The annual Nathan's Hot Dog Eating contest, a Fourth of July viewing staple for some, is back for its 102nd installment. Get all the details here! Morgan made it to the end of the competition, but the LSU graduate's final tally was unclear as media outlets nationwide focused on Chestnut's record-setting performance.
"In ten minutes, the world's top competitive eaters get to try to consume as many hot dogs as possible".
A judge counts the plates of hot dogs Joey Chestnut, left, at the end of the men's competition.
Both Chestnut and Sudo walked away in first place past year as well.
The Fourth of July event, considered by some to be the Super Bowl of competitive eating, also featured 74-year-old Rich "The Locust" LeFevre - the oldest competitor in the contest's 101-year history. In fact, some fans bet as much as a $1 million on his win, according to USA Today. For starters, while a hot dog and its bun have to be eaten, they don't have to be eaten together.
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Joey Chestnut is going have to make room on his mantle after winning his 11th title at the Nathan's Famous hot dog eating contest Wednesday afternoon in Coney Island. Last year, he almost equaled that mark with 72 dogs.
Since that victory, Chestnut has won 10 of the 11 Nathan's events. Now, it's safe to say these two won't be craving hot dogs anytime soon. Happy 4th of July!
However, Sudo displayed her prowess by eating 41 hot dogs and buns a year ago, and remains a heavy -550 favorite against the field to successfully defend her title Wednesday afternoon.
A man covers his ears from noise as people attend the annual Nathan's Famous hot dog eating contest on July 4, 2018, in the Coney Island neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Carmen Cincotti came in second but wasn't close to stealing the mustard belt from Chestnut, who is ranked No. 1 in the world by the Major League Eating.