Mongolian-born wrestler turned Japanese to get to grips with sumo

NAGOYA, Japan (Reuters) – The sound of bodies slapping against each other rocks the stifling sumo “stable” in the Japanese city of Nagoya, as 11 gigantic wrestlers wearing only loincloths take turns throwing each other out of a ring of sand. The wrestlers …
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