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Competitive eater Joey Chestnut gobbles record 9.35 lbs of turkey

For some Joey Chestnut, American fast-food eating (like he eats his food fast) champion is a competitive person practicing his discipline in the manner of a Peyton Manning or LeBron James. For others he's a pig, in the manner of, well, a pig.

120-pound Mom eats 363 chicken wings in 30 minutes, sets record

Molly Schuyler is a 120 lb. mother of four from Omaha with a big appetite. Schuyler, a world record holder for eating a 72-ounce steak in under three minutes, set her second world record at the "Wing Bowl 22" eating competition in Philadelphia Friday.

Competitive eating: Man eats $5,000 worth of caviar in 86 seconds

Moscow - A restaurant in Moscow held its first caviar eating contest and the winner managed to eat $5,000 of the delicacy in about a minute and a half.

Competitive Eaters Face Increased Risk of Chronic Disease

24 hot dogs? A 120 jalapenoes? It's astonishing sometimes how much competitive eaters can eat. An occassional bout of competitive eating is OK, but professional eaters face an increased risk of diseases lie heart disease, obesity, and diabetes.

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Joey Chestnut  also known as Joe Jaws  is the world s best competitive eater.  Or biggest pig?
Joey Chestnut, also known as Joe Jaws, is the world's best competitive eater. Or biggest pig?
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