Hakuho Sho He is the best sumo wrestler in Japan and possibly the best sumo wrestler of all time.
Hakuho Sho was born on the island of Hokkaido, Japan on May 3rd 1988. He grew up playing baseball until he entered high school. It was during his high school years that he started to get interested in sumo. After high school, Hakuho Sho joined the Miyagino stable and started his sumo training.
At only 5’7″ tall and weighing over 300 pounds, he is a force to reckon with. After becoming a yokozuna (grand champion) in 2011, he has won an unprecedented 33 tournaments, making him the most successful sumo wrestler of all time.
Hakuho Sho is also famous for his sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct. He has never been penalized for any serious violations during his sumo career.
Hakuho Sho is considered by many to be the best sumo wrestler in Japan and best sumo wrestler of all time. He won an unprecedented 33 tournaments and only 5’7″ tall and weighing over 300 pounds.
Hakuho Sho is best known for his sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct. He has never been penalized for any serious violations during his sumo career.
He’s famous for his varied attacking approach and has been credited with bringing in new followers to the game.
Hakuho, like all other sumo wrestlers, has had to endure the rigors of training and competitions. A recent operation on his right knee was required as a result of these activities.
Last November, he was given a stern tongue-lashing by the Yokozuna Deliberation Council, who threatened to force him to retire if he continued to miss events.
After winning his 45th event in July, the wrestler informed Japanese network NHK that his physical condition was not ideal and that he would be contemplating his career.
Hakuho earned Japanese citizenship in 2019, allowing him to start his own stable of boxers in the future.
He has said that coaching wrestlers would be a way for him to give back to the sport.