Japanese sumo star Harumafuji retires after ‘violent assault’

Sumo grand champion Harumafuji has said he will retire from the sport, in a scandal that has rocked Japan’s highly ceremonial sport. Harumafuji is being investigated for an alleged assault on a junior wrestler. He said he “apologised from [his] heart” to …
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