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May 18, 1992 | Franz Lidz
KONISHIKI, THE QUARTER-TON SUMO WRESTLER FROM HAWAII, HAS SET OFF AN EXPLOSION OF NEW INTEREST—AND CONTROVERSY—IN THE HIDEBOUND NATIONAL SPORT OF JAPAN
February 11, 1985 | Michael Shapiro
Who goes by the nicknames Meat Bomb and Earthquake, weighs 491 pounds and has chauvinistic Japanese quaking in their geta? A 21-year-old Hawaiian named Salevaa Atisnoe, that's who. Never before has a foreigner...
September 17, 1973 | Kenny Moore
Sumo is a medieval backwater of sport, and throughout the 2,000 years since its founding it has resisted penetration by foreigners. Enter Jesse Kuhaulua (his ring name is Takamiyama), a 360-pound Hawaiian, the first...