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Kakuryu Rikisaburo

Highest Rank Komusubi
Real Name ANAND Mangaljalav
Birth Date August 10, 1985
Shusshin Mongolia, Ulan-Bator - Mongolia, Sükhbaatar
Heya Izutsu
Shikona Kakuryu Rikisaburo
Hatsu Dohyo 2001.11
 
Career Record 250-214-4/463 (46 basho)
  In Makuuchi 110-111-4/220 (16 basho), 2 Gino-Sho
   As Komusubi 0-0/0 (1 basho)
   As Maegashira 110-111-4/220 (15 basho), 2 Gino-Sho
  In Juryo 41-34/75 (5 basho)
  In Makushita 32-24/56 (8 basho)
  In Sandanme 38-32/70 (10 basho), 1 Yusho
  In Jonidan 24-11/35 (5 basho)
  In Jonokuchi 5-2/7 (1 basho)
  In Mae-zumo 1 basho

 

 

 

 

Results

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July 2009
Sekiwake Debut - Kakuryu
This is the first sekiwake debut since Goeido was promoted to sumo's third highest rank for last tournament. Kakuryu's promotion marks the 144th sekiwake debut since the end of W. W. II.
This is the first sekiwake debut out of Izutsu Beya since the present oyakata (former sekiwake, Sakahoko) inherited the heya on April 25th, 1994. The last rikishi from Izutsu Beya to earn promotion to sumo's third highest rank was Terao (Shikoroyama Oyakata), promoted for the 1989 March Grand Sumo Tournament.
Kakuryu is the sixth Mongolian to earn promotion to sekiwake and the first since Asasekiryu was promoted to sumo's third highest rank for the 2007 September Grand Sumo Tournament.
Kakuryu is the twelfth foreigner to make his sekiwake debut and the first since Baruto (Estonia) was promoted for the 2008 November Grand Sumo Tournament.
May 2009
Komusubi Debut - Kakuryu
This is the first komusubi debut out of Izutsu Beya since the present oyakata (former sekiwake, Sakahoko) inherited the heya on April 25th 1994. The last rikishi from Izutsu Beya to earn promotion to sumo's fourth highest rank was Terao (Shikoroyama Oyakata), promoted for the 1989 March Grand Sumo Tournament.
Kakuryu is the eighth Mongolian to earn promotion to sumo's fourth highest rank and the first since Tokitenku was promoted to komusubi for the 2007 March Grand Sumo Tournament. He is also the sixteenth foreigner to make his komusubi debut and the first since Baruto (Estonia, now competing as a sekiwake) was promoted for the 2008 September Grand Sumo Tournament.
November 2006

Makuuchi Debut - Kakuryu
This is the second Makuuchi Division debut out of Izutsu Beya since the present oyakata (former sekiwake, Sakahoko) took over the heya on April 25th, 1994 and the first since Akinoshu was promoted to the top division for the 1997 September Grand Sumo Tournament.

Kakuryu is the eighth rikishi from Mongolia to earn promotion to the top, Makuuchi Division following Kyokushuzan, Kyokutenho, Asashoryu, Asasekiryu, Hakuho, Tokitenku and the first since Ama was promoted to the top division for the 2004 November Grand Sumo Tournament.

Kakuryu is the twenty-first foreigner to earn promotion to the top, Makuuchi Division since the end of W.W. II and the first since Baruto (Estonia) was promoted for the 2006 May Grand Sumo Tournament.

Kakuryu is the first rikishi from the professional debut class of November 2001 to make his Makuuchi Division debut.

Kakuryu is making is top, Makuuchi Division debut at West Maegashira #8. He is the first rikishi to make his top division debut at a single digit maegashira rank since Kitazakura first appeared in the Makuuchi Division ranked at West Maegashira #9 in the 2001 July Grand Sumo Tournament.