Well, the 2010 Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest was held at Coney Island in New York. Once again, Joey Chestnut retained his title by consuming 54 hot dogs in ten minutes. It is a fun tradition to start off the 4th of July.
I saw it on TV just now. I'd be surprised if those guys make 50 at the rate they're going.
It is a feat to say the least. I published a hub earlier in the day on it and said, I do not know if Adam Richman of Man V. Food could compete in this contest.
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