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Ozeki Kisenosato remained in contention for an elusive first title and possible promotion to yokozuna as he wrapped up the first week of the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament with a resounding win over struggling sekiwake Tochinoshin on Saturday.

A day after dodging a bullet against Myogiryu, the Tagonoura stable star barely broke sweat at Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium, getting both arms around Tochinoshin (1-6) to work the Georgian towards the bales and off the dohyo for a sixth win.

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