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Batmünkh Batbayar

Batomf Batbayar

Batomf Batbayar Post Timeskip

Information
Japanese Name バトムンフ・バトバヤル
Rōmaji Name
Epithet
Shikona Hakurou Shou
Birthday May 10th
Age
Gender Male
Height 181cm
Weight 100kg
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Family
Occupation Sumo Wrestler
High School Student (formerly)
Affiliation Shibakiyama Stable
Tottori Hakurou High School (formerly)
Manga Debut Chapter 63
Voice Actor
Image Gallery
Batmünkh Batbayar is a student from Tottori Hakurou High School and a member of its sumo club.

AppearanceEdit

Batomf Batbayar Full

Batomf's full appearance.

Batmünkh is an a young foreigner from Mongolia. He has dark colored skinned and is quite muscular. He has slanted black eyes and dark blue hair. He wears Tottori Hakurou Sumo Club's typical mawashi belt which is dark blue in color. During the Inter high Preliminary matches, he had a cast on one of his arms and was seen wearing his typical school uniform consisting of a white buttoned shirt and black pants.

PersonalityEdit

Despite being an exchange student, he has an excellent command of Japanese. However, he finds Japanese wrestlers' skills declining, often proclaiming Mongolian wrestler to be better.

He also has a comically short temper, leading him to react angrily in different occasions, acting as a guard dog of sorts for Onimaru and the rest of the stable.

AbilitiesEdit

He is noted to have a diverse set of techniques, mixing Mongolian grappling techniques with more traditional sumo throwing styles. This is because there are no rings, and thus no force-outs in Mongolian wrestling, you can only win by throwing opponents to the ground,meaning he specializes in fighting in close. This made him the first ever foreign high school student to take the only foreigner's spot as a first year. He defended the spot as a second year.

HistoryEdit

SynopsisEdit

TechniquesEdit

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TriviaEdit

  • His blood type is AB
  • He loves horse-riding, and is especially good at riding at full speed.
  • His father is a wrestler as well, reaching the equivalent rank of komusubi in Mongolia.
  • His name's rather complicated to say in Japanese, so everyone simply calls him Bat.

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