sumo wrestling Traditional and popular sport of Japan. Pairs of wrestlers, who usually weigh more than 160kg (350lb), attempt to force each other out of a ring. The technique employs holds, trips, pushes, and falls. A referee monitors the brief bout and keeps score.
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