2014 US Sumo Open Long Beach, CA 9/20/14 gold medal
2014 All Star Sumo Syracuse, NY 7/19/14 silver medal
2013 Sport Accord Combat Games St. Petersburg, Russia 10/18/13 gold medal
2013 US Sumo Open Los Angeles, CA 9/15/13 gold medals
2012 US Sumo Open Los Angeles, CA 9/22/12 gold medals
2011 Idaho Sumo Classic Idaho Falls, ID 11/5/11 gold medals
2011 US Sumo Open Las Vegas, NV 6/25/11 gold medals
2010 World Sumo Championships Warsaw, Poland 10/17/10 bronze medal
2010 Sport Accord Combat Games Beijing, China 8/28-29/10 bronze medal
2010 US Sumo Open Anaheim, CA 8/22/10 gold medals
2010 Sumo in Sin City Las Vegas, NV 5/21/10 gold medal
2009 US Sumo Open Los Angeles, CA 9/26/09 gold medals
2009 World Games Kaohsiung, Taiwan 7/17-18/09 gold medal
2009 Bulgaria Open Sofia, Bulgaria 5/22/09 gold medal
2008 Snake River Sumo Rigby, Idaho 12/13/08 gold medals
2008 Moscow Open Moscow, Russia 11/8/08 bronze medal
2008 World Sumo Championships Rakvere, Estonia 10/13/08 bronze medal
2008 Berlin Sumo Berlin, German 4/20/08 gold medals
2008 Hanover Sumo Hanover, German 4/12/08 gold medals
2008 US Sumo Open Los Angeles, CA 9/6/08 gold medal
2007 World Sumo Championships Chiang Mai, Thailand 11/18/07 gold medal
2007 Tsunami Santa Barbara, CA 11/10/07 gold medal
2007 Milano Sumo Open Milano, Italy 6/1/07 gold medal
2007 US Sumo Open Los Angeles, CA 4/7/07 gold medals
2006 World Sumo Championships Osaka, Japan 10/16/06 gold medal

Many additional national and international sumo titles, plus numerous championship titles in Mongolian wrestling, Korean wrestling, and more.


Byambajav Ulambayar

1984, Mongolian-born
6'1", 360 lbs
4-time World Sumo Champion
5 years Pro Sumo Experience

Mongolian-born Byambajav Ulambayar competed in sports since he was a child. By age 15, “Byamba” had captured national junior champion titles in judo, sambo, and Mongolian wrestling (the national sport).

At that time, the retired Japanese Grand Champion, Onokuni, visited Mongolia, and held tryouts across the country, scouting for a protege. After testing dozens of young men, he invited only one – Byamba – to join his professional sumo team in Japan... More