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Sumo wrestling vs. WWE wrestling, who wins? If bout is governed by Sumo rules? By WWE rules? Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago
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    My answer would be it depends. Sumo wrestling and WWE wrestling are very different, and the rules are divergently opposite from the esoteric and the exotic. Well, if you fight an ordinary sumo wrestler with an ordinary WWE wrestler by sumo rules, definitely the sumo wrestler wins because he knows the rules and the techniques of making a kimarite or winning move in the dohyo or ring, while the WWE wrestler would be befuddled by the rules and could easily be eliminated. (A case in point, while supposedly a "fix fight" would be the bout of the great yokozuna Akebono vs. Big Show! In a real wrestling match, Akebono would still defeat the Big Show, under sumo rules!). Under the WWE wrestling rules (if any) the sumo wrestler still has the fighting chance of winning the bout because of his intense training and discipline of sumo, although the WWE wrestler could conceivably wrestle him to the ground and win by some submission techniques. So, I would say, it could be an even match-up, although some odds could be with the WWE wrestler to win the fight.

    Under sumo rules, sumo wrestlers would predictably win, taking all odds in consideration.

    Under WWE rules, fight could be even, with WWE wrestler having a slight edge to win.

    But it still depends on the wrestlers fighting. Supposing you let the recently retired Asashoryu, a very talented yokozuna, fight against Randy Orton, in sumo rules, and I would bet all my dollars to the yokozuna, with apologies to Randy who is also my favorite. Or under sumo rules, you let Baruto, the ozeki, fight Big Show, then the gentle giant Baruto would easily defeat him, with apologies to Big Show who is also my favorite. Under WWE rules, Asashoryu and Baruto could give Randy and Big Show a big fight of their lives.

    Big question and good answers. Good luck to you.

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  • 10 years ago

    It depends on who is wrestling and what rules! If a sumo wrestler under Sumo rules fights a WWE wrestler, the sumo wrestler wins about 95% of the time, depending on the rank of the sumo wrestler and the quality of his opponent.

    Under WWE rules, it's about 60/40 for the WWE wrestler to win against a sumo wrestler.

    No rules, no holds barred, condition. It's a circus and a riot. But I will be betting on a sumo wrestler to win. Cheers!

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    Sumo wrestlers should win either way. Most Sumo wrestlers weigh over 500 pounds, and having a 250-300 pound wrestler beat someone nearly two times their weight is not believable. If Big Show couldn't beat Akebono, then no one else has a realistic chance.

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    Under Sumo rules, the sumo wrestler wins all the time.

    Under WWE rules, the sumo wrestler wins about 80% of the time.

    In a no holds-barred match, the sumo wrestler wins 55 percent, or the odds in his favor.

    Domo arigato.

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    wwe wrestlers would win,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    if the wrestling is conducted by sumo rules[sumo style] ,,,,,sumo wrestlers would win ,,,,,

    in a normal free for all [no rules] ,,,wwe wrestlers would win,,,

    just my opinion

    goodluck buddy

  • 4 years ago

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  • Andrew
    Lv 6
    10 years ago

    WWE wrestlers would win, they are stronger than them and they have more balance

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