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Japanese yokozuna, or grand champion, Kisenosato cries during an awarding ceremony after beating Mongolian Terunofuji in a playoff of the Spring Grand Sumo Tournament in Osaka, western Japan, Sunday, March 26, 2017. Making his debut at sumo's highest rank of grand champion, Kisenosato won the 15-day tournament in dramatic fashion on Sunday. Needing a win in regulation to force a tiebreaker, Kisenosato beat Terunofuji to give both wrestlers a record of 13-2. Kisenosato then threw down Terunofuji, who holds the sport's second-highest rank of ozeki, in the playoff to wrap up the Emperor's Cup and his second straight title. (Yohei Nishimura/Kyodo News via AP)

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Japanese yokozuna, or grand champion, Kisenosato cries during an awarding ceremony after beating Mongolian Terunofuji in a playoff of the Spring Grand Sumo Tournament in Osaka, western Japan, Sunday, March 26, 2017. Making his debut at sumo's highest rank of grand champion, Kisenosato won the 15-day tournament in dramatic fashion on Sunday. Needing a win in regulation to force a tiebreaker, Kisenosato beat Terunofuji to give both wrestlers a record of 13-2. Kisenosato then threw down Terunofuji, who holds the sport's second-highest rank of ozeki, in the playoff to wrap up the Emperor's Cup and his second straight title. (Yohei Nishimura/Kyodo News via AP)

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