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Terutsuyoshi Shoki was born on 17 January, 1995 in Hyogo, Japan, is a Japanese sumo wrestler. At 25 years old, Terutsuyoshi Shoki height is 5 ft 7 in (170.2 cm).

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Terutsuyoshi Shoki Age 27 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 17 January 1995
Birthday 17 January
Birthplace Hyogo, Japan
Nationality Japan

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Weight 265 lbs
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Terutsuyoshi Shoki Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Terutsuyoshi Shoki worth at the age of 27 years old? Terutsuyoshi Shoki’s income source is mostly from being a successful Wrestler. He is from Japan. We have estimated Terutsuyoshi Shoki's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Like with his other division debuts Terutsuyoshi would struggle, getting two back to back 6-9 records. He was somewhat fortunate to remain in the top division for the July 2019 tournament, but at the bottom maegashira 16 spot in July 2019 he would produce his first top division winning record. He would start out with five straight wins before losing on day six to veteran Sadanoumi. He would then go on another winning streak from day nine to day thirteen. On Day fourteen being a part of the leading group he was given a bout against maegashira 1 Hokutofuji, the only opponent he would face above maegashira 7, which he would lose giving him his third loss. On the final day he would face fellow 11-3 record holder Tomokaze who he would then beat by oshidashi giving him a final record of 12-3. After yokozuna Hakuhō's loss to tournament winner Kakuryū, Terutsuyoshi shared runner-up honours with Hakuhō. He was also awarded the Fighting Spirit prize. Speaking to reporters after his final match he said, ""I wasn't really thinking about winning the championship, I just thought I should put everything into my sumo."


Despite his small size, Terutsuyoshi prefers a direct attacking style, moving forward rather than attempting to sidestep or pull down his opponents. Terutsuyoshi is unusual in that he prefers a maemitsu grip on his opponent's mawashi or belt – grabbing the front part directly below the stomach area. He is also fond of nage (throwing) techniques and has been known to pull off seldom seen techniques such as nekodamashi. However, most of his wins are by frontal push out or force out. His most common winning kimarite is oshidashi closely followed by yorikiri and shitatenage.


He would make his debut in March 2010 along with the likes of Kagayaki and Takanosho. He initially failed his physical exam as he was merely 167cm tall and weighed 89kg, but would pass after taking the secondary physical exam. He was given the ring name Terutsuyoshi meaning "a strong light" by his stablemaster, wishing for him to be a bright light of hope to the survivors of the Kobe earthquake. Despite his small size he would make quick work of the two lowest jonokuchi and jonidan divisions. He would hit his first snag in the sandanme division posting his first make-koshi or losing record. He would spend a year here going back and forth with winning and losing records before making his makushita debut in March 2012. He initially struggled and bounced between sandanme and makushita for a year before becoming a third division mainstay. He would remain this way for three years from January 2013 until November 2016, when a 7-0 yūshō or tournament championship at makushita 9 earned him automatic promotion to the jūryō division and sekitori status. Making his jūryō debut in January 2017, he would initially struggle, managing just two winning records after a year in jūryō, before a disastrous 4-11 record at jūryō 9 would send him back down to makushita. In January 2018 at makushita 1 he would score 4-3 and manage immediate repromotion back up to jūryō. His second stint in jūryō was far better than his first. After just one make-koshi, on the back of four straight winning records he would get a 8-7 score at Jūryō 1 gaining him promotion the top makuuchi division.


Terutsuyoshi Shōki (Japanese: 照強 翔輝 , born January 17, 1995 as Shōki Fukuoka (福岡 翔輝 ) ) is a Japanese professional sumo wrestler from Hyōgo Prefecture. He made his debut in March 2010, and wrestles for Isegahama stable. He reached the top makuuchi division in March 2019 and has a special prize for Fighting Spirit. His highest rank has been Maegashira 7.