After 19 years of humiliation by Mongolians, Japan has a grand champion of sumo once more

TOKYO – After decades of scandals and humiliation at the hands of Mongolian wrestlers, sumo finally has Japanese grand champion again. Kisenosato, a 30-year-old, 385-pound wrestler, was promoted Wednesday to the rank of yokozuna, the first time a …
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