Terunofuji continued to be the class of the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament, improving to 6-0 with a one-sided win on Friday to retain the sole lead after six days at Tokyo’s Ryogoku Kokugikan.
With the spotlight on him following his historic re-promotion to ozeki, Terunofuji seized his favored left-hand overarm hold from the jump and forced out No. 5 Hoshoryu (2-4) with little trouble.
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