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by The_Harvest Wed Apr 30, 2014 2:52 am
No one is a threat to Riner nowadays. The +100 level has been pretty disappointed since Riner's emergence. Even Yamashita's and Douillet's had worthy rivals. I believe that Riner might do a "Yamashita" and retire undefeated (since his last loss).
About Takeshi Ojitani: I remember him being one of the two judokas (the other being Riner) to have won the +100 Junior World championship category twice in a row. He is only 21 years old but I don't see him or any other Japanese fighter being a challenger to Riner's supremacy.
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