The story of the senior champion of Sumo martial arts, the sport of “the soul and the nation” of the country of the rising sun has just treated itself, retired from the martial art which has brought him fame and wealth to say much. things about national spirit, sport and discipline of Japanese people …
Boxer Sumo Harumafuji, a champion of so many prizes that he was conferred the name “Zokozuna”, in Japanese means a senior champion. But only in a moment of impulse, having a glaze in Harumafuji’s main body completely knocked out his career and fame for hitting his juniors with serious injuries.
Nearly two months ago, Harumafuji and his friends were Japanese heavy Sumo fighters at a bar restaurant in Tottori prefecture, where the group of junior martial artists met a group of junior martial artists, including martial artists Takanoiwa. The wine came out, in which the young boxer Takanoiwa had a bad words before the elder … so Harumafuji had a bottle of beer “scooped up” on the face and on Takanoiwa, causing the young boxer to bleed face and shock. love outside, bleeding … The case became notorious throughout Japan because of the reputation of the martial arts sumo with the famous Japanese “serious teacher” and Harumafuji is a big monument.
After I regained consciousness, I was too wrong even my juniors … but the martial arts of Sumo did not allow me to beat my juniors for any reason. So Harumafuji announced to retire from Sumo, the Japanese Sumo President and the “criminals” Harumafuji organized to apologize in front of all of Japan, repenting and bowing his head to dozens of television cameras broadcast live across the country. Japan. Harumafuji himself accepted guilt about himself and only the retirement path could redeem his mistake. And Harumafuji did so.
Following that, the Japanese law enforcement agency continued to investigate the criminal case and prosecuted Harumafuji for many crimes, in addition to the criminal offense of assaulting others, he was still guilty of “blasphemy” of the national sport. National hero of Japan as well as anti-martial arts Sumo.
Does this story of Japanese Sumo make our athletes contemplate?