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  1. Jul 4, 2020 · He is the king of all of professional eating as he holds more competitive eating records than any other competitor in history, according to his site. Here is a list of all of Chestnut’s records, according to Major League Eating. There are a lot. 182 chicken wings in 30 minutes 75 hot dogs in 10 minutes 45 pulled pork sandwiches in 10 minutes

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  2. Here are some of the foods that Joey Chestnut holds world records for: Nathan's hot dogs: 76 dogs and buns in 10 minutes. Hard-boiled eggs: 141 in 8 minutes. Glazed donuts: 55 in 8 minutes. Pulled pork sandwiches: 45 in 10 minutes. Taco Bell soft shell beef tacos: 53 in 10 minutes Chicken wings (long form): 182 in 30 minutes.

  3. Chestnut set two new world records in 2008. On February 1, he ate 241 wings in 30 minutes at the Wing Bowl XVI in Philadelphia. [17] This record was broken by Takeru Kobayashi at the Wing Bowl XX in 2011 with 337 wings. On March 2, 2008, he ate 78 matzo balls during Kenny & Ziggy's World Matzoh Ball Eating Championship in Houston, Texas. [18]

    • Joey Chestnut
    • "Jaws"
    • Professional competitive eater with Major League Eating, Construction engineer
    • San Jose State University
  4. Jul 4, 2022 · Before the switch to 10 minutes, Chestnut held the world record in the 12-minute format with his 2007 total of 66 hot dogs and buns. He then set a mark that stood for some time in 2009 when he...

  5. Joey Chestnut is the world’s greatest eater. This is not an opinion but a statement of fact. He holds more competitive eating records than any other athlete in history, by a wide margin. However, despite his total domination, Joey didn’t find competitive eating… it found him.

  6. Jul 4, 2022 · Since then, Chestnut has cemented his status as the best competitive eater of all time. He has his record up to 76 hot dogs in 10 minutes, set in 2021 after eating 75 in 2020. Can Chestnut...

  7. Jul 4, 2022 · Joey Chestnut is coming back to defend his crown at the 2022 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest. Well, it’s the crown that he’s had for the past six years — he was last defeated in 2015, when Matt...

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