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Yokozuna Terunofuji showed his power and No. 2 maegashira Ichinojo put his tactical prowess of display as the Mongolian-born wrestlers maintained their places as the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament’s joint leaders on Thursday.

On the 12th day of the 15-day meet at Dolphins Arena, Terunofuji tolerated no nonsense from Daieisho (6-6), wrapping up the sekiwake’s arms on the charge and then rocking him out of the ring with strong shoves to his shoulders.

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