Life after sumo: retired wrestlers fight for new careers

When Japanese sumo wrestler Takuya Saito retired from the sport at 32 and began jobhunting, he had no professional experience and didn't even know how to use a computer. Athletes in many sports can struggle to reinvent themself after retirement, but the challenge is particularly acute for those in the ancient world of sumo.

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