Source: @HakuhoSho69 Champion Sumo Wrestler Giving His Best To Produce A Line Of Big Palm Signatures 2016-03-10 Thu 2016-03-10 Thu It’s common for celebrities to sign their signatures through handwriting, but not for Japanese sumo wrestlers. They have their own style to serve their truthful fans, using their own basket size bare hands stamp, slapping through thousands of cards again and again. The big star is surrounded with assistant sumo wrestlers, helping him by feeding and catching each palm signed signatures. @HakuhoSho69 Having attained the title Yokozuna, the highest possible rank in the sumo world is Hakuho Sho, who owns a large fanbase than most other wrestlers. In return, he needs to make an extra-large batch of tegata (Hand-shape signature) for the upcoming March Tournament on Sunday in Osaka. 今日は1500枚😅Өнөөдөр 1500г дарлаа гэж pic.twitter.com/gQgUnP61Ob— 白鵬 翔 M.Davaajargal (@HakuhoSho69) 2016, 3月 7 The Mongolian-born Yokozuna had a total of 1500 tegata to get through. As you may tell from his Twitter, he is already getting used to the high-pace work environment. We wish him great luck on his next ring match. By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:@HakuhoSho69 Tags: Sumo grape Japan Culture Champion Sumo Wrestler Giving His Best To Produce A Line Of Big Palm Signatures Related Article Let’s All Take A Moment And Appreciate How Sumo Wrestlers Sign Autographs Sumo Wrestler Performs Ring Entrance Ceremony While Skydiving From 4,000 Meters (With A Referee) Your Daily Dose Of Sumo Wrestlers, Derby Horses, And Street Fighter Characters In One Game Sumo Wrestler Eats Brutal Knockout And Goes Straight To Dream Street After A 10-Year Gap, We Finally Have A Japanese Sumo Champion WTF? This Sumo Wrestler Decided To Post Some Photos On His Blog. Is He Wearing Anything??