Japan Sumo Association chairman Hanaregoma (R) bows his head before Japanese vice education and sport minister Kan Suzuki (L) at the education ministry in Tokyo on February 3, 2011. At least three ... more 
Japan Sumo Association chairman Hanaregoma (R) bows his head before Japanese vice education and sport minister Kan Suzuki (L) at the education ministry in Tokyo on February 3, 2011. At least three serving sumo fighters have for the first time admitted fixing bouts, condemning an "act of betrayal" of an ancient sport that is now synonymous with scandal. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS (Photo credit should read JIJI PRESS/AFP/Getty Images) less 
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