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Overall, i give this anime an 8 out of 10. this anime is one of the few i've actually watched, and it's not that bad, it might be that, as a amateur sumo wrestler myself, i'm a bit biased, but a few years ago, i binge-watched this anime in one night, and from what i remember, it wasn't that bad. sure, it has the trope of the main character never losing, which i hate, but they put it into a good storyline, in an anime like pokemon, that's unrealistic, but for this, it's very possible. as they mention alot in aah harimanada, the main character, Harimanada, is trying to break the record of great yokozuna Futabayama's 69 straight wins, which 2 people, Hakuho and Chiyonofuji, have come very close too in real life. there was even an emotional scene, at least for me. i don't really remember if Harimanada breaks the record, but i'm pretty sure he does. great story and one of the few i can get into. if you understand sumo even a bit, and like a fighting anime, i would definently watch this.