Byamba will appear Monday on the hit ABC show, The Bachelorette! Check it out.
He and his giant friend Yama appear throughout One Direction's new music video "Steal My Girl"! Video
Byamba was a model on the Game Show Network's "Skin Wars" -- His artist made a pretty unique creation!
Byambajav Ulambayar won his 4th World Sumo Champion title at the World Combat Games in St. Petersburg, Russia, on October 18! In this elite competition, he was dominant, going undefeated, and upstaging the other medallists, who were all huge Russians, with local crowd support.
Byamba is featured in a special collector's line of TOPPS trading cards as the representative for sumo!
Check out Byamba, featured on the hit show Impractical Jokers -- TruTV Watch
Byamba won the US Sumo Open for the 8th year in a row, and ESPN SportsNation had him live in studio, two days later, to celebrate his victory, and let him show some moves! Video
Vice followed the World Champion's training, cooking, and eating, to show what it takes to be King. Video
His world class training brought in 20 eager sumo wrestlers from all over the country, and from Canada, to learn from the best! More
The Epic "Sumo Slam", Byamba vs. Kelly, from the 2013 US Sumo Open, was heard around the world, with tens of millions of views on international TV shows and online. ESPN chose this match as one of "Top 10 of the Month" for September, 2013!
The famous Grantland Channel (ESPN affiliated) features Byamba dominating on the national Sumo+Sushi tour. Byamba performed nearly 100 live shows in about 15 cities, against a variety of other elite sumo wrestlers, with an overall winning percentage of close to 90%! Video
The opera “Semele” opens at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the stage will hold some extra weight: two sumo wrestlers, totaling 700 pounds, and a 17-ton, 450-year-old temple. More
Check out Byamba's dynamic sumo matches! More
Byamba appeared on several TV shows in 2014, including "Esta en Guerra" (Spanish TV), "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" (CW), special coverage on the US Sumo Open broadcasts (Universal Sports), and more!
Byamba entertained guests, and taught sumo to the young ladies, as he answered questions just days before his dominant US Sumo Open victories.
The 3-time World Sumo Champion shares why he moved to Los Angeles, and how he lives here today, while still practicing sumo. Byamba talks about his background in Mongolia and Japan, and his future dreams for his life in Los Angeles. More