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Mongolian grand champion Harumafuji with his stablemaster Isegahama, left, bows during a press conference to announce his retirement, in Dazaifu, southwestern Japan, Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017. Harumafuji has decided to retire from sumo after allegations that he assaulted lower-ranked wrestler Takanoiwa and tarnished the image of Japan's national sport. Isegahama said that Harumafuji "has caused great trouble to the association and the public" and that the grand champion bears responsibility. (Nozomu Endo/Kyodo News via AP)

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Mongolian grand champion Harumafuji with his stablemaster Isegahama, left, bows during a press conference to announce his retirement, in Dazaifu, southwestern Japan, Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017. Harumafuji has decided to retire from sumo after allegations that he assaulted lower-ranked wrestler Takanoiwa and tarnished the image of Japan's national sport. Isegahama said that Harumafuji "has caused great trouble to the association and the public" and that the grand champion bears responsibility. (Nozomu Endo/Kyodo News via AP)

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