The Sumo Fitness Club

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The Sumo Fitness Club

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General Information
Country Flag-Japan.jpg Japan
Abbreviation SFC
Forum Forum link
Colors Blue & White
Founded January 2010
Dissolved 21st March 2010
Congress Occupancy 0 /0 seats, 0%
Succeeds Tequila Fitness Club
Succeeded By Scorpion Clan
Orientation Center
Ideology Libertarian


The Sumo Fitness club was a political party based on Balance and the protection of Icon-Japan.png Japan. They didn’t believe that one-sided way of thinking can always be right. It was a party for the freethinking warriors and citizens of Japan. The Sumo identity symbolizes party goals to be a stable and balanced party in Japan.

It would later be known as the Scorpion Clan, however, it had 43 members at the last count of its membership levels.

Party Mascot

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Edmond Honda is the party mascot. He is a professional sumo wrestler, and his shikona for sumo is mentioned as "Fujinoyama."

He wears his black hair in a chonmage and wears only a blue and red mawashi.

His face is painted in the kumadori style of makeup used in kabuki. Honda's signature move is the Hyaku Retsu Harite (lit., "Hundred Violent Sumo Hands"; commonly referred to as the Hundred Hand Slap). He is one of the original eight playable characters in Street Fighter II, representing Japan alongside Ryu.


  • Party members are free thinkers who look at every situation as being unique. Party stand for freedom of speech and didn’t believe anything is off topic in a discussion. Party didn't make anything a taboo topic and was always open for all suggestions which could improve Japan.
  • The Sumo Fitness Club was for a strong military force for the protection of Japan. That is why the party had its own Military unit called the Makuuchi Warriors. It was a military unit which consisted of SFC party members. This was a Military unit just like the JIA, only it's funded by contributions from party members and mainly focused on self-defense.
  • The Sumo Fitness Club wanted a neutral and balanced global foreign policy. They didn't believe there is any side in the world at the time which could have been seen as the “Good/Right” side. Party supported a regional foreign policy in which close relations are to be kept with Japan's Asian neighbours.
  • Helping Japan work better and more efficient. Party wanted to do this by helping new players in its mentor program by learning them the in and out-game mechanics. This was to get a higher percentage of people active from those that join this game.

Party leadership