I wonder if Parekura could beat him


I wonder if he could beat Parekura in a pie eating competition?

Every year at Nathan’s Famous in Coney Island, competitive eaters race to see who can down the most hot dogs and buns in ten minutes. Tens of thousands of fans gather to watch the event live and ESPN broadcasts it on its network.

This year, reigning champion Joey Chestnut won his sixth straight Mustard Belt, downing 68 hot dogs and buns. Chestnut has won every contest at Nathan’s since 2007 and in 2009 set the world record with 68 hot dogs.

He tells the AP that he was trying to break his world record but a bad minute halfway into the competition ruined his shot. “I’m a little bummed out that I didn’t get to 70,” he said.


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  • brian.smaller

    Huge fat bastards like Parekura don’t make the best eating champs. That little Japanese woman who weighted abotu 45kg was a world champion – she regularly beat men three times her size.

  • le sphincter

    Nasty ?
    What country has ‘competitive eaters’ again ?

    • brian.smaller

       US and Japan for starters. There are others. I saw a docu on some of these people. They have trained themselves to be able to eat that amount. If an average person ate what they do they would probably kark it.

  • Meg

    Ahhh the western world, culture at its highest.

    • Pukakidon

       Japan in the west now Meg it wasn’t when last I looked

  • Bunswalla

    Sorry, did you mean “I wonder if Parekura could eat him”? Probably, but not at one sitting.