Mitakeumi moves back into sole possession of the lead to set up showdown with the grand champion.
The Dewanoumi stable wrestler has a one-win lead over Terunofuji at the midway point.
The No. 3 maegashira knocks the lone grand champion out of the lead with a huge upset.
The Mongolian-born grappler was pushed to the brink by upset-minded Daieisho.
But as history has shown, unexpected challengers can emerge at any time, especially with several outstanding wrestlers coming up the ranks.
The lone yokozuna won his second straight tournament at the sport's highest rank.
The Mongolian grand champion won his second straight title at the sport's highest rank.
Takakeisho remains tied for the lead with Terunofuji, who coasted to an easy win over Endo.
The Mongolian grappler is eager to prove he is a dominant force to be reckoned with as a lone yokozuna.
Despite the loss, Terunofuji almost certain to be promoted to sumo's highest rank.
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