bad twist” to get the better of Ichiban.
▽Higashi Hakuryu, who is new to Kensho, is “pushed out” by Kensho.
▽ Mino, who is new to Tamawashi, is “Yorikiri” by Minoumi.
▽Ryuden won against Wang Peng with a “Yorikiri”.
▽Myogiryu is “Yorikiri” to Kotoemitsu.
▽The Mitake Sea and the Hirado Sea are “Yorikiri”.
▽Atami Fuji and the sea of Sada are “Yori-kiri”.
Atami Fuji’s winning streak since the first day ended at 5.
▽The Shonan Sea is cut off by Mt. Kinpus.
▽Takashi wins with Abusaki, and Takashi wins with “Kote Nage”.
▽ Endo and Midorifuji are “Yorikiri”.
▽Kitaseiho defeated Nishikiki with a “Tsuridashi”.
▽Akio Ura won his first win of the tournament by defeating Ichiban, who was accused of “pushing down” Ura.
▽Wakamotoharu’s Aen is “Kote Nage”.
▽In the Shodai era, Daieisho was “Hatakikomi” in the Shodai era.
Daieisho fell to two losses with consecutive losses following the 16th.
▽ Kotonowaka won against Hokukatsu Fuji with a “push-out” technique, making it his 6th consecutive win since the first day.
▽Gonoyama won against Ozeki Kirishima by “Oki Oshi”.
Kirishima lost 2 games.
▽Shozaru and Ozeki Takakeisho is “sent off” by Takakeisho.
Takakeisho defended his one loss by defeating his weak opponent, Shozaru, who had lost 4 wins and 6 losses in the past.
▽Takayasu won against ozeki Toyo Shoryu with a “Komata scoop”.
Toyoshoryu suffered his first loss in this tournament on the 6th day.