Japan: Sumo wrestling champion Hakuho to retire

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Japanese media is reporting that sumo wrestling’s greatest champion is set to retire.

Hakuho, 36, leaves the ring with a record number of wins, all the more impressive considering he started as an outsider.

Al Jazeera’s Dorsa Jabbari has more on the story of the most decorated wrestler in sumo history.

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