Hakuhō Shō

Series of elevation drawings of Hakuhō Shō in sumo positions measured with overall height

Mongolia's Hakuhō Shō has proven that sumo wrestling is not only a sport for the Japanese, but anyone can thrive in it. Born Mönkhbatyn Davaajargal, the professional sumo wrestler has achieved top ranks of the makuuchi division and yokozuna. His achievements include having the second-longest winning streak after registering most wins and breaking records in 2009 and registering similar achievements in 2010. He is a record holder in the list of undefeated tournament champions, standing at fifteen. He has also won thirty-three top division championships, breaking Taihō's long-standing record, and becoming a record holder for most wins and career wins in the top division. Hakuhō is also the longest-serving yokozuna in sumo wrestling history.

Outline silhouette drawings of Hakuhō Shō in assorted sumo poses

Hakuhō Shō has a height of 6’4” (1.93 m) and wrestles at a weight of 333 lb (151 kg).

How tall is Hakuhō Shō?
Hakuhō Shō is 6 foot 4 inches (1.93 m) tall.

Details

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Height:
6’4” | 1.93 m
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Weight:
333 lb | 151 kg

Nationality: Mongolia

Years Active: 2001—

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Birthday:
March 11, 1985

Properties

Drawings include:
Hakuhō Shō standing, stance, wrestling

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Sumo is a type of combative sport, where two individuals attempt to throw the opposing player onto the ground or outside of the rounded boundary. Invented and practiced in Japan, the sport is typically preformed by sumo wrestlers who are heavier set in weight and thereby stronger in force.

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