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    If you haven't congratulated Japan yet, then do so now! After nineteen years,  Yutaka Hagiwara,  known to some by his sumo wrestling name - Kisenosato, took home his first championship late last month .   The thirty year old weighs 178 kilograms (1 kilogram equals to 2.205 pounds) and stands at 1.88 meters tall.   Though the sport of sumo wrestling originated in Japan. The country hasn't seen a sumo grand champion since the late, Yokozuna, who found both great success in sumo and entertainment wrestling.   178 KILOGRAMS!?! Omgossipers what do you think --  WOULD YOU CASH HIM OUSSIDE? 

If you haven't congratulated Japan yet, then do so now! After nineteen years,  Yutaka Hagiwara,  known to some by his sumo wrestling name - Kisenosato, took home his first championship late last month . 

The thirty year old weighs 178 kilograms (1 kilogram equals to 2.205 pounds) and stands at 1.88 meters tall. 

Though the sport of sumo wrestling originated in Japan. The country hasn't seen a sumo grand champion since the late, Yokozuna, who found both great success in sumo and entertainment wrestling. 

178 KILOGRAMS!?! Omgossipers what do you think --  WOULD YOU CASH HIM OUSSIDE?