People think that sumo wrestling hurts.
You do get pushed and slapped by your opponent but otherwise it's not too painful.
Non-Japanese people can be as good as the people from Japan.
It's more of a tradition there, and wrestlers eat six meals of stew meat and vegetables every day.
It's one of my ambitions to go to Japan.
Hopefully the more I train and the better I'll become and I can enter in Japanese competitions.
I chose sumo as my sport because I'm not that good at football and cricket - and I'm big for my age."
Connor, 14, Derby
Don't forget to watch Newsround Extra on Wednesday 26 February at 5.20pm on BBC One - it's all about sumo wrestling!
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