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what move is more effective: Yokozuna Bonzai Drop OR Rikishi's move where he jumps up and sits on
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Old 17 Jun 2014, 03:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default what move is more effective: Yokozuna Bonzai Drop OR Rikishi's move where he jumps up and sits on

you? BQ. What is the Rikishi move described above called?
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Yokozuna Bonzai just because Yokozuna was a lot heavier than Rikishi?































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